Don Hai! makes Japanese Donburi bowls
Donburi is a bowl witch always starts with a layer of rice as basis. And then all sort of ingredients from the famous Japanese Cuisine are added on top.
Donburi (丼) is literally a bowl. It is normally abbreviated as “don” and most dishes are call … don. It is a Japanese big rice bowl meal. Donburi is a bowl witch always starts with a layer of rice as basis. And then all sort of ingredients from the famous Japanese Cuisine are added on top.
A very important element is the sauce and mostly contains of the three ingredients: dashi, soy sauce and mirin.
Large rice bowl, translates into beef bowl, beef and onion simmered in a mildly sweet sauce flavored with dashi (fish and seaweed stock), soy sauce and mirin (sweet rice wine). Is sometimes topped with a raw egg or a soft poached egg (onsen tamago).
Large rice bowl, with chicken, egg and spring union on top. This donburi is also known as the mother and daughter don or family don.
Deep-fried pork cutlets with nice crust (tonkatsu) and simmered with onions and beaten eggs. However, eggs must not be too well done, remain runny as you serve the bowl. Also, it is very important to add enough soup or sauce to get a bit of an risotto effect.
Tendon (腱) (天丼)
Large rice bowl with tempura on top. Tempura is deep-fried Japanese cuisine and have numerable types and forms.
Don Hai! At the Swan market in Rotterdam. Offering their Japanese donburi bowl to the Dutch public. People loved the Salomon avocado Don and the Shogayaki Don. Yuuki and Asushi were there to manage the Don Buri making. Real Japanese touch and cuisine. Yuuki Maruyama is co-owner of Don Hai! and originator with Arnout in creating this entity.