One Dish

Cooking With Idols

2012.12.14 : Delicious twice! Tsuke-yakisoba

This is a super interesting take on one of my favourite foods (yakisoba), and another dish that’s been a favourite, even winning over my mother who generally dislikes Japanese food.

2012.11.16 : Sweet potato gnocchi and tomato cream sauce

Making the gnocchi from scratch is actually a lot more difficult than he makes it look, so definitely give yourself more time than you think you might need. It’s fun, for sure, but a pain in the ass trying to get the dough to be the right consistency.

2012.11.02 : Bari bari fried pork and lotus root

The lotus root gives this a really interesting taste, and the pork shoulder is just pure deliciousness.

2012.10.19 : Bacon skewers

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try bacon. These are a super easy one to make and that are, by virtue of being bacon-based, also fucking delicious.

2012.09.21 : Satoimo (Taro) and cheese casserole

This one turned out a little weird for me (the taro just tasted weird idk) but I really think it has potential. It’s an interesting take on casseroles, something I had my fair share of growing up and which also got really, really old (funny, that).

2012.06.22 : Crispy hametsuki gyoza

This is absolutely the most successful recipe I’ve made of his. My friends are always asking that I make these and that I give them the recipe. You done good, Maa-kun.

2012.06.15 : Soft and fluffy omurice

Gonna tackle something I’ve been wanting to try for ages: omurice! This is a neat take on it, so let’s see how it goes.

2012.05.25 : Seafood and fava beans in fresh cream pasta

True fact: I never ate scallops before I made this dish. Thank god they’re delicious and delicious in this pasta.

2012.04.27: Marmalade Spare Ribs

Here’s a quick, easy, and delicious dish from earlier “One Dish” episodes when our poor baby was still the most awkward of palm trees.