Japanese Curry recipe

Claudia Concas

Japanese Curry

Are you looking for a delicious, savoury recipe to try out? Discover this tasty Japanese curry recipe by Fine Dining Lovers - a sweet and spicy treat.

 

09 December, 2021
Average: 3 (3 votes)

serves for

4

ingredients

Sushi rice
160 g
Chicken
400 g
Floury potatoes
2
Carrots
2
Onion
2
Extra virgin olive oil
Curry
2 tsp
Chives
Sesame
black
For the Curry Sauce:
All purpose flour
50 g
Butter
50 g
Curry
1 tsp

To Prepare

A delicious dish that warms up the cold winter days, Japanese curry is prepared with chicken or beef, but you can also try it in its vegetarian version. The secret? The creaminess and its umami flavour that you can get with curry cubes or with the preparation of a spicy roux. To accompany white rice, Japanese curry can be made more or less spicy according to taste. Here is the recipe.

Step 01

Japanese curry recipe

Wash the rice well and when the water is clear, put it in a pan. Cover with 200 ml of water and cover with a lid.

When the water reaches boiling point, lower the heat to low and cook until the rice has absorbed all the water. Then strain it and set it aside.

Step 02

Japanese Curry recipe

Cut the meat into small pieces. Peel the potatoes and cut them to the same size.

Step 03

Japanese Curry Recipe

Peel the carrot and cut it into slices.

Step 04

Japanese curry recipe

Peel the onion and cut it into slices, then brown it in a pan with a drizzle of oil.

Step 05

Japanese Curry

Add the meat and brown it well, then cover with water and add the vegetables and curry. Cook for about 30 minutes with the lid on.

Step 06

Japanese Curry

Meanwhile, prepare the curry roux by melting the butter in a pan. Add the flour and curry, mix well, and when you have obtained a sticky mixture that will detach from the sides of the pot, turn off.

Step 07

Japanese curry recipe

Add the roux to the curry and mix until you get a creamy and enveloping stew. Serve the curry with the rice and sprinkle with chopped chives and black sesame.

Suggestion

Choose a garam masala (curry) of the degree of spiciness you prefer or, alternatively, add dried or sliced chilli. You can prepare the Japanese curry in advance and reheat it at the time of serving.

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Claudia Concas

Born in Milan on a hot summer’s night in July 1983, Claudia Concas developed a keen interest in good food from childhood: the kitchen has always been her fav

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