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Curry and Rice Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101

Mitch Gomez

March 10, 2015




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This video will show you how to make Curry and Rice, one of the most popular dishes in Japan. It is easy to make, so perfect for beginners of Japanese cooking. The recipe by Noriko & Yuko of Japanese Cooking 101 (http://www.japanesecooking101.com)



Category: Japanese Recipe

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Little Miss Acey
- 5 Years ago

It looks great. What does it taste like? 

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Mausie Sylvani
- 5 Years ago

The use of skirt steak is the one I am looking for since I do not know much
of the terms of beef cuts, use of stew sounds okay. The recipe looked like
it is the same as the Indian recipe except that they used “cumin” something
I do not like because of the smell, is it? Thank you Ladies for sharing.

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Garrett Green
- 5 Years ago

These recipes/tutorials are great. My Fiance’ and my self love Japanese
cuisine, you ladies have brought it to our home. Thank you.

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sonicpride1
- 5 Years ago

What…The spices or mix look like desert items….I don’t know how it
would taste….Looks amazing though…

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Kelly G
- 5 Years ago

So delicious!! I made this today! Arigatou!!! ^.^

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AshleyFD26
- 5 Years ago

I LOVE LOVE Curry!!!

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Kululu Sochou
- 5 Years ago

Yum~

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Fanny Cat
- 5 Years ago

why is the curry so spicy? is there a kind of curry that is either less
spicy or not spicy at all because my mother can’t handle very spicy food.
that and i enjoy your japanese culture

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Wendy Ortiz
- 5 Years ago

soooo goood i swear <3 !

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SchwarzWeiss4Too
- 5 Years ago

plese make an ‘how to make kare pan’ video

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sacredlotus
- 5 Years ago

what are the spices used in the curry sauce

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OrionDenali
- 5 Years ago

This video was enough for me to hit the subscribe button! Looking forward
to review all of your channel’s recipes. Thank you for the upload.

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Mohammed Algarny
- 5 Years ago

You are torturing me with these videos 🙁


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SamVision
- 5 Years ago

This is Japanese right so why are you making Korean rice?

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Yuliyati Okamoto
- 5 Years ago

Love your programe .. my husband is japanese. .so I must learn how to cook
japanese food.love japanese food.. kept going to give new recipes I always
waiting

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Argelyn Guinea
- 5 Years ago

Super yummy..tomorrow I cook this for my Japanese husband.. Thanks sa
recipe ..I already know..but sometimes forget.. 

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Ranjan Biswas
- 5 Years ago

In Bangladesh,fish curry(sometimes meat curry) and rice is everydays’
normal food at lunch :3

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lat1na1
- 5 Years ago

Ok so I tried this with chicken, and it was so good.. I didn’t put all the
extras at the end except for ketchup and soy sauce .. Today I’m doing the
beef! Thanks for the recipe it’s really easy.. I’m not one for complicated
dishes.. Lol

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JeChris Resurreccion
- 5 Years ago

Just cooked this yesterday using S&B Golden Curry, it tasted like superb.
The taste is kinda near our Philippine Caldereta from the spaniards. but
this is the best. we used Pork Loin, 😀 

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Dann Santos
- 5 Years ago

i keep hearing “korean rice” as opposed to “curry and rice” lol

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Benaiah Sampson Benker
- 5 Years ago

Hurry the curry! 

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beenechannel
- 5 Years ago

Can you make dakoyaki and udon

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Catie Weadon
- 5 Years ago

why would you wait until the end to add all the curry flavor…. add a
brick in the beginning while the meat and veggies boil… it will give it
so much more flavor

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Γιώτα Κουτσογιάννη

In my country I cant’t find the curry mix..can I add some curry sause or
something else?

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Mio Akiama
- 5 Years ago

I love curry, but only on special occasions I can eat it :'(
BTW arigatou for this recipes ^^

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