the donburi lab
Donburi (どんぶり/丼) is a category of quintessential Japanese dishes: a big bowl of rice, smothered in delicious toppings like mashed up tuna, simmered pork, or sweet omelets. Donburi is considered the ultimate ‘guy food’ in the Japanese culture because it involves minimal dish washing, you can shovel it down your throat, and you can make it on the cheap.
But I digress!
Here at inomthings, we believe that eating shouldn’t be rushed. Actually, each meal should be an experience itself. With so many donburi variations out there, why not enjoy the art of the one-bowl dish, and have a little… fun?
We will be exploring the different types of donburis, ranging from timeless classics to edgy ones. Enjoy!
- Buta-Don (Pork Bowl)
- Curry-Don (Curry Bowl)
- Gyu-Don (Beef Bowl)
- Katsu-Don (Pork Culet Bowl)
- Maguro-Don (Tuna Bowl)
- Oyako-Don (Chicken Omelet Bowl)
- Sanshoku Soboro-Don (Tricolored Ground Meat Bowl)
- Sukiyaki-Don (Sukiyaki Bowl – simmer beef and vegetables)
- Tanin-Don (Beef Omelet Bowl)
- Zuke-don (marinated sashimi/poke bowl)
Other Donburi Recipes