Stuffed Rolled Omelette - Mawaru Penguindrum

To be perfectly honest, I don’t really like eggs.  I never have.  However, Kanba’s and Shoma’s rolled omelettes in Mawaru Penguindrum just looked.  So.  Good.  And I’ll eat anything once.  I’ve tried making plain rolled omelettes before, and just as a warning, it’s tricky.  You need to make sure the egg cooks through, but at the same time, is still raw enough to all stick together.  Don’t forget Kanba’s super special technique of adding chili oil to the egg!


  • 3 Eggs
  • ½ Cup Spinach, Chopped
  • 1/3 Cup Grated Mozzarella
  • 2 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
  • 1 Teaspoon Chili Oil
  • 1 Teaspoon Maple Syrup
  • 1 Tablespoon Sugar (Optional)
  • ¼ Teaspoon Dashi Powder (Optional)
  • Vegetable or Olive Oil


  1. Heat up a small pan (preferably with high sides) on low-medium heat.  Once the pan is hot, add about 2 tablespoons of vegetable or olive oil.
  2. Break the eggs into a small bowl, add the dashi powder, chili oil, sugar, and 1 tablespoon of the soy sauce, and beat the eggs with a fork.
  3. When the oil in the pan is hot, pour half of the egg mixture into the pan.  Swirl/Spread the egg around the pan so that it fills the bottom, and  then sprinkle half of the spinach and mozzarella over the egg.
  4. Let the under side of the egg slowly cook.  Then, using a spatula (or even two spatulas), lift up a 1 inch portion of the egg and fold it over the top.  Let the egg cook a little bit, and then repeat folding the egg, until it’s all rolled up.
  5. Push the rolled omelette back to the other side of the pan, and pour the rest of the egg in.  Sprinkle the last of the spinach and cheese onto the egg, and repeat step 4 using the already rolled egg as the inside.
  6. Let the rolled omelette slowly cook in the pan until the wider sides are nice and browned.
  7. Take the omelette out, and slice it into half inch slices.  Mix together the maple syrup and the last of the soy sauce, and pour on top of the rolled omelette.

I’ve started my trek into cooking every single recipe that Sebastian made in Kuroshitsuji. And I totally didn’t reread the entire manga (although this picture isn’t actually from the manga)  just so that I could save the pages that had food on them and put them away in a folder somewhere… Oh, wait. Actually, I did. But still, totally not obsessed.

And here’s my first one! It’s a Victoria Sponge cake, which translates into something very easy to make.

I hope I got the likeness pretty well, even if I did add a bit too much whipped cream. I can’t help it. The stuff if just so delicious. Yum.

Anyway, I hope you all like it, and I’ll be posting a tutorial for it soon.

Kitchen Princess Milk Tea Flavored Gelato

Anime: Kitchen Princess
Appearance: Manga
Time: 2hours 35 mins
Serving: 2-3 (which trust you’ll want to double this)

This was a request, which I am super happy to fulfill!! I love tea and ice cream so I was excited to give this a try. I LOVED it! I suggest doubling the recipe this def didnt last long lol


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Fish Pie - Kiki’s Delivery Service

Howdy y'all!  The mysterious roommate here, and I’m going to tell you all about dis fish pie hurr! Remember in Kiki’s Delivery Service when Kiki helped the lovely ladies made this fancy fish pie for their granddaughter’s birthday?  Well, this was just like that time… but different.  My mom was in town, and the purveyor of this blog and I decided to make some yummy dinner for us all.  And the best part of all was that she didn’t turn up her nose and say, “Oh… another one of those crummy fish pies again,” in fact, she loved it!  I even got to make the fish on top!  That was the best part about it.


  • 4 fillets of herring, or 3 fillets of another larger, white fish (we used rockfish, you could use sole, tilapia, or cod)
  • 1 leek
  • 1 medium while onion
  • 1 carrot
  • 5 medium potatoes (bakers or russets)
  • 2 cups spinach
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 tablespoons deli style or whole ground mustard
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 3 cups milk
  • 2 tablespoons salt
  • 2 tablespoons pepper


  1. Cut up the potatoes and put them in a pot of boiling water.  Boil for about 5 minutes, then add in two eggs and boil for 5 more minutes.  Take out the eggs, and strain the potatoes.  Then mash the potatoes in a bowl with 2/3 cup of milk.
  2. Add the mashed potatoes to the bottom of your casserole dish, saving about 1 potato worth of mash in the bowl.
  3. Slice all of the vegetables and the hardboiled eggs and saute them in a pan with some oil or butter and the bay leaves.
  4. Add in the rest of the milk, the mashed potato that you saved, mustard, salt and pepper.  Cook everything on medium heat stirring occasionally, until the milk reaches a thick consistency, then add it into the casserole pan.  Remember to remove the bay leaves.
  5. Cut the fish fillets into 3 inch wide chunks, and then add it into the casserole pan.
  6. Unroll the pie crust and put it on top.  You can cut it into strips, and cut out a fish if you want to make it like the one in Kiki’s Delivery Service.  Once you finish covering the casserole pan with the pie crust, beat an egg and brush it on top of the pie crust.
  7. Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 20-30 minutes, or until the crust is to your liking.

