Beef Rice

Japanese Curry Beef Baked Rice

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This has got to be the ultimate comfort food… I thought Japanese Curry Katsu Don was already good enough. But throw some melted cheese, and oozing egg on a hot hot casserole of baked rice with that delicious Japanese Curry? How can you say no to that?!

I could have another one right now. Salivating so badly as I write this post, and being a little hungry to begin with ain’t exactly helping. Choose your favourite brand of Japanese curry, and pick your spice level to suit your taste. Do read the cooking instructions and add water accordingly. I’m going to give cooking instructions based on my brand of Japanese curry that I purchased at Meidi-ya.

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Heat wok/large saucepan on med high.
Add 1 tbsp olive oil when hot.
Saute onions until soft.

Add shabu beef slice and separate slices.

When beef is half cooked, add water, potatoes, and carrot.
Bring to boil, lower heat to med, and cover.
Preheat oven to 180C.
Allow to simmer for 15 mins or until potatoes and carrot are tender.

Add Japanese curry roux.
Stir until combined and sauce thickens.
Remove from heat.

In a personal casserole dish, add rice, and top with Japanese curry beef mixture along the sides of the casserole, leaving the middle empty for the egg.

Top with cheese, cover the middle part with cheese as well.
Then crack an egg in the middle.
Season egg with a little salt and black pepper.
Bake for 15-20 minutes at 180C, depending on how done you want your egg to be.
Garnish with chopped spring onions.

Japanese Curry Beef Baked Rice
Serves 4
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Ingredients
  1. 400 - 450g shabu beef / thinly sliced beef
  2. 4 servings of cooked white rice
  3. 1 cup mozzarella & cheddar cheese mix
  4. 2 russet potatoes, cubed
  5. 2 medium carrot, cut into 1/2 inch rounds
  6. 1/2 yellow onion, diced
  7. 4 eggs, room temp
  8. Japanese Curry Roux
  9. Water as stated on package
  10. Salt and pepper
  11. Chopped spring onions for garnish
Instructions
  1. Heat wok/large saucepan on med high.
  2. Add 1 tbsp olive oil when hot.
  3. Saute onions until soft.
  4. Add shabu beef slice and separate slices.
  5. When beef is half cooked, add water, potatoes, and carrot.
  6. Bring to boil, lower heat to med, and cover.
  7. Preheat oven to 180C.
  8. Allow to simmer for 15 mins or until potatoes and carrot are tender.
  9. Add Japanese curry roux.
  10. Stir until combined and sauce thickens.
  11. Remove from heat.
  12. In a personal casserole dish, add rice, and top with Japanese curry beef mixture along the sides of the casserole, leaving the middle empty for the egg.
  13. Top with cheese, cover the middle part with cheese as well.
  14. Then crack an egg in the middle.
  15. Season egg with a little salt and black pepper.
  16. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 180C, depending on how done you want your egg to be.
  17. Garnish with chopped spring onions.
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You can bake it in a large casserole too. Just portion each serving out.
Be very careful because it’s going to be hot!
Bon appetit!!

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Zoe
    23 April, 2015 at 4:18 am

    Hi Sharon,

    This is torturing leh… Can see this delicious Jap curry beef baked rice but cannot eat!!!!

    Zoe

  • Reply
    mui mui
    23 April, 2015 at 2:55 pm

    Hi Sharon,
    This is so tempting!! I have told myself no more supper but now looking at this mouth watering Jap curry beef baked rice i must have this for supper!!! :p

    mui

  • Reply
    Rebecca
    13 August, 2015 at 10:42 am

    Sharon, this dish looks sooo delicious. Am going to try this wkend. Care to share what brand of Japanese curry? And how many cube did u put in? Why do we have to add water ( u stated – add water as stated on package ) when there is already water added to boil the beef and veg?

    • Reply
      Sharon Lam
      13 August, 2015 at 11:00 pm

      Hi babe! I used S&B. There is a mild or non-spicy version available for kids too. I’ve made it for my girls before, bought that from ntuc finest. When I stated add water, it means the water indicated on the package, also the water used to boil the beef and veg. In my case, I put in 4 as shown in picture. It really depends on how many serving you are making. Follow the instructions on the package as it may differ from brand to brand.

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