Japanese EASY DIY Japanese Curry Bread (CURRY PAN RECIPE) by admin May 17, 2018, 10:21 am 50 Comments cookingcurry breadcurry panfoodhow to makeJapanese breadjapanese foodrecipetabieatsカレーパン簡単カレーパン簡単レシピ食パン See more Previous article চিলি পটেটো | Chilli Potatoes Recipe | Indo Chinese Starter/Appetizer Recipe | Snack Recipe Bangla Next article Savory Easter Cake: Torta Pasqualina, Italian Recipe – Gianni’s North Beach 50 Comments Leave a Reply Thanks did the recipe just now went well Reply Two of those with some pickles and a side dish and what a meal! Perfect 🙂 Reply Would you recommend frying them first and then once I thaw them cooking them in the oven or putting them in the freezer unfried and cook them fried or baked when I'm ready for them? Reply I wonder…. Could I put this filling in gyoza?! Then I could freeze some bags uncorked. We have the curry roux that says Golden mild medium or hot? Will that work I've seen it used in Japanese homes. This also seems very easy to do with pre-made bread. Could I use a whole meal bread? Because I would like to make 40 or 50 of these to freeze 30 or 40 for future meals. I'm vegan and I have a caregiver and we don't always cook because sometimes one of them doesn't really do so good but I could instruct her how to make these. 🙂 Reply That is actually the exact brand of curry I would buy and cook plain before eating with rice to make it a little more tasteful when I was studying abroad in Japan ;u;" (my college decided to screw me over on my financial aid last minute, so I survived in Japan with maybe about $800 for four months). Regardless, I'll have to try this recipe soon! Reply Make sticky bean like Kyoto beans Reply Duuuuudeeeee this is brilliant! Reply This is genius! Reply We do this in Korea with kimchi and pork, or bulgogi, or spicy sweet bulgogi….its so good!!! So I bet it will taste so good with teriyaki, or niku jaga, or anything that's really hearty and savory! Like eel!! Reply This is a great cheat! Reply Can we use curry powder? Reply I'm eating this right now as i'm watching this video. Reply Ooooo yum! Reply Lol so basically this is a recipe for the lazy ones… xD Reply thanks for the recipe, it was my first time making curry bread and it was really delicious. My only suggestion is to increase the ratio of water when you make the flour paste Reply GENIUS! I'm going to try and make this tomorrow xD Reply Looks so easy.for sure my kids will love it.I tried some of your recipe and my family enjoy it curry pan its like empanada here in Philippines .but I like your curry pan. Reply This is a gadget from Pampered Chef that we used back in the states. Its a round cutter and crimper to make crust-less sandwiches. They actually come in two sizes, I think this one is the larger of the two sizes. An idea for you in the future. The link is from Amazon so not sure if you will be able to see it or not.https://www.amazon.com/Pampered-Chef-Medium-2-Inch-1195/dp/B0016A680E Reply What a really fun and simple way to make something that can be super complicated. Awesome recipe! Reply Looks like the best McDonald's apple pie ever ☺ Reply Delicious ! Favorite ! Reply Looks like a fluffy hot pocket with really good crust Reply My mom told me bread crust gives you autism. Reply Looks sooo good! I have some Vermont Curry at home. This looks like a nice "first time try out" recipe for a weekend. 🙂 Y'all can cook, for real. Your recipes look so good! 🙂 Reply Nice! Reply …how do I make roux if I'm not able to buy it online?I'm not able to buy it either Reply I use to make curry bread all the time it was so good Reply LOVE THIS VIDEO!! THANK YOU Reply Are you guys making yummy noises? I can't wait to make thus! Reply that crunch was so satisfying to listen to…. Reply this is so simple,someone whondoesnt know how to properly cook can't mess this up cx Reply With your technique we can try to fill with pizza topping, Piroshiki filling, Nikuman filling….the list goes on and on. Thanks for posting this. Reply Didn't think it could be this easy! Reply if i am making kare rice will it be 2 cubes for 1 serving? Reply Could we bake or pan fry instead of deep frying? Reply Great idea!! will definitely make it.. Reply Wow! I love this hack with white bread. You made the steps of this recipe not only delicious to watch but easy to follow-Thanks You Guys! Reply That looks so good! I'm definitely going to have a go at making it! Reply Made it and it turned out very good! Thanks for the recipe! Reply me and my sister made this last night and it turned out really yummy! I added a bit more curry powder and garam masala. also if u find that the bread slice is breaking, I suggest flattening it a bit with a rolling pin. I also think it tastes even better the next day! currently eating one while I type this lol. thanks TabiEats! Reply So clever! Reply Trank you very much for this nice recipe, I will definetely try it myself 😸I Love you guys and I really hate it to say, but I have to : the Makro shots are awful to watch, please Zoom out more.. . Reply YASSSSSS! FINALLY! 😍 Thank you ❤️❤️ Reply おいしそう、これは自分でも作ってみたいです！それにしても、切り落としたパンの耳を見るたびに、揚げて砂糖をまぶしておやつに食べたくなる。笑 Reply maybe can use cookie cutter to make round?? i like the recipe..what is dish you been wanting too try but cant get japan?? Reply This looks so delicious – Thank you both so much. Your videos are always so enjoyable! Reply おぉ、カレーパン!! おいらは甘辛が好きですｷｯﾊﾟﾘ Reply Can you guys try making the Pablo Cheese Tart? Reply ピロシキやカレーパン 、年に何度か作りますが、油の中で爆発多いですよね(^_^;) 食パンに あんなに簡単なつなぎでイイんですね?!ちょっとビックリ。このレシピ海外の方 メッチャ喜んでそう♪♪ Reply Please do make Chanko Nabe 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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