Okara Fried Rice

Okara Fried Rice

A good meal for diets.
I made a staple dish out of okara, which you can eat too much of and not feel guilty about Depending on how you mix it up, you can enjoy eating this everyday. Full of nutrients, and very cheap Okara is full of ingredients that's good for women, and it'll help to clean the inside of your stomach as well Let's all enjoy a fun diet.


Fresh okara
100 g
Wiener (or bacon or ham)
as desired
Japanese leek
Dashi stock (1 teaspoon of granulated dashi + water is also OK)
1/2 cup
Salt and pepper
to taste


1. Mix the okara and the egg together and set aside. Cut the wiener into whatever sized pieces you like (I used Spam). Mince the leek (or whatever vegetables).
2. Lightly oil a heated frying pan and cook the wieners and leek. Lightly season with salt and pepper.
3. Once the leek has wilted, add the okara and cook until it's generally broken up. Mix everything together, then add the dashi stock and cook to your desired moistness. Use salt and pepper to adjust the taste and it's complete.

Story Behind this Recipe

Lately I've been all about okara, so I was thinking of a recipe I could eat everyday without getting tired of it. I wasn't coming up with anything, but while making fried rice for my kid I thought of this. I tried making it and it was delicious, so I made a recipe out of it.