Omrice (Omelette rice)

Omrice (Omu rice) stands for rice in the omelette. I believe this is originally from some of Japanese restaurant back in the early 1900. It used to be a food for cooks in the restaurants and gradually become popular as a restaurant menu. Nowadays, it’s very popular to many people in Japan.


  • Rice
  • Chicken or sausage
  • (Shimeji mushroom)
  • Onion
  • Tomato ketchup
  • Black pepper
  • Salt
  • Egg

Cooking Instructions

  1. Chop onions in very small
  2. Cut chicken or sausage in bite size
  3. Put oil in the pan and heat it up
  4. Stir fry onions with middle heat
  5. Add shimeji mushroom to the pan
  6. Add chicken or sausage into the pan and continue to stir fry
  7. Add salt
  8. Add rice and mix with onions, and chicken or sausage
  9. Add tomato ketchup and mix with them
  10. Add black pepper

Once rice is ready, put rice in a bowl and set them aside. Put full of rice in a small cup and flip into a plate. If you can make it like this, you did good job!

  1. Crack eggs into a bowl and beat them
  2. Add oil to a pan with weak heat
  3. Pour eggs to a pan and wait for 3 min
  4. Use a spatula and carefully take eggs out and put it on top of the rice
  5. Add tomato ketchup on top
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