Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker Julia’s Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowls With Cabbage Salad + Pickled Carrots

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker Julia’s Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowls With Cabbage Salad + Pickled Carrots

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker JULIA’S Teriyaki chicken bowl with cabbage salad and pickled carrots  (Serves 4)

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker Mixed Rice

200g (1 cup) white short or medium grain rice, rinsed well

200g (1 cup) brown short or medium grain rice, soaked overnight or for at least 3 hours

1 tbsp roasted sesame oil

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker Pickled Carrots

2 carrots, peeled and julienned

110g (1/2 cup) caster sugar

125ml (1/2 cup) rice vinegar

125ml (1/2 cup) water

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker Teriyaki Chicken

4 chicken thighs, skin on (approximately 550g in total)

Sea salt

1 tbsp vegetable oil

60ml (1/4 cup) soy sauce

60ml (1/4 cup) mirin

60ml (1/4 cup) sake 2 garlic cloves, finely grated

1 2cm piece ginger, finely grated

2tbsp brown sugar

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker Cabbage Salad

1/4 Savoy cabbage (approximately 350g), thinly sliced

2 spring onions, thinly sliced, plus extra to serve

4 radishes, thinly sliced

1 red shallot, halved and thinly sliced

2 tsp toasted sesame seeds, plus extra to serve

2 tbsp light olive oil

1 tbsp rice vinegar

1 tbsp soy sauce

2 soft boiled eggs, halved, to serve

Zojirushi NS-ZCC10 Rice Cooker Method

Drain the brown rice from the soaking liquid and add into a pot or stovetop rice cooker along with the rinsed white rice and enough cold water to come above the level of the rice by 1.5cm (approximately 2 1/2 -3 cups of water). Bring to a simmer over a high heat uncovered then turn the heat down to low, cover with a tight fitting lid and let the rice simmer gently for around 8-10 minutes. Turn off the heat and keep the rice covered. Allow to steam in the pot for 15 minutes. Drizzle over the sesame oil and mix with a rice paddle or wooden spoon to gently combine.

For the pickled carrots, place the carrots in a heatproof bowl or container. Combine the remaining ingredients in a small pot and bring to a simmer over a medium heat, stirring to dissolve the sugar. Simmer for 3-4 minutes or until reduced slightly. Pour over the carrots and set aside to cool. Once these are cool they are ready to use and any excess can be kept in a container in the refrigerator for up to a week.

Season the chicken with a little sea salt and let sit at room temperature while you make the teriyaki glaze. Combine the soy, mirin, sake, garlic, ginger and sugar in a bowl and stir to combine. Set aside.

For the salad, combine the cabbage, spring onions, radishes, shallot and sesame seeds in a large bowl. Whisk the olive oil, vinegar and soy sauce in a small bowl and set aside.

Heat a large fry pan over a high heat and pour in the vegetable oil. Cook the chicken thighs skin side down for around 4 minutes or until golden. Turn the chicken thighs and cook for another 2 minutes. At this stage, the chicken should be almost cooked but still a little under. Pour the teriyaki glaze in and around the chicken and reduce the heat to medium. Cook the chicken for a further two minutes or until the chicken is fully cooked through and the sauce has thickened. I like to turn the chicken a few times in the sauce as it is cooking, so it gets nicely coated. Allow to rest for a few minutes then slice the chicken thighs into pieces.

Now to assemble, divide the rice amongst four bowls and arrange some chicken and any teriyaki glaze from the pan into each bowl. Dress the salad with the dressing and place a mound of cabbage salad, some pickled carrots and half of a soft boiled egg on top of the rice. Top with extra roasted sesame seeds and spring onions and serve.

What else I’m eating:

The sandwiches at Hector’s Deli in Richmond. After a short hiatus during the peak of the COVID crisis, they’re back and as delicious as ever. Their fried chicken sandwich is just so good as is everything they do. While they were closed they also donated 4000 sandwiches to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC). LEGENDS!!!

What else I’m cooking with:

Cime di Rapa. Boiled and then cooked in a pan with plenty of olive oil and garlic. Eaten with orecchiette and lots of crunchy breadcrumbs.

You can follow Julia’s food adventures on Instagram and find more recipes via her website – and stay tuned for her brand new BOOK, due for release later this year!

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