Seafood Doria Recipe (Baked Creamy White Sauce Poured over Rice)

We are making Seafood Doria, in which a creamy white sauce with seafood and mushrooms is poured over rice and baked. Enjoy the savory taste of the seafood. This is so creamy, rich and delicious!

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Course Main Dish, Rice
Cuisine Japanese
Cook Time 80 minutes
Servings
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Course Main Dish, Rice
Cuisine Japanese
Cook Time 80 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
  • 20g Butter
  • 2tbsp Cake Floursubstitute: all purpose flour
  • 300ml Milk
  • 1/2tsp Salt
  • White Pepper
  • 1 Bay Leaf
  • 80g Onionsroughly chopped
  • 50g Mushroomsshiitake and shimeji
  • 100g Seafood Mixfrozen
  • 1tbsp White Wine
  • 180ml Rice
  • 60g Onionschopped
  • 30g Carrotschopped
  • 1/3 Chicken Consomme Cubeor chicken bouillon cube
  • 30g Pizza Cheese
  • 1/2tbsp Butter
  • Parsley Leaves
  • Salt
  • White Pepper
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Instructions * Click image to start slideshow.
  1. First, cook the rice with a slightly less amount of water. To the rice, add the carrot, onion and the crumbled chicken bouillon cube.
  2. Distribute the vegetables on the surface. To help cook the rice evenly, don’t combine the mixture but leave all the vegetables on top.
  3. Now, let’s cook the white sauce. Rinse the seafood under running to help it thaw. Rinsing the seafood under running water will help it to thaw.
  4. Place the seafood into the heated pan and distribute evenly. Add the white wine and the white pepper. Cover and lightly simmer the seafood.
  5. Uncover and stir until the seafood is almost cooked. It will be completely cooked when you make the white sauce later. Now, reserve the seafood in a bowl.
  6. Now, clean the pan with a paper towel. Place the butter into the pan and turn the heat to low.
  7. When the butter is melted, add the roughly chopped onion. Saute until it softens.
  8. Then, add the cake flour or all-purpose flour. Combine the mixture. The flour easily burns so make sure to reduce the heat to low.
  9. Thoroughly saute the onion until the flour is completely cooked as shown. Now, add the shiitake and shimeji mushrooms and continue to stir-fry.
  10. When the mushrooms are coated with the oil evenly, add the cold milk. With a balloon whisk, combine the mixture. Using chilled milk will help the sauce mix evenly.
  11. When it becomes smooth, add the bay leaf. Then, reduce the sauce. To avoid burning, make sure to continue stirring on low heat.
  12. When it reaches the desired consistency as shown, season with the salt and the white pepper. Mix and test the flavor of the sauce.
  13. Then, add the seafood mix. Stir and cook the seafood completely.
  14. Now, the white sauce is ready.
  15. And now, let’s bake the seafood doria. Add the butter to the mixed rice. Lightly mix to combine.
  16. Place the rice in a gratin dish.
  17. Ladle the white sauce and ingredients onto the rice.
  18. And cover the sauce with the pizza cheese.
  19. Heat a toaster oven to 200 °C (392 °F). Bake the doria for about 7 to 8 minutes until the surface is browned.
  20. Now, remove the doria. Garnish with the parsley leaves and it is ready to serve.
Recipe Notes
  • The doria uses lots of cheese so we recommend lightly seasoning the sauce and the rice.
  • If the pizza cheese is too heavy for you, you can also use grated Parmesan cheese.
  • Alternatively, you can season the rice with ketchup and use chicken instead of the seafood.

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Would this be possible without baking?