table of contents
- Plump hamburger
- Easy omelet rice
- fried chicken
- Yakiniku Chirashizushi
- Milk de shrimp gratin
May 5th is “Children’s Day”. It’s difficult to go out with a large number of people this year, but how about cooking and celebrating children’s favorite dishes? The recipe introduced this time does not require time-consuming preparation! It will be enough to prepare from now on. Enjoy the family together around the feast that makes the children smile ♪
[Materials for 2 people]
Meat (Aibiki meat … 250g, egg … 1 piece, onion … 1/2 small piece, bread powder … 1/2 cup, salt … 1/4 teaspoon, pepper … a little), shimeji … 1 large pack (about 150g) , Sayaingen … 8 bottles, sauce (tomato ketchup … 1 and 1/2 tablespoon, mirin … 1 tablespoon, Worcestershire sauce … 1/2 tablespoon, soy sauce … 1 teaspoon), salad oil
[How to make]
1. Make meat. Put ingredients other than onions in a bowl. Grate the onions and mix until sticky. Divide it into two equal parts to make an oval shape, and make a slight depression in the center.
2. Heat 1/2 tablespoon of oil in a frying pan and line up 1. For shimeji mushrooms, drop the stones with kitchen scissors and divide them into small bunches, and for green beans, drop the calyxes with kitchen scissors, cut into 4 cm lengths, and put them in a frying pan.
3. When the meat is browned, turn it upside down and fry the shimeji mushrooms and green beans quickly. Cover and reduce heat to low and steam for about 5 minutes.
4. Turn off the heat and pour shimeji mushrooms and green beans into a bowl. Add the sauce ingredients to a frying pan, simmer in a hamburger, and serve in the same bowl.
(443kcal for 1 person, 2.3g salt)
A simple hamburger that can be completed in 10 minutes. Grated onions are faster than chopped, and the meat is plump. Cut the green beans with kitchen scissors and put them in a frying pan. The sauce made with ketchup and Worcestershire sauce is also a child’s favorite taste!