- 2 eggs
- 1/4 onion
- hand full of green onion
- 1/3-1/2 lb chicken breast
- Mixture of fish and soy sauce, and sugar
- 1 cup sticky rice or regular rice
And here’s a little story behind this dish!
Today at FEEST, we made a Japanese dish called “Oyakodon”. In Japanese, Oya means parent, and ko, means child. Don represents donburi, which is used to describe any dish that has rice with other ingredients on top. Oyakodon is made using chicken, eggs, and onions placed on top of rice with a sauce that’s preparation can vary. The chicken and eggs are the reason the dish is poetically named “Parent and child donburi”.