Japanese Curry

Japanese Curry is a rich and flavorful dish that is a staple of Japanese cuisine. Made with a blend of tender meat and vegetables simmered in a savory curry sauce made from a blend of spices, this dish is a comforting and filling meal. Whether you're serving it for a quick weeknight dinner or for a special occasion, Japanese Curry is a great option that is sure to please. The sauce, made with a combination of spices, onions, and apples, creates a sweet and savory flavor that perfectly complements the tender meat and vegetables. Serve it with steamed rice to complete the experience. Try this classic recipe today and discover why Japanese Curry is a beloved dish in Japan.

How to make Japanese Curry

Ingredients


Ingredients

Container A - Button Mushrooms and Orange Carrot
Container B - White Onion
Container C - Japanese Curry Cube
Container D - Yukon Gold Potato


Spice Pods

Pod 1 - Salt
Pod 2 - Black Pepper Powder


Liquids

Vegetable Oil and Water

Container A
Container B
Container C
Container D
Recipe Directions

Container A:
Load 5 ½  ounces of quartered button mushrooms and 4 ounces of rounded orange carrots into container A. 

Container B:
Load 10 ounces of sliced white onion into container B.

Container C:
Load 3 ounces of Japanese curry cubes into container C.

Container D:
Load 10 ½ ounces of small diced Yukon gold potato into container D. 

Spice Pods:
Place the spice pods labeled salt and black pepper powder into slots 1 and 2.

Final Steps:
Check if the pan, stirrer and spatula is placed properly, and if the stirrer is connected to the outlet.

Check if water and oil is sufficiently added.

Select recipe and portion size.

Tap “start cooking” to begin the recipe.

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