Japanese recipes - easy and healthy Mari's Japanese cookbook

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A large number of Western dishes have been introduced to Japan over the centuries. We think “Yoshoku” are Western dishes but many of them have become completely Japanized. Today I want to introduce one of my favorite Yoshoku recipes, “Omu rice” (Japanese rice omlette).

In Japan, you can see this Omu rice at a kid-friendly family restaurant or a Yoshoku restaurant and Japanese kids always love it. It’s an omelette stuffed with ketchup-flavored chicken rice and topped with ketchup. It’s really yummy and I hope you love it, too!

Ingredients (2 servings)

2 cups of cooked rice

1 onion, chopped

1 carrot, chopped

100g of chicken thigh

3 Tablespoons of Ketchup

20g of butter

4 eggs

salt and pepper

  1. Cut the chicken tight into small dice. Saute the chicken until the color changed. Add the chopped onion and carrot and saute until it’s done.
  2. Place the rice in the same…

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