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I cooked this as a side dish; thus did not include neither mushroom, asparagus nor chicken. It still came out delicious! It's healthier and a great substitute for fried rice. Served it with grilled salmon and steamed beans. Thank you for sharing!

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Unsubscribe Me Now September 05, 2012

There is a Japanese restaurant here that we frequent for this dish, and this recipe is nearly similar in taste. Because they serve theirs in individual earthern ware bowls, the rice is crispy around the edges, sort of burnt on purpose. Not having these bowls, what I tried doing was to add 1 cup of dashi ( used that instead of stock ) to the rice, moved the cooked rice to a claypot and cooked in over low heat for about 20 more minutes so I can somewhat get that crispy rice effect. Also, instead of chicken, this time we used store bought grilled teriyaki eel. This is a precious find for I had been searching for this one for the longest time, and I am so grateful to littleturtle for this post.

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Ilovemy4kids April 26, 2008

This was good and DD1 liked it. I didn't have any mushrooms or rice wine so I left them out, and used chicken breasts instead of thighs. I think I'll add more broth next time and maybe a drop or two of sesame oil.

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Zewbiedoo January 15, 2008
Chicken Kamameshi (Tori Kamameshi)