We had our son’s 12th birthday party at home a few weeks ago. 12 children came to the party and 9 children stayed the night.
We had a market in the morning so we had to get up at 4:30 in the morning on that day. SO…I made a really quick and easy dinner for the party. It was a lovely sunny day so they swam in our swimming pool and had dinner next to the pool.
I always make all the food for parties
One of the dishes was rice pizza (our son’s request) ↓↓
Rice Pizza Recipe
Combine 2 cups cooked koshi/sushi rice, 3 tbsp SAORI Sesame & Soya Japanese Sauce & two tbsp corn flour in a large bowl and mix well. Then put the rice mixture on a baking sheet on a baking tray (about 1cm thickness). Place any pizza topping on the rice. I topped with tomato, cheese and basil from my garden. Bake it in the oven at 180℃ for 15-20 minutes until the cheese is melted and golden brown. Option – serve with chilli flakes and/or olive oil. BTW…this is a great alternative for gluten intolerant people.
Related Item SAORI GOMA ( Sesame Sauce) ↓↓
Another dish was Chicken stir-fry in SAORI Ponzu Sauce
This dish takes only 10 minutes to cook. Check out some feed backfrom our son’s friends who ate it….
“Saori! This is the BEST party I’ve ever come to! This chicken……mmmmmmm!”
” You should be a chef, Saori”
“Mmmmm… I wish my mum could cook like you”
Chicken stir-fry in SAORI Ponzu Sauce Recipe
Two free range chicken thighs – cubed
2-3 tbsp SAORI Ponzu Sauce
1 tbsp corn flour
1 tbsp olive oil
pepper and salt to taste
salad mix, rocket etc
option -one lemon or lime
1: stir- fry chicken in olive oil for a few minutes
2: flavour with SAORI Ponzu Sauce and continue to cook for another few minutes
3: once the chicken is cooked, stir in the mixture of 1 tbsp corn flour & 1 tbsp water to make it thicken. Continue to cook for 1 minute.
4: add salt and pepper to taste
5: serve on salad mix. I used my home grown rocket for this.
6: squeeze on lemon or lime for that extra zing!
Related Item SAORI Ponzu Sauce ↓↓
I also baked his birthday cake the night before the party and one of his friends came to the kitchen and helped me to decorate it.
We sent the kids down to the cherry tree and told them to help themselves. Lots of red faces and fingers after that adventure.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE homemade parties. Do kid’s parties need junk food? They barely touched the little bit of junk food sitting on the table!
SAORI Premium Japanese Sauce – based in Melbourne, Australia
You can check delicious Japanese recipes from here ↓↓
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