The beef bowl is the most popular Japanese dish served as a sort of fastfood.
Oya-ko Don is another rice bowl of which main ingridient is not beef, but chicken.The cooking process is very simple;
At first, chicken and sliced onion with soup stock is boiled, and then stirred egg is covered on it. This mixture is described that Chicken as a parent meets with egg as its child. “Oya” means parent in Japanese, and “Ko” does child.
The last to do is that the chicken covered with sterred egg is layed on steamed rice in the boul.
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