6 TIPS ON HOW TO CLEAN YOUR FRIDGE | LIFE IN JAPAN | JAPANESE PORK CURRY | Thanks for the rain





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What do you think of when you hear the word “Japanese food”?

Sushi? Tempura? Ramen? Miso soup and rice? Sure, they are popular and delicious but “Japanese curry” is actually one of the most common type of food in Japan.

Curry was originally brought to Japan from India by the British and it became popular in the late 1960s in Japan. It has been loved since then and Japanese style curry is one of the most loved dishes in Japan now. The curry we make is different from Indian curry, and there are many kinds of it.

Japanese curry is usually not spicy, and curry sauce is served on top of cooked rice. Some people try making curry roux from scratch using powders and various spices, but most use pre-made curry roux blocks in a box available anywhere in supermarkets, online and even in convenient stores. You just need to warm the curry, before you pour it on rice.

Japanese Curry rice usually comes with Fukujinzuke (non-fermented pickles with a sesame-flavored soy sauce, sugar, and a selection of chopped vegetables like radish, cucumber, eggplant, lotus root, ginger, perilla, and sword bean) or Rakkyo (pickled Chinese onion) on the side.

My Story for this video:

Today It rains a lot… when I was younger, I do not like rain.

I can’t play outside when it rains. And I don’t want to get my feet dirty when I step on wet grounds because of the rain.

But now I want to like the rain. It saves me from “hay fever” (kafunsho) the allergic reactions triggered by pollen.

So, I feel good today. Thanks for the rain!

“ In this video, I will share my 6 tips on how to clean my fridge. And how I slowly cooked Japanese Pork Curry. “

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45 Replies to “6 TIPS ON HOW TO CLEAN YOUR FRIDGE | LIFE IN JAPAN | JAPANESE PORK CURRY | Thanks for the rain”

  1. MEGS DIY CRAFTS

    *Sa akin sis Soda pang lilinis ko * din , para maalis mga amoy di kanais nais, this is useful sa mga mommies out there, god bless and thanks for your sharing sis

  2. N3J Family

    Nice short story about loving the rain now,our fav curry though beef always ang meat na gusto ng kids,good sharing of these all sissy

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