Japanese Curry Rice from Scratch (RECIPE) ルーから作るカレーの作り方(レシピ)

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Products we’ve used in this recipe:
Curry Powder http://goo.gl/m11wo0
Worcestershire Sauce http://goo.gl/p0DjEP
Soy Sauce http://goo.gl/MJqQjw

INGREDIENTS:Makes 3 servings
1/3 lb meat
2 small potatoes
1/2 medium carrots
1 medium onion
3 tbsp ketchup
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp worcestershire sauce
1 1/2 tbsp curry powder
2 tbsp flour
2 tbsp vegetable oil
2-3 small pieces chocolate
1 tspn instant coffee
1 tbsp mayonnaise
salt and pepper to taste
2 cups water
1 tbsp sugar

Saute minced onions with oil until golden brown. Add meat and cook until no longer pink. Add vegetables and cook for 3 minutes. Add water and cook over medium-low heat. Skim off top foam for a clear stock. Cover and cook until veggies are just tender.In the meantime, make the roux by combining oil and flour in a saucepan. Heat over low heat, constantly stirring until it starts to change color. Add curry powder and mix well until well incorporated. Add 1-2 tbsp of liquid from the simmering pot and mix well to make a gravy. Add the roux to your curry and cook until it thickens. Add ketchup, worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper and mix well. Stir in chocolate, instant coffee, soy sauce and mayonnaise. Serve over hot rice and enjoy!

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肉 150g(一口大に切る)
ジャガイモ 中2個(一口大に切る)
ニンジン 中1/2本(一口大に切る)
タマネギ 中1個(半分をみじん切りに、半分を一口大に)
水 500cc
カレー粉 大さじ1.5
小麦粉 大さじ2
サラダオイル 大さじ2
ケチャップ 大さじ3
醤油 大さじ1
ウスターソース 大さじ1
チョコレート 3かけ
インスタントコーヒー 小さじ1~2
マヨネーズ 大さじ1
塩 小さじ1
胡椒 適量





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Zocchihedron says:

Its difficult to hear over the music

PokeAsheep says:

I was looking for a good thick curry recipe that included making one’s own roux. I have a gluten allergy so this recipe, with a tinge of tweaking, will work fabulously.

Temmo says:

Thank you so much for this. I’m off to the kitchen then, trying it out. 🙂

Devin Mysyk says:

I’m curious to what mayo might add to the taste. maybe i’ll try tossing in that sweet soybean mayo i accidentally bought.

조운 says:

맛있겠다 ㅜㅜㅜ

Ratna Ariyanti says:

Marvelous recipe ! Thanks so much 4 sharing ur secret ingredients…. I’ve tried to make this n my family loved it. Since I didn’t have meat on hand, I just used tofu instead. Even without the mayo, it still turned out super delicious ! Can’t wait to see another great video of yours with more healthy options, for those “cold n rainy days”……

Minori Takahashi says:

Interesting! I’ve never made a roux base using oil, instead of butter, and flour! My secret ingredient for my curry is a punch of dashi stock and soy sauce, but I’m really interested to see how chocolate and instant coffee will change the flavor profile. Thanks for opening my eyes, I can’t wait to try this iteration!

Reem Dawoud says:


Suzan Lim says:

Can i know what type of curry powder you use? I’m Malaysia and i can’t find any japanese curry powder and mild curry powder here. Actually i quite urgent to know what kind of curry powder can i use, because i have to make this dish for my college kitchen operation 1 week later.

Anakin Solo says:

I cannot wait to make this!

Aisha Alhameli says:

you didn’t add the sugar

TabiEats says:

Sakura Spring thank you! It’s really not difficult to make your own curry at home. Please let us know how your curry turns out.

Amy J says:

Satoshi is very Kawaii!!!

Timothy Perish says:

Damn, soy sauce has wheat flour in it :/

Karen Nicole says:

Tabi, can you freeze the roux so you can save them for later?

Baruch Spinoza says:

omg thank you so much.. for this amazing video

Ms. Teddy says:

Thanks for the recipe <3 Looks easy and I bet it tastes lovely!

Princess Sita says:

ill try it at home,,

Klaod Nell says:

Chocolate, Coffee and Mayonaise. That’s a pretty crazy combination!
In my curry base I have: garlic, ginger, apples, honey, korean chilli powder, indian curry powder, garam masala, bay leaves, worcesteshire sauce, ketchup, miso paste and dashi stock

Kevin Futamachi says:


CyberSin says:

Can i do the reciepe without the mayo?

Jacq's Munchies says:

huh…..unique combination….i’ll try this!!! thank you for sharing!

Naila says:

I made it for dinner yesterday: it was sooo good ç___ç
Thanks for this recipe!

Tiffany Plume says:

am I missing what he did with the sugar?

Chieh-Ching Yen says:

How about honey or apple usually used in japanese curry?

ShamanMaX says:

I love you guys. Finally i know how to make this withous this freakin Curry Cubes! Thaks a lot!

J.S. PropTail says:

Oh my god Satoshi sounds super adorable! xD

Jay Quintana says:

I mean this as a compliment, it looks just like box curry! Got to give this a try!

Bun Totty says:

I thought this would be difficult, but it looks like it’s essentially hayashi rice but with curry powder added. I’ll be making this during the weekend!

belitega says:

oh my. this was so delicious. I just ate it for lunch and was so tasty. I marinated the chicken with curry, garlic and yogurt and I also add some bay leaves and tikka Masala and was amazing. the chocolate and coffee you don’t get the taste, really add some flavor. I’d fallow your recipe with my own twist. thanks

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