Tuesday, 8 October 2013

日式蛋包饭 ~ Omurice ( オムライス )

食谱取自 Just One cookbook
中型洋葱半粒 切碎
鸡肉 , 切成半寸厚
橄榄油 1汤匙
玉米粒+青豆+红箩卜(杂菜)   半杯

冷饭  1
番茄酱  1汤匙
酱油  1茶匙

大鸡蛋 1
鲜奶  1汤匙
橄榄油 1汤匙
芝士丝  3汤匙


1 烧热1汤匙的橄榄油,爆香洋葱至软。然后加入鸡肉煮至熟。


3 加入番茄酱和酱油,试味。盛入碟,备用。








6.  左手握着锅柄将锅向上反扣,蛋皮包裹着米饭就被反扣在盘子上。蛋饼皮上挤点番茄酱。

Recipe source : Just One cookbook

Omurice (オムライス)

1/2 medium onion , chopped
1 chicken meat , cut into  1/2 inch pieces
1 tbsp  olive oil
1/2 cup mixed vegetables
Freshly ground black pepper
1 cup cooked Japanese rice
1 tbsp Ketchup and more for decoration
1 tsp soy sauce

Omelette (per person) :
1 large egg
1 tbsp  milk
1 tbsp olive oil (per person)
3 tbsp cheese (your favorite cheese )

Method :
1. Heat 1 Tbsp. of oil on a non-stick skillet and start sautéing the onion. Once the onion is soft, add chicken and cook until no longer pink.

2. Add mixed vegetables and salt and pepper. Add the rice and break into small pieces.

3. Add Ketchup and soy sauce and mix well. Transfer the rice to a plate and wash the skillet.

For omelette :

1.     Whisk the egg and milk in a small bowl.

2.    Heat the non-stick skillet on medium high and apply a layer of oil GENEROUSLY with oil-soaked paper towel. You need to make sure that oil is nicely applied in order to slide the egg off the pan later on.

3.    Pour the egg mixture into the skillet when the surface of the skillet is hot.
Quickly swirl the egg mixture around the pan and lower the heat as soon as the egg mixture is half solid.

4.    Put the cheese and the fried rice mixture on top. Use the spatula to fold both side toward the middle and shift the pan to move the omurice to the edge of the skillet.

5.    Hold the serving plate in one hand, skillet in the other hand and flip . While it’s hot, shape up the Omurice with paper towel (otherwise it’ll be too hot!).

6.    Continue making another set(s) of omelette until you’ve used up all the chicken fried rice. Decorate the Omurice with Ketchup. Serve immediately.

I am submitting this post to Asian Food Fest Japan month  hosted by Alan of Travelling Foodies