3 Reviews

We loved this dish. I made it with brown rice and leftover cooked turkey breast so I had to adjust the cooking time a bit. It was very easy to put together and quick to cook. The kids declared it yummy! I sprinkled mine with white pepper, which I really liked. Thanks for this easy on the pocketbook recipe that was tasty and healthy.

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dawnie2u July 10, 2007

This is a wonderful dish! I've never had Oyako Domburi before so can not judge this based on authenticity but it has all of the flavors that I expected from Japanese food and tasted great. I did not add the salt as the soy sauce was salty enough for us. It was very quick to prepare so made a nice evening dish. Great recipe Heydarl - thanks!

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Acerast July 09, 2007

This was really wonderful! This is the best oyako domburi recipe I have tried at home. I think next time I make it, though, I might cut down on the onions. The broth was perfect though, and the directions were easy to follow. I did use low-sodium soy sauce and cut back on the salt, because of one of my guests dietary restrictions, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly, using chicken thighs. I will say that this is a LOT of food! Very filling and nicely frugal (if you already have soy and mirin).

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CraftScout July 03, 2007
Parent and Child Domburi (Oyako Domburi)