((Okay guys I have to get offline now because I have to go and make the dough for my Kare Pan (Curry bread) . This is sorta my second attempt at it today so wish me luck!

Oh and yes I put chocolate in my curry just like Sebastian did in the anime/manga. Its really good and it makes the curry really creamy and more put together. ))

ps. photo is not mine. just found it on we heart it. I have yet to take a photo of my own curry pan. :) wish me luck!


“HOLY BALL SACKS I AM IN THE MOOD FOR SOME DELICIOUS FUCKING GARLIC BREAD” you scream, cradling your Super Sonico figure and reaching for your phone to call up Dominos or some shit.

Well hey, hold the fuck up, we’re gonna not do that today, because we want to eat garlic bread that we made ourselves with real, delicious, actual ingredients. 

I decided I was going to show you my own special way of making roasted garlic, and then I was like, you know what? Sure your followers are all ridiculous piece of trash weeaboos, but they come here for anime recipes and gosh darn it you are going to give it to them.

So I decided along with teaching you how to make delicious roasted garlic, I’m also gonna teach you how to make some delicious fucking garlic bread with those Shingeki no Mini Loaves I taught you how to make.

Try not to shit your pants over this perfection, it’s hard I know, but believe in yourself because you’re about to make some top grade shit.


Delicious Fucking Garlic Toast
(servings: 4 slices)


  • 4 round slices of french bread
  • 2 cloves of roasted garlic
  • 4 Tbsp unsalted butter
  • 1 clove raw garlic, minced
  • 2 Tbsp olive oil
  • 1 Tbsp oregano, minced
  • 4 Tbsp parmesan cheese (optional)
  • olive oil for drizzling onto roasted garlic
  • An underground cave to eat these in (because I swear every time you make this shit people fucking smell it from 100 miles away and they stalk you like fucking blood hounds god damn)

Procedure for Roasting Garlic-

  • Preheat the oven to 375 F
  • Take a bulb of garlic and cut off the top, enough for tops of the cloves to show. It’s basically like watching a strip tease, but like with garlic. Damn. What a turn on.
  • Take a sheet of foil large enough to wrap up the garlic and drizzle a circle of olive oil in the middle of it. Place the garlic cut side down on the olive oil and then drizzle some more olive oil over the top of the bulb.
  • Wrap the entire bulb up in the tin foil and throw that shit in the oven for like 30 minutes.
  • Take it out of the oven after the times up, give it 10 minutes to cool and then it’s totes ready to use.*

*Fun fact, you can eat the cloves whole too, no joke. pour a little more olive oil on top, sprinkle sea salt on, squeeze out a clove and pop it in your mouth. You can also spread this shit like butter, it’s like hella soft too. Guys, I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again. Roasted Garlic is Love. Roasted Garlic is Life.

Procedure for Garlic Toast-

  • Preheat the oven 375 F
  • Combine butter and roasted garlic with a fork, add the minced garlic, oregano and olive oil. Stir the shit until it’s basically a fucking liquid. (My mom says I curse too much, I think i’m just bad to the bone)
  • Use a pastry brush to cover the four slices in the butter garlic sauce
  • sprinkle slices with parmesan (this is optional, you don’t even have to use it all if you don’t want).
  • pair two slices together, closing them like a sandwich with the buttered sides facing each other. Wrap each ‘sandwich’ in tin foil and bake for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Take out after 15 minutes and open the foil, place the slices on a baking sheet and bake for 5 more minutes, or until slightly browned, OR just browned to your liking, idk some of my friends like this shit hella burnt. 
  • Turn on a really sad anime as you eat these. Use it as a coping mechanism. I’m no psychologist but I’d say this is a pretty healthy method of dealing with emotions.



What a wild ride. Friend, you did it, you’re such a rad person, wow. So cool.

My mom told me I had to be nicer to you guys on here so I’m not really sure what else to say.

Have fun reading your 'mangos’ and playing with those unique body pillows with a naked picture of your virtual spouse and/or waifu on it. 

Also, try making these tomorrow if you have the time, they’ll really help you deal with the outcome of the last samurai flamenco episode and whether or not the homo end is confirmed.  Eat your feelings, do it, I took a psychology class I know this stuff. 


