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IMG_20130716_095156Instant noodles are everywhere around the world, how about instant rice? I saw it few years ago when I was staying in Tokyo but never buy it as it looks weird. This time I am staying in Osaka, the apartment does not provide us with gas cooker, only microwave oven and rice cooker.
Getting dinner after work is a bit troublesome as many shops closed after 8pm. To save the trouble and prevent eating bento from convenient shop, I bought some fresh meat and vegetable to cook during weekdays.
First meal I cooked is sukiyaki. I cooked it with rice cooker, I bought some pork slice, chicken, vegetable, mushroom and of course, sukiyaki sauce.
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To cook, add sukiyaki sauce plus some water into rice cooker. Power on rice cooker, when boil, add in pork slice and chicken, then mushroom, then vegetables. When everything is cooked, serve hot with instant rice.
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To cook instant rice, tear off a little part of rice pack, add in some water. Put instant rice in microwave oven for 2 minutes. Done! It tasted exactly like what you cook in rice cooker. It is soooooo convenient!
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Prepare an egg in small bowl, pour some hot sukiyaki soup to cook the egg.
That's my rice cooker sukiyaki with instant rice and half cook egg.

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This took me less than half an hour to be ready.


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