Its Recipe Time! Hello Japanese Easter Egg


Walking through K-town last week I had a crazy idea. This is the first recipe I’ve given you in well over a year so I’ll just get to it.

You’ll need:
1/2 Dozen hard boiled eggs
2lbs. of ground beef
1 bag of baby carrots
1 small bag of cole slaw mix(shredded cabbage)
1 box of Kokumaru
3 small potatoes cut to 1/4 inch cubes
salt, pepper, garlic salt to flavor the beef however you like.
2 cups of rice.

I saw a picture of something that looked like an egg inside of a meatloaf and my brain exploded. Since I can’t exactly inject a glob of curry into the center of a meatloaf, this will have to do.

Firstly, make your rice, if you’re using a rice cooker it should be done a few minutes before your little meatloafs are finished in the oven.

Using your favorite method, hardboil a few eggs. We suggest boiling water over a flamethrower or plutonium injections.

Drop that big slab of ground beef on the chopping block and season to taste with salt, pepper, and garlic pepper, throwing in whatever else you like, you’re gonna be the one to eat it.

When you have the meat to your liking take a small ball, about enough to make a medium sized hamburger and roll it into a ball. Flatten it into a 1/4 inch sheet.

Flatten the meat
Lay the egg in the middle
Roll the bastard up…

Rub some EVOO on a baking tray and bake em at 350 until the house smells like awesome or they are golden brown. The golden brown will probably come first, about 20 minutes.

Don’t forget to make your curry, grab a box of Kokumaru from your friendly Asian grocery. If the instructions are in Japanese… bring 5 cups of water to a boil with the cubed potato and carrots. Boil until the veg is tender then drop in the curry blocks and turn heat to low until you have a pot of thick brown gold.

When the egg-loafs are cooked, lay one on a bed of rice


Cover with curry
Cover with more curry
Garnish with cole slaw mix, I DIDN’T SAY COLE SLAW!
Just the bag of professionally shredded cabbage.
GAWD, No one ever listens to me.
You’re welcome.