Thursday, October 13, 2011

Omurice/オムライス/ Rice Wrap in Omelet - Day 13

I feel like making something simple today without taking much effort. The easiest has to be fried rice with some leftover rice from two days ago. And how can I incorporate the Jelly Mould into this dish? Wrap the rice up with a cone shape omelet of course. There come the Omurice. Omurice is a Japanese word for "omelet and rice. The dish mainly consists of fried rice with whatever other ingredients you wish, wrapped in a thin sheet of fried omelets. Many restaurants serve the dish with white sauce, tomato based sauce or ketchup. Malaysia has a version of this rice too and it is called Nasi Goreng Pattaya .


2 cups of cooked Japanese rice – you can always use regular white or brown rice
4 oz chicken breast – cut into small cubes
10 shrimps – peel and deveined
1 small – cut small
1 tomato – cut into small cubes
1 clove garlic - chopped
¼ cup green peas
¼ corn kernels


2 tbsp ketchup
2 tbsp soy sauce
Salt and pepper to taste

For the Omelet:

2 eggs
2 tbsp milk
2 spring onion – cut small
Salt and pepper to taste

1. Heat up about 2 tbsp of olive oil in a wok. Add in onion and garlic and sauté until fragrant and lightly brown. Add in the chicken and continue to sauté until the chicken turn’s opaque color. Add in the shrimps. Cook until the shrimps turns pink.
2. Add in the tomato, peas and corn. Add in the seasonings. Mix really well. Add rice into the wok and continue to stir fry until well combined and rice is warm. Check seasonings.
3. Remove the rice and set it aside. Beat eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Add in the green onions. Mix well.
4. Heat up a non-stick large frying pan. Add in 2 tsp of olive oil and give the pan a few swirls. Pour the eggs into the frying pan, Spread them out and let it cook. Once the egg is set and lightly brown, flip them over to the other side. Remove the omelet to the cutting board. Cut it into half.
5. Line the omelet into the jelly moulds, fill it up with the rice and press it down with a spoon. Unmold it on the plate, drizzle it with some ketchup and serve with some salad.

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Emily said...

This looks healthy and delicious! What a clever way to wrap up the fried rice. The wrapping looks flawless too.
I want to eat this!!

cekkeya said...

fuhh, feel hungry already! :)
never thought of making rice in a cone like this. :) gotta try and eat this rice rite now! :)

suituapui said...

Ya...nasi goreng pattaya! Looks absolutely yuummmy!!!! I would need at least half a dozen cones... LOL!!!

Zurin said...

thats is a brilliant idea! like those thai omelette fried rice dishes I alwys see served in shops.:)

hanushi said...

Omurice, I love this and love how you put it together!!! :)

Elin said... are brilliant ! I never thought of serving omurice in cone shaped omelet. Kudos to you :) Lovely presentation !

Susie said...

A creative way to serve rice. Like the salad on the side too.

Anonymous said...

I looks really good, love the shape :-)

All the best,

My Kitchen and Me said...

I've been following all your jelly-mould recipes. But this is one is really making me hungry! Awesome work!

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

This is really a great idea! I can't wait to see your next creative work.

K.Nor said...

great idea gert! :)

WendyinKK said...

You are so so creative :)
I hope those Masak ala- Thai shops will make it like this

boo_licious said...

Your omelette looks so perfectly folded. Gorgeous and simple.

Miss B @ Everybody Eats Well in Flanders said...

I like this nasi goreng pattaya/omurice, but I can never get the omelette right. I tried a few times but I couldn't wrap up the rice with the omelette nicely. I like the way you shaped the rice inside the omelette dome, looks like a little house to me :)


Awayofmind Bakery House said...

wow, you make this omurice looks so interesting and yummy!!

Unknown said...

Yummy, one of my fav - nasi pattaya.


j3ss kitch3n said...

this is the first time i saw this creation! looks so delicious!

tim wong said...

reminds me of nasi pattaya. looks great

ninazsyafinaz said...

.I prefer my nasi goreng with telur mata kerbau..hahaha..but yours look tempting..feel like to have one after this.

Anonymous said...

wah! mcm ni pun boleh yer... omelette tu tak terbuka ke semasa unmould?

Swee San @ The Sweet Spot said...

like nasi goreng pataya!

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Perfect! I love omurice.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Gert, you are so creative, this look not only beautiful but the rice sound so sedap!

Anonymous said...

I`m pretty sure its very healthy! It looks very nice as well. Very creative:)

Anonymous said...

Ah! Nasi Pattaya. This dish would sure be a favourite around our house. Simon

Shereen said...

Looks like I am going to have to cook nasi goreng your style the next few days..hahaha

ann low said...

Gert, Everytime when I saw your pretty creations, I'm thinking of buying that mould home :))

Lite Home Bake said...

I love the tall and elegant look that you gave the nasi pattaya :))

Carolyn Flores said...

this is the epitome of good food!
who wouldn't dig into this delicious everest :)

ICook4Fun said...

Emily, thank you :)

Cekkeya, biasa I just used a bowl to wrap them up but since ada this RS jelly mould I might as well use it :)

Suituapui, yeap like nasi goreng pattaya.

Zurin, thank you.

Hanushi, thank you.

Elin, thanks for your support :)

Susie, thanks.

Birthe, thank you.

My Kitchen and Me, thank you for all your support.

Eileen, stay tune :)

ICook4Fun said...

K.Nor, thank you :)

Wendy, those Thai restaurant need to get many of the moulds :)

Boo-licious, thank you. Yea this is very simple :)

Bee, the omelet have to be cook well if not it will break apart when you try to wrap it.

Ah Tze, Angeline, Js33, thank you.

Tim Wng, yea they are similar.

Nina, I like telur mata kerbau too :)

ICook4Fun said...

hunny75, nope. It stays intact.

Swee San, :)

Nate, ne too :)

Sonia, yea I am sure your kids is going to like this. If you don't have this mould, just use a bowl to wrap them up :)

Justyn, thank you.

Simon, get your wife to make this for you :)

Sheren, ha ha see your boys want nasi goreng :)

Ann, get one for yourself. You can even buy it online now :)

Lite Home Bake, thank you :)

ICook4Fun said...

Carolyn, thank you :)

mycookinghut said...

I absolutely love nasi goring pattaya!!

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The Experimental Cook said...

Wow ! looks like you have value-added the humble fried rice. You have delicious pics.

Anonymous said...

Haha, how creative!

Monique said...

I simply LOVE omurice! I ate it so many times when I lived in Japan!!! In fact, it was the last meal I ate at the airport before coming back to the States, lol. Such a comforting dish! :D The Jelly Mould really transforms the dish and gives it such a simple yet fun and powerful presentation---I can't wait to try it this way the next time I make omurice! Thank you for sharing!

- Monique