I have always been a big fan of Japanese food. There is so much variety that somehow, I will not get sick of eating. The only thing holding me back from eating it everyday is of course, the COST! Its so expensive to eat in Japanese restaurants. The usual one I would go to is within walking distance from my house which has a lunch promotion for only $10 which includes a main dish, a side, and a dessert.
Even the non-promotional items are cheaper than regular restaurants. So that's where I go to for my Japanese food cravings.
Anyway, I bought unagi (grilled eel) from Giant hypermart as it was on offer.
So because of that, I decided to try a dish which is sold in Japanese restaurants in Singapore. If you have difficulty in finding grilled eel, you can substitute it with salmon (cut into cubes).
- Grilled Eel (small pieces)
- Yellow Onion
- Unagi/Teriyaki Sweet Sauce - Available in supermarkets in the Japanese section
- Seaweed and Spring Onions for garnish
1) Add oil to the pan. I used my happy call pan for the grill effect. But of course, any frying pan will do. Throw in the onions.
2) Toss it and add a bit of the unagi sauce to the onions to sweeten and caramelised it up.
3) Then throw in the eel and toss it. Add more sauce if you like it.
4) Finally, throw in the beaten eggs to let it cover all the eel and onions. I do not like my eggs to be overcooked but slightly mushy. It's nicer.
5) Remove from pan neatly and garnish with spring onions and seaweed (I used my ready cut up seaweed from a packet)
This dish is great with rice! You can actually place this on top of the rice. You can also make miso soup to go with this meal.