Thursday, 11 September 2014

Ochazuke - At Home

Just random food posting, triggered by a comment over at Sk's blog about ochazuke.
Hihihi
 
Ready-made ochazuke, supermarket bought.
Lazy to brew green tea, I just poured hot water.
And because I am Malaysian, I need an extra kick so some kimchii for a side dish.
Perfect for lazy days.
^^

21 comments:

  1. What is that? Must google and check this ochazuke up later. ^^

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    1. Ocha = tea
      Tsuke (zuke) = rendam :P

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  2. ochazuke!! i like.. in fact that was the first time i had in Sapporo and i love it..

    thanks for inspiring me, now i think i can also do this at home.. never thought of it..

    probably can get some green tea powder for this?? okay, DAISO here i come, muahaha!! :D

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    1. Cannnnn... you can put anything as topping and then cut some seaweed too. Posh restaurant would have uni on it, for instance. :-)

      Try not only green tea. Dashi or miso soup also works for me but it'll taste saltier lah. :P

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  3. BTW, i can see how united nation this Mak Glam is..

    japanese food, korean chopstick, chinese bowl and spoon

    haha!! awesome~~ :p

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    1. Hahaha

      You noticed!!! :-)

      p.s. I've eaten grilled sanma fish with budu too. Hihihi

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  4. OMG!!! You just poured hot water!! Muahahahaha
    Yes, I googled this morning before spamming at semut's blog and understood about this interesting food! I am sure it tasted like what I ate when a kiddo when my maid always poured clear soup over my mixed rice. It has sweet memories for me but didn't know it could be called ochazuke! My maid was not a Japanese... kikikiki

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    1. Well, of course your maid wouldn't call it ochazuke la... like teriyaki chicken is something we'd call ayam masak kicap. LOL

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  5. Alamak! Terus buat kat rumah! I must look for it at Aeon :)

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  6. I must try to search for this, hehe!

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  7. Japanese with a hint of Korean? :)

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    1. Just a hint though I don't think it that way. ;)

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  8. Hello Lina,

    When I saw your title Ochazuke, I can't help myself but to click on your post to read this. Good way of improvising on this meal. Nice! *thumbs up*

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    1. There's no hard or fast rule to eating esp at home, right? Hihihi

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  9. wah ... you also kena influence by SK's food in his blog. I thought im the only one who goes after the ramen. hahah

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    1. I've eaten this for many years dy... ;-)

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