I made this dish based on a family recipe from Chicken Restaurant with a Long History in Tokyo. It is easy to make.
Ojja (Shakshuka) / Tunisia
Have you ever heard of Shakshuka, better known as Israeli food? It is widely believed that Shakshuka was born in Tunisia. In Tunisia, they call it Ojja. I made Ojja using a Tunisian recipe.
Toyuq çığırtması (Chicken Squeak) / Azerbaijan
This is a dish in which chicken is cooked with eggs.
It is usually eaten with pilaf, but I served it with white rice.
Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette) / Japan
Eggs last for a long time unless you break them. They were served in sushi restaurants during the Edo period in case the fish were not caught, and they slowly became known.
Revuelto de Gramajo (Egg-Covered French Fries) / Argentina
An Argentinean dish of french fries cooked with eggs. It’s French fries and eggs. How can you not enjoy it? Every country has a similar dish.
Caesar Salad / Mexico
This is a Caesar salad that originated in Mexico. It was improvised by Italian-Americans and was so well received that it eventually became known around the world.
Spaghetti alla Carbonara / Italy
The carbonara, made from an authentic Roman recipe, was unlike anything I’ve ever had before. It’s probably because of the essential ingredient, pecorino romano. And while there are many theories about the history of carbonara, I was able to predict the history of carbonara after researching and making all of the dishes that are very similar.