Doria (Rice Gratin) with Curry Pilaf and White Sauce. Put the curry pilaf in an oven-proof dish and pour over the white sauce to cover. Put the tomato, broccoli and easy melting cheese. Sprinkle the ★ panko on top.

Doria (Rice Gratin) with Curry Pilaf and White Sauce It looks very similar to baked Gratin. It doesn't seem to be much like a Japanese food, but Doria was created in Japan, and it is a very popular dish loved by the young and old there for a long time. Japanese Curry Doria (ドリア) is a Japanese rice gratin doused in a creamy meat sauce, topped with cheese and oven-baked until golden brown. You can cook Doria (Rice Gratin) with Curry Pilaf and White Sauce using 16 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Doria (Rice Gratin) with Curry Pilaf and White Sauce

  1. It’s of Ingredients for the white sauce:.
  2. You need 300 ml of ☆ Milk.
  3. Prepare 25 grams of ☆ Butter.
  4. It’s 25 grams of ☆ Plain flour.
  5. It’s 1 of ☆ Salt and pepper.
  6. It’s 1/2 tsp of ☆ Consommé powder or Chinese chicken stock powder.
  7. It’s 1 of ☆ Bay leaf, if you have.
  8. Prepare of Toppings:.
  9. It’s 1/2 of of regular sized one Tomato.
  10. It’s 4 tbsp of or more ☆ Canned tomato instead of fresh tomato is OK.
  11. You need 1/3 of Broccoli.
  12. It’s 1 of Easy melting cheese.
  13. You need 1 tbsp of or more ★ Panko.
  14. It’s 1/2 tsp of or less ★ Curry powder.
  15. Prepare of –.
  16. Prepare 1 of Curry pilaf recipe.

It's one of those dishes you can put together with leftover rice and some basic ingredients. Curry and rice, the perfect combination! Curry doria (カレードリア) consists of a thick curry sauce over a steaming bed of rice. To make it even better, it's covered with melted cheese and a lightly browned top!

Doria (Rice Gratin) with Curry Pilaf and White Sauce step by step

  1. Prepare for 2 servings of curry pilaff. Slice the tomato into 1 cm thickness. Cut the broccoli into bite sizes and cook until al dente..
  2. Mix the ★ panko and curry powder. Use curry powder without extra seasonings. The curry powder with extra seasonings burns quickly..
  3. Melt butter over low heat. Add plain flour and stir well to remove lumps. At first you might think it's too thick, but it will get runny by stirring with a whisk while cooking..
  4. After the roux is smooth, add milk little by little and stir constantly. At first it hardens as you add milk, but it will soften gradually. Ensure that there are no lumps and add the rest of the milk..
  5. Add a bay leaf if you have for flavouring. Stir constantly until comes to a boil and thickens. Adjust the taste with the ☆ seasonings and the white sauce is done..
  6. If you don't use the sauce straight away, cover tightly with cling film directly on top of the mixture to prevent a film from forming..
  7. Preheat the oven to 445-480°F/230-250°C..
  8. Put the curry pilaf in an oven-proof dish and pour over the white sauce to cover. Put the tomato, broccoli and easy melting cheese. Sprinkle the ★ panko on top..
  9. Put the dish on the top shelf of the oven and bake for 10 to 15 minutes until the cheese is melted and browned..
  10. It's very nice to eat while piping hot. Just don't burn yourself..
  11. You can use a toaster oven, but by baking it in the oven, the tomatoes will turn out juicier from the slow baking time. In this photo I used cherry tomatoes..

As you may have guessed by the name, doria is not a traditional Japanese dish. Layer the rice with the white sauce. Add the meat sauce to the centre. Sprinkle the hard cheese (Pecorino or Parmesan) and your preferred melting cheese (such as cheddar or gouda) over the top. The classic sauce is Bechamel sauce, also known as white sauce.

source: cookpad.com