Hayashi rice" with no roux required
Here is a recipe for "Hayashi Rice" which is easy to make without roux. Full of the flavor of canned tomatoes and Worcestershire sauce.
Material ( For 2 persons ) Cooking time 15minutes
beef offcuts 200g (7.05oz)
onion (edible plant, Allium cepa) 1/2 piece
brown beech mushroom (Hypsizygus marmoreus) 1 bag
potato starch small quantity
garlic chute small quantity
salad oil 1 tablespoon
canned tomatoes 200g (7.05oz)
Worcestershire sauce 3 tablespoons
catsup 2 tablespoons
soy sauce 1 teaspoon
Tomato Can Hayashi Rice

Here is a recipe for "Hayashi Rice" that is easy to make without roux. It is also a great way to consume ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, and other condiments that tend to be left over in the refrigerator.


200 g beef offcuts
1/2 onion
1 bag of shimeji mushrooms
A few garlic cloves
1 tablespoon salad oil
200 g canned tomatoes
3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoons ketchup
1 teaspoon soy sauce
A pinch of potato starch


Cut onion into thin slices and beef into bite-sized pieces. Remove the kernels from the shimeji mushrooms and separate into small clusters.

Saute beef and onion in a pan with garlic and salad oil. When the meat changes color, add shimeji mushrooms and saute further.

Tomato Can Hayashi Rice

Add [A] to the pot, mix, and cook for 3 minutes.

Tomato Can Hayashi Rice

Working time is about 15 minutes. Serve the rice on a large plate with hashed rice and a salad on the side for a café-style dish.

Tomato Can Hayashi Rice

What does it taste like?

The rich flavor is infused with the goodness of Worcestershire sauce and ketchup. The more you chew the beef, the more the flavor layers on top of each other, creating a luxurious feeling. Thanks to the acidity of the tomatoes, the aftertaste is somewhat refreshing. If you do not like acidity, add a little honey when making this dish for a milder taste.

Tomato Can Hayashi Rice

It is a new discovery that it is so easy to make delicious hashed rice without having to buy a roux. Please give it a try!