Soft-Cooked Omurice Recipe

We are making soft-cooked omurice where the top is covered with the egg instead of being wrapped completely. The combination of the soft-cooked egg and the thoroughly stir-fried rice is very delicious!

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Soft-Cooked Omurice Recipe
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Cuisine Japanese
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Ingredients
Sauce (serves 3)
  • Parsley Leaves chopped
Cuisine Japanese
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Ingredients
Sauce (serves 3)
  • Parsley Leaves chopped
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Instructions
  1. Let’s make the omurice sauce. Using a hand blender, make the tomato sauce smooth.
  2. Pour the sauce into a small pot and turn on the burner. Heat the sauce while stirring. Then, add a splash of soy sauce. This will bring out the flavor and give the sauce a touch of Japanese style. This simple sauce goes great with omurice.
  3. Let’s make the chicken rice. Lightly season the chicken pieces with salt and pepper. Then, toss to coat. Heat a pan and add the vegetable oil. Add the coarsely chopped onion and the mixed vegetables. Saute the vegetables for about 1 to 2 minutes.
  4. When the pungent taste of the onion disappears and it starts to grow more fragrant, add the chicken pieces. Continue sauteing.
  5. When the chicken is almost cooked, add the button mushrooms.
  6. When the mushrooms are coated with oil, add the white wine and stir. Then, add the ketchup. Distribute the ketchup and allow the excess water to evaporate. A tip to making this dish delicious is to reduce the moisture of ketchup here.
  7. Add the hot steamed rice. Coat the rice with the sauce but be careful not to crush the grains.
  8. Season with salt and pepper. Stir to combine. Place the chicken rice onto a plate.
  9. Let’s make the soft-cooked omurice. Break up the egg white with chopsticks and then lightly beat the eggs. Avoid over-beating the egg to give it a pleasant texture. Add the milk, salt and pepper.
  10. Heat a pan and add the butter. Melt the butter and distribute it on the pan.
  11. Lightly stir the egg mixture and quickly pour it into the pan.
  12. When the edges begin to firm up, keep moving them to the center of the pan to give the egg an even silky texture. Keep watching the consistency of the egg and remove the pan from the burner to adjust the heat. Cook the egg halfway through and now it is ready.
  13. Gently place the egg onto the chicken rice.
  14. Pour on the tomato sauce. Finally, sprinkle on the chopped parsley leaves.
Recipe Notes
  • Bacon, ham or sausage can be also used instead of the chicken pieces.
  • The tomato sauce is easy to make and it is full of savory tomato flavor.
  • If you are not sure about the quality of your eggs or want to cook the egg completely, please check out our previous omurice recipe.
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Spaghetti Carbonara (Japanese-inspired Pasta Recipe)

This Japanese-inspired Carbonara is slightly altered to fit the Japanese palate. We will be careful not to overcook the egg. The egg, cheese and bacon are spiced up with the salt and pepper.

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Japanese-inspired Carbonara (Spaghetti Pasta Recipe)
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Course Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine Italian
Servings
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Ingredients
  • 80 g Spaghetti
  • 1000 ml Water
  • 7 g Salt to make 0.7% salt water
Course Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine Italian
Servings
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Ingredients
  • 80 g Spaghetti
  • 1000 ml Water
  • 7 g Salt to make 0.7% salt water
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Instructions
  1. Slice the chunk of bacon into 7mm (0.28") square strips. This is a cut from the belly or side of the pork and also known as slab bacon.
  2. Combine the whole egg, grated Parmesan cheese, milk and black pepper. Thoroughly mix the the ingredients in a bowl.
  3. Place the crushed garlic into a pan. And pour in the extra virgin olive oil. Heat the pan on medium heat. When it begins to sizzle, reduce the heat to low and saute the garlic until aromatic.
  4. Add the bacon. Continue sauting until the bacon is browned and it starts to grow more fragrant.
  5. Pour in the white wine and swirl the pan. When the sauce is slightly thickened, turn off the burner.
  6. Let’s cook the pasta. Boil about 0.7 percent of a large amount of salt water. The bacon and cheese both contain salt so a little less salt was added to the water. Submerge the spaghetti in the pot. Cook the pasta for 30 seconds less cooking time than shown on the package.
  7. Now, the pasta is ready. Using tongs, place it into the pan. Turn off the burner of the pot and begin heating the pan again. Toss to coat the pasta with the sauce.
  8. When the pasta is heated, place it into the bowl of the egg mixture. Toss to coat again. If the egg mixture doesn’t have the desired consistency, heat the bowl in the remaining hot water. Now it is ready.
  9. Place the carbonara onto a plate. Top with the chopped spring onion leaves. Finally, sprinkle on the grated Parmesan cheese and black pepper.
Recipe Notes
  • This recipe will help to avoid overcooking the egg since the sauce is not heated in the pan.
  • If you like a richer version of the carbonara, use whipping cream and egg yolks instead of the milk and the whole egg.
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