Omurice - Hanasaku Iroha

Omurice, believe it or not, is a simplistic, classic dish.  Someone once wrote that it is the Japanese answer to a grilled cheese sandwich: nostalgic, easy, and perfect for brunches and kids’ breakfasts.  So, for someone trying to be as professional with their cooking and impress their crush, it makes sense for Minko to shoot down the omurice idea for her menu. On the other hand, this filling meal is probably a perfect (and delicious) way to let a person know that you like them.  Either way, omurice is a wonderful dish to start off your morning or afternoon.


  • 1 ½ cups of cooked white rice (following this recipe if you can)
  • 1 small, boneless chicken breast
  • 2 mushrooms
  • ½ onion
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 2 tablespoons ketchup
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • Salt
  • Vegetable or olive oil


  1. Chop up the mushrooms, onions, garlic, and chicken.  I recommend cooking the chicken in the oven a bit, first, with some seasonings (I just use salt, pepper, and some curry powder), so you won’t have to worry about raw chicken.
  2. Heat up some oil in the pan (USE A MEDIUM/SMALL PAN.  A little smaller than the size of your plate is good. This is important for the egg) to medium low.  Once the oil is hot, add the vegetables and the chicken with 2 teaspoons of the ketchup and 2 teaspoons of the soy sauce.
  3. Once the onion becomes clear, add in the rice, and the rest of the ketchup and soy sauce.  Mix everything together.  Once the rice is hot, and thoroughly mixed with the other ingredients, put it all in a bowl and set aside.
  4. Put a small amount of oil in the pan, and then pour the beaten eggs into the pan.  Lift up the pan and tilt it around in a circle so that the egg covers all sides of the pan.  Let the egg cook, occasionally lifting up the egg from the sides of the pan to make sure it doesn’t stick.  If you can manage it, flip the egg sheet over to cook on the other side.  If you can’t, then just turn the heat down to low and wait for the egg to cook all the way through.  You can try to cook the rice into the omlette before it cooks through, but I find it difficult to transfer to the plate if I do it that way.
  5. Once the egg sheet is cooked, place it onto your plate.  Move it so it is only on one half of the plate (it should be falling off the edge.  Just fold it over or roll that part up for the time being).  Place the rice in the middle of the plate, over a bit of the egg sheet.  Then fold the egg sheet over the top of the rice, and tuck it under the other side of the rice.  Put some ketchup on your finished omurice.

Voila!  You’re done!  The fun thing about omurice is drawing decorations or writing things with the ketchup.  Just as a warning, it is a lot harder to do this than you would think.  Some common things written on omurice in Japan (which you might want to consider):

すき - I like you!
大すき - I like you a lot / I love you
おいしいよ - This is delicious!
おはよう - Good morning!
オムライス - Omurice!
チユー! - Mwah!


What You’ll Need

Ingredients (makes 6 cups)

2 medium sized eggs

220cc milk

40g sugar

Caramel Sauce

40g sugar

one tablespoon water


Small pot, spoon, pudding cups, bowl, whisk, sieve, ladle, steamer (or a large pot and a steaming rack), towel, mittens



  1. Fill the bottom of the steamer with water and heat it


  1. Make the caramel sauce. Place sugar and water in small pot and place on medium heat, swirl the contents inside the pot by rolling your wrist. When it turns a caramel color, stop the heat and spoon the sauce into the cups. If it hardens, place it back on the heat to make it soft. It’s okay if it doesn’t cover the entire bottom of the cup.

  2. Crack the eggs into a bowl and add sugar. Mix it with a whip as if you’re writing the kanji for yen. Pores will form if you whip it so be careful not to whip it. Pores will make the pudding bad. 

  3. Place milk in a pot on medium heat and warm it just until it bubbles. Slowly pour the milk into the egg mixture and mix it at the same time so as to not scramble the eggs.

  4. Sieve the custard into another bowl and ladle into the 6 pudding cups.

  5. When the steamer has steam coming out, stop the heat temporarily and transfer the cups on to the rack. Cover it and summer on low heat for 20 minutes. It’s okay to use a pot as a steamer as long as the water doesn’t exceed the steam rack inside.

  6. If you poke it gently with a finger, when it’s soft and flabby, and it springs back then it’s done. Cool it down completely before gently pushing down around the rim of the cup with your fingers to loosen the pudding. Place a plate upside down against the rim and flip it over to take out the pudding. 

Almond Chocolates - Kimi ni Todoke

Valentine’s day.  No event feels more girly and like a shoujo show than Valentine’s day.  In the US, the gifts are given by both genders, but in Japan, Valentine’s day is the day for just girls to give chocolates to the object of their affections.  Of course, there is what’s known as obligatory chocolates–the sweets one is expected to give to friends, coworkers, and superiors–but the handmade chocolate is what you are susposed to save for that special someone.  Sometimes, the distinction between the two types of gifts is a bit confusing, and Sawako finds out in the second season of Kimi ni Todoke.  However, the chocolates she makes for everyone is the perfect simple gift, for Valentine’s day, or otherwise.

