Omurice (japanese Omelette Rice)

Japanese omelette rice

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Step 1:

  • –3 stages–
  • Step 2:

  • Step 3:

  • -stage 1-
  • Step 4:

  • cook the rice, cook as much as you want as you still get to decide how much of the rice you want to use at stage 2.
  • Step 5:

  • while you are waiting for the rice, cut the chicken into small pieces (like diced).
  • Step 6:

  • also cut your onions and other ingredients such as carrots and mushrooms (if you are including those)
  • Step 7:

  • Step 8:

  • -stage 2- (after rice has been cooked)
  • Step 9:

  • oil on a frying pan, when it’s hot put in the onions. Make sure the pan is big enough as you will need to put the rice in there later.
  • Step 10:

  • cook till it is about to get brown then throw the chicken in and add salt and pepper.
  • Step 11:

  • cook the chicken until it is fully cooked, then you can throw in your optional ingredients (carrots and mushrooms).
  • Step 12:

  • then add rice to the frying pan, add as much as you want just ensure there’s enough meat so you don’t lose all the flavour.
  • Step 13:

  • (with 500g of meat you can normally cook for 3-4 people).
  • Step 14:

  • stir around for a bit to mix the rice with the chicken and onion.
  • Step 15:

  • when it is fully mixed, add tomato sauce (depending on how salty/sweet you want it).
  • Step 16:

  • after adding tomato sauce, mix it again.
  • Step 17:

  • when it is all fully mixed, take it off the heat.
  • Step 18:

  • Step 19:

  • -stage 3-
  • Step 20:

  • crack you eggs into a bowl mix it a little, not too much.
  • Step 21:

  • pour some of the mix into a hot pan to make your ‘omelette’.
  • Step 22:

  • only cook one side of it and do not fully cook it. Make sure the top side is still a bit raw.
  • Step 23:

  • then portion the rice and chicken mix in stage 2 and with each portion add the omelette you cooked on top of it.
  • Step 24:

  • Step 25:

  • voila you are done!