Introducing cooked rice that can be made with a small amount of ingredients and has plenty of umami. There are three types: "rice cooked with whole broccoli," "seafood pilaf," and "ketchup price."
Whole broccoli cooked rice
A recipe for cooking whole broccoli with canned tuna and corn. Broccoli becomes soft and crumbles to the core with a rice scoop, so it doesn't feel strange when mixed with rice. You can hardly feel the green odor, and the sweetness increases and the chopsticks are delicious.
＞＞ Recipe for whole broccoli cooked rice
A recipe that uses a frozen seafood mix that you can keep on hand. Cook with onions, carrots, consomme, etc. in a rice cooker. The richness of butter and the dashi stock of seafood that are added to the finish are soaked in the authentic taste.
＞＞ Seafood pilaf recipe
A recipe that is also useful for consuming tomato ketchup, which tends to be left over. Cook rice with plenty of 1/2 cup ketchup, mixed vegetables, and consomme. The sourness and sweetness of ketchup spreads throughout your mouth. The crisply loosened rice grains and the fresh mixed vegetable taste are also attractive.
＞＞ Ketchup rice recipe
Easy-cooked rice that makes you feel excited when you open the rice cooker. It's easy to arrange, so feel free to give it a try.