Recipe creator Julie Qiu of In a Half Shell Blog and Seafood Nutrition Partnership Ambassador says, “Although I am willing to go out of my way to enjoy tasty food, I am much less motivated when it comes to cooking my own. The simpler the recipe, the better. … I admit that I am a lazy cook, which is why I love this simple Kaki Meshi (Oyster Rice) recipe so much.”
Kaki Meshi, which translates to oyster cooked rice, is a delicious, heart-warming dish. To learn more tips on what types of oysters are best to use, tips on how to choose a great rice cooker, and a video on how to shuck an oyster, visit In a Half Shell.
Though a rice cooker is highly recommended for this recipe, if you don’t have one, just follow the recipe with a non-stick pot. Make sure that your pot has a well-fitted, heavy lid to lock in the steam as it cooks.
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