Monday, July 20, 2009

Japanese-Style Curry

That's good taste! Good job!



Curry is originally Indian dish. I'd heard it was brought to Japan from England at the end of the Edo period. And now, It is too much to say that Japanese-style curry is a different dish from original curry.

Curry, as well as kara-age, is one of the most popular dishes in Japan. There are many curry shops in any cities. And also, curry is often made at home. Of course, I love it.
How to make Japanese-style curry is very easy.
First, meat(usually beef,pork,chicken or seafood) and vegetables(usually potatoes, onion and carrot) cut into suitable peaces, and fry them in a pot, and pour water, and boil together.
And last, put and stir curry roux into a pot. That's complete! It's so easy, right?




But, there is an easier way. Do you know?
That's this.




Just wait for three minutes.

Ah... Just to make sure, I say. The curry on first picture is not retort-packed!


「日本風カレー」

うまい!大成功!

カレーは元々インドの料理だ。カレーは江戸時代の終わりに、イギリスから日本にもたらされたって聞いたことがある。そして今や、日本風んカレーは、本来のカレーとは違う料理だと言っても過言ではない。

唐揚げと同様、日本ではカレーは最も人気のある料理の一つだ。どの街にも多くのカレー屋さんがある。そしてまた、カレーは家庭でもよく作られる。もちろん僕もカレーが大好き。
その作り方はとても簡単だ。
まず、お肉(普通は、牛肉か豚肉か鶏肉、もしくはシーフード)と野菜(普通はジャガイモと玉ねぎとニンジン)を、適当に切って、鍋で炒めて、水を注いで煮込む。
そして最後にカレーのルーを鍋に入れ、かき回す。それで完成!簡単でしょ?

でも、もっと簡単なやり方がある。知ってる?
それがこれ!

ほんの3分間待つだけだよ。

え~と、念のために言っとくけど。最初の写真のカレーは、レトルトじゃないよ。


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15 comments:

m18 said...

初めまして。ブログ村から飛んできました。
あたしもAEZさんと同じように、英語をマスターしたくて
自分のブログも英語で書くようにしています。
同じような方がいらっしゃって嬉しかったのと、タイムリーに今日カレーを食べたのでコメントを残している次第です。

インドからきたと思っていたのですが、違うのですね。
驚きました。

英語をマスターしたいという同志なので、また遊びに来させて頂きます!
と、日本語で書いてます(笑

ではまた。

Peevish said...

Curry is my 17-year old son's favorite food in Japan. Our friends in the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force hosted a party with four different curry flavor. Yum.

Dara(fukuokako11) said...

i LOVE curry!~

Wil said...

What's the best kind of food to eat when you are singing?

Curry oke!

I like the pic, it looks delicious. Especially with an ice-cold beer! I think I know what I want for lunch ;o)

Wil
Wil's World of Words

Pauline said...

Yum! I like curry! ^-^
I was surprised at seeing packed beef! Sugoi!

AEZ said...

Wil
Wow! Nice oyaji-gag!

Pauline
Ah, That's packed "beef curry".

Kelly said...

MMM. I love curry. We'll make most varieties at home, but the green stuff is the best.

"That's good taste!" is grammatically correct, but english speakers usually say "That tastes good!"

AEZ said...

Kelly
Thank you for correcting.
Green stuff? For example, spinach?

deluded said...

sugoi stuff.

I think I'll try making it, the japanese way :)

arigato gozaimasu

deluded said...

and did you really start learning english by yourself?

its pretty kanpeki!

there are a bit of grammatical mistakes here and there, but that actually makes it kakkoii!

Wil said...

Thanks, Aez.

I love puns ;)

Pauline said...

Oh, so that pack is beef-flavored curry.
Is there already meat inside the package?

I'm also curious what is retort-packed. I can't seem to imagine what you want to say.

Ferdinando said...

Nice blog, I'm an Italian student and I'm writing an english blog too =) We could advise each other.

AEZ said...

deluded
Yeah. I started leaning English by myself. But it's difference now. I got many teachers. they are FOLLOWERS like you.

I really really thank for your comments.

AEZ said...

Pauline
That's not "flavored". That's in real beef and vegetables.
Boiling for three minutes is finishing. After that, it put rice over. That's complete.
The retort-packed curry is popular in Japan.


Ciao, Ferdinando!
Yes, I agree with you.
I visited your blog. Your English is very well.
Let's keep on each other.
Thank you.