One Dish

Cooking With Idols


2015.08.21 : Agedashi tofu in a shrimp and Chinese chive sauce

Well hello there! Long time, no cook. Mega food aversions plus severe nausea and exhaustion have made it impossible for me to cook for a while, but now I’m back with another delicious-looking take on a standard.


2014.07.11: Pork fried with ginger, butter, and ponzu

I need something to make with this pork I have and this looks yummy. Maa-kun says it’s kind of a different take on regular shogayaki (and also not like the shogayaki he used to eat as a kid at home, which usually used lettuce and pork back ribs).


2014.02.14 : Springy! Simple Chinese steamed rice

I need stuff to make for dinner and then bento for the week so I can Adult properly and this one looked super easy and super yummy so let’s try it!


2015.04.17: Sesame, Miso, and Ponzu Bacon and Cabbage Stir Fry

Maa-kun made this on (technically today’s) One Dish and it just looked so yummy I had to translate it and make it for lunch.¬†Maa-kun says this would go well with some white rice, and also that this sauce will work well on just about any kind of meat.


2013.01.18: Springy onion okonomiyaki pizza

Got my copy of Sakamoto’s cookbook today, and the picture of this looked really good so I might try making it (probably without mochi because I’m too lazy to go buy some). Pro-tip: if you’ve never cooked okonomiyaki before, cook it like you would a pancake.


2013.11.22: Turnips and Shrimp Drenched in Cream Sauce

I have never eaten turnips in my life and I’m not a huge fan of mushrooms but I’m going to try both for science because this recipe looks really neat. Food is, after all, science, and what else is science but a bunch of people going “fuck it, let’s try it!”


2013.11.08: Broccoli Shumai

This recipe is just so cute and such an interesting take on shumai I have to try making it.


2014.06.20: Buffalo Chicken

Maa-kun loves chicken wings and so do I!


2014.09.26 : Thai style steamed chicken and rice

Absolutely one of my favourite recipes he’s done. It’s really simple, so even the culinary-challenged among us can do it, since it’s all done in a rice cooker. The chicken comes out super, super flavourful.


2014.01.31 : Spicy pork spare ribs and kimchi

I will never ever get tired of this man cooking Korean food, or talking about how much he’s come to love kimchi. One of us! One of us!

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