How To Cook An Omelette Homemade


How To Cook An Omelette

How To Cook An Omelette - A typical food originating from Japan, another name for this food is often called Omurice. This fried rice menu is a blend of egg omelet with rice, with ingredients that are not much different from fried rice with egg, the difference is in the appearance or form of presentation.

Omurice is served with a unique appearance, namely rice wrapped in eggs. But now omurice appears in a different form of presentation, namely fried rice covered with omelet. Omurice has a very delicious appearance. Fried rice arranged in such a way as presented on a plate. Omelet that is still hot and then placed on it.

Next, what's interesting about fried rice with an omelet on top? Omurice serves an omelet that manages to balance itself on fried rice. With the accuracy of the right cooks making this dish very unique in the eyes of culinary connoisseurs.

Omelet Fried Rice Japanese
Motokichi Yukimura
What makes this omurice so unique is that when the omelet is split with a knife, the outside of the omelet will open, and the inside of the egg, which is still undercooked, will be visible and will cover the entire fried rice underneath.

This presentation innovation was created by a Japanese chef, Motokichi Yukimura, which is sold at the Kichi Kichi restaurant located in Kyoto. Omurice is much loved by culinary lovers, and it is proven that the restaurant is always crowded with visitors. Not a few who capture the cooking moments of the chef who are entertaining and charming.

The egg innovation that surrounds fried rice is relatively smart, and the article is to make the egg texture that is different between outside and inside is very difficult. However, if you want to enjoy Omurice and haven't been able to make Omurice a la Motokichi Yukimura-style chef, you can try to make Omurice with the appearance of a classic dish wrapped in eggs. Guaranteed pleasure and delicacy is not inferior to Omurice covered in eggs.

Here is how to cook an omelette:


Ingredients omelet fried rice japanese:

  • Chicken or beef or sausage, which is cut into pieces
  • 1/4 large onion or 1 small onion, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 3 tablespoons tomato sauce (tomato ketchup)
  • Vegetables (carrots, beans, broccoli, peas or according to their respective preferences, all mixed)
  • Cooking oil
  • Cooked white rice
  • 2 eggs, beat well and add a little salt
  • Salt to taste
  • Pepper to taste

Steps to make it:

  1. Heat the butter in a skillet, add a little oil (approximately 1 tsp).
  2. Enter the meat, cook until the meat starts to change color (about 1-2 minutes).
  3. Add the chopped onion, cook, until the onion turns transparent.
  4. Enter the vegetables, cook until the vegetables begin to wither, then add the cooked white rice. Mix well and cook for about 2 minutes (add salt and pepper).
  5. Push the rice to one side on the pan so that there is little space, add the tomato sauce, leave it for about 30 seconds, then stir well with the rice and cook for 1-2 minutes.
  6. Put the rice in a small bowl (rice bowl), or if it's not available, it can be served directly on a dinner plate.
  7. Turn down the heat.
  8. In an empty pan, add a little oil (about 1 tsp), then lightly pat it with the tissue while flattening it so that the oil becomes like drops of water that spread out at the bottom of the pan.
  9. Lift the pan slightly from the flame with one hand (left), pour the egg with the other hand (right), while the left-hand makes a circular motion so that the eggs that are poured are spread evenly in the pan.
  10. Put the pan briefly back on the fire, then lift it slightly and turn the pan again. Keep doing it until the eggs look cooked enough at the bottom.
  11. Turn off the heat, let stand briefly while moving rice from the bowl to the plate by turning the bowl to the plate so that the rice is round.
  12. Lift the egg sheet and place it on top of the rice, wrap the rice.
  13. If you like tomato sauce, you can add tomato sauce on top of the egg before eating.
  14. Omurice is ready to serve.

That's the recipe for making Omelet Fried Rice Japanese (Omurice), good luck!

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