I made this for me and a friend. We both enjoyed it, had two plates each (with rice) on the first evening that it was made, and then ate the leftovers for breakfast. It’s definitely best hot and fresh, and not too spicy. The amount of vegetables is just what I used. You can add more or less, if you’d like. I recommend adding an onion or two (if small) also, and the broccoli is definitely optional. It tasted better than I thought it would, but I only added it because a teacher gave me the broccoli and I needed to use it before it spoiled. Broccoli is healthy and really did go well in this curry, so you might like to try it, too.
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You can make this with other greens, too, like swiss chard. It’s pretty much the swiss chard recipe, with some carrots.
It was over ten years ago when I first went to a Japanese hibachi, and the only time I went there to dine with my mother. I remember the chef squirting something onto the grill and then tossing on the carrots. When I bit into them, they were so sweet it was almost like warm candy. I loved them, and Japanese hibachi became my favorite. Since then, I’ve learned how to make sweet, honey carrots. It’s not the same as boiled carrots with honey. This is much better. I’ve also added spices, raisins, and apples to the cooking process, too. It’s so delicious (with the apples and raisins) that it’s like a dessert.