Makes about 26 chocolates


  • 1 12oz. package of dark chocolate chips
  • ¾ cup whole almonds
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 package small foil (or paper) cups for candy
  • Double boiler.  If you don’t have one, you can fashion one using a deep pan full of water and a glass or aluminum bowl.  Just fill up the pan ¾ of the way with water, put the bowl in the middle, and keep the water hot, but not boiling.


  1. Spread all the almonds out on a pan and place in a warm (170°F to 200°F) oven.  Let them toast in there until they become aromatic.
  2. Pour all the chocolate chips into the bowl of the double boiler.  Add the oil, salt, and vanilla, and let the chocolate begin to melt.  Stir it occasionally.
  3. Take ¼ cup of the almonds and chop them finely.  Once the chocolate has melted all the way, add the chopped almonds, and mix it together.
  4. Set out all the wrappers you’ll need, and slowly begin spooning the chocolate into each wrapper.  It can be a little messy until you get the hang of it.  After filling each wrapper with chocolate, add one or two of the whole almonds on top.  You can also add sprinkles instead, if you would like.
  5. Once all the wrappers are full, place them all in the fridge to cool and solidify.

Soup and Sandwich Bento


Tomato Soup

2 cm carrots

3 small bunches of broccoli

1 small potato

1 hot dog

12 g fafelle pasta

150ml tomato juice

1 stock cube

1 table spoon milk

a little salt

olive oil

salt pepper

Tuna-Mayo Bread

1 roll

1 tablespoon tuna

1 teaspoon mayonnaise

green salad leaf



Tomato Soup

  1. Cut the broccoli in half, slice the hot dog into 1cm thick slices
  2. Peel the potato and cut it into 1cm cubes. Soak in water
  3. Slice the carrot into 5mm round pieces.
  4. Put some olive oil in a pot and heat it up, and then put the hot dogs in
  5. Once the hot dogs have cooked, put the broccoli, potato, and carrot in.
  6. Once the veggies have simmered for a bit, add the tomato juice and then simmer more. 
  7. Once it’s simmered some more, add the stock cube and the pasta. Let it stew on a low heat for 12-13 minutes.
  8. To finished, add milk, salt, pepper, and sugar to taste.

Tuna-mayo bread

  1. Drain oil from the tuna, and the add the mayonnaise. 
  2. Cut along the side of the r-ll, spread butter inside the roll.
  3. Insert the salad leaf and tuna mayo into the roll. 

Kotetsu’s Everything-But-The-Kitchen-Sink Fried Rice - Tiger & Bunny

What could be more perfect of a bachelor food than fried rice?  It’s cheap, easy, filling, and good.  So it always seemed rather fitting that Kotetsu’s favorite food would be fried rice.  That said, I’d like to imagine that Kotetsu would show no restraint when it comes to deciding what to add to the rice.  That’s where this recipe comes in.  It’s got just about any vegetable you’d want to add to a basic fried rice and a handful of different meats.  And best of all?  You can make it on the cheap with canned, frozen, and prepackaged foods.

I made up this recipe before Hero Gossips published the official recipe, but they’re pretty similar, so I figured I might as well post mine.  Also, as you probably remember from the second to last episode, Barnaby had been practicing making fried rice, too, so hopefully I can get a recipe up for his version of the dish.


  • 1 ½ cup uncooked white rice (or about 3 cups of precooked white rice)
  • ½ cup carrot, chopped
  • ¼ cup mushrooms, chopped
  • ½ small onion, chopped
  • ¼ cup celery, chopped
  • ½ cup peas
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup meat (I used 1/3 chicken, 1/3 canned shrimp, 1/3 sliced lunchmeat ham, but you can use whatever is handy)
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoon mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon fish sauce (optional, replace with more soy sauce if you don’t have any)
  • ¼ teaspoon fresh ginger (optional)
  • Vegetable oil


  1. Cook the rice in a medium sized pot, following this recipe, if you can.  If you can cook this the day before, hours before, or use leftover rice, all the better.  While using freshly cooked rice isn’t bad, a lot of people find using leftover rice to be preferable.
  2. Heat a wok or large frying pan up to medium-high.  Once hot, add about 2 tablespoons of oil.
  3. Once the oil is hot, add any raw meat you might be using (i.e. raw chicken breast, fresh shrimp).  Once it has cooked through, add all of the vegetables, garlic, ginger and the pre-cooked meat.
  4. Once the vegetables are cooked (the onion should be kind of clear looking), mix in the mayo.  Once you finish mixing, take the veggies/meat/mayo out of the pan, and set it aside in a bowl.
  5. Quickly scramble the egg in the wok.  Once the egg is cooked, mix in the rice, the veggies/meat/mayo mixture, and add the soy sauce and fish sauce.
  6. Stir everything together until all the ingredients are thoroughly mixed, and the rice is hot.