RICE BURGER with Shabu shabu(pork) and fried egg
Cooking time Approximately４０minutes Level ☆☆☆★★
240ｇ Cooked Rice
300ｇ pork for Japanese Shabu shabu( Hot pot)
５Large spoon of Lemon juice
５Large spoon of Ponzu soy Sause with citrus juice
Salt Moderate amount
Pepper Moderate amount
Ajinomoto Moderate amount
How to make
- Cook the rice with the rice cooker and wait and cool down the boiled rice.
- Put the right amount of rice into the pan, and stir fry the rice with 3 large spoonful of salad oil, until it turns brown.
- Make two rice buns.
- Blanch the pork gently through boiled water, and cool them down before it turns hard. Dip the pork into ５Large spoon of Lemon juice and ５Large spoon of Ponzu soy Sause with citrus juice.
- Put the egg into the pan to make fried eggs.
- Put the pork and fried egg on the rice buns.
- Adjust the taste with salt pepper and Ajinomoto.
Point in check
The pan was smaller than I thought. Make sure the frying pan is hot enough so that the boiled rice does not stick to it. The fried egg is also made with the pan, but it is not a problem if the white part of the egg comes out of the pan. Make sure to take out the pork before it becomes hard. The basic flavor is Lemon juice and soy sauce. It is important to make the rice buns properly. The color of the buns should be brown or golden brown, and make sure not to overcook. Use the right amount of oil, and bake them for the right amount of time.
Later, I knew there was a specific machine to make buns for the rice burger. It took some time to make the rice buns on my own. It was hard to make sure not to over cook or use too much oil or adjust the heat. It was a lot harder than I thought making rice buns. I took the pork out before it becomes hard, and dip them into Lemon and soy sauce for a while. To make sure the rice does not become too hard, I purposefully left the rice after I took them out of the rice cooker. The taste of the burger was Lemon, Soy sauce, and fried egg. I very simple taste.
The pan used is available here.