Japanese Omelette Rice @FOODiNG’s

Hi everyone! 

It’s Christina here again. First and foremost, this isn’t the traditional Japanese omelette rice recipe. This is FoodiNG’s Kitchen style where I call it, “look at your fridge and improvise style.”

This recipe only took me 15 minutes to pull everything out and cook.


  • Half Cucumber
  • Japanese beef sauce from the packages (there are many brands available, this was the one I had at home)
  • Frozen sausage patty (you can use any type of meat, beef patty works well too!)
  • 2 eggs
  • Rice
  • Any type of fish ball you have at home, we used the fish ball with roe filling (Optional)
  • Corn Starch
  • Bonito flakes (Optional)
  • Roasted sesame seed (Optional)

Step 1: Prepping the ingredients

There isn’t much to prep at all for this recipe. You cut the cucumbers into slices and put the sausage patty in the microwave for 30 seconds (if it is frozen). while the patty is heating, you have scramble the eggs in another bowl to prep for next step.

Step 2: Making the “egg blanket” which goes on top of the rice

With the scrambled eggs, you put it in a pan that is heated on low so that it will not burn. Have it on the stove while you fry the sausage in another pan. Note: I don’t put any oil when I fry the sausage patty because it is already really greasy and you don’t need any more fat. When you fry it, you will slowly see the oil leak out.

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Step 3: Making the yummy sauce

Depending on how heavy you want the sauce to be, you will plan accordingly to your taste. For our family, we used half of a pack. Each packet has 8 cubes and we used 4 cubes. We then put 2 cups of water to boil with the cubes. If you want it to be more creamy, you can use milk instead of water.

you can see its water boiling and blending itself to create this sauce. I put in the fish ball at the same time so it can cook along with the sauce. When the water is hot, I put some corn starch (about half to 1 tablespoon) to create the thickness in the sauce.

Step 4: Compiling it all together 

Now is just about stacking everything together. I used a boil to mold the shape you want to create with the rice. Then you stack the meat on top of the rice. Cover it with the egg blanket and place the cucumbers on top. At last, you pour as much sauce you like. Sprinkle it with some roasted sesame seeds + bonito flake. READY TO EAT 🙂


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You can see my little mini taste tester approves of this meal!

Easy one platter for quick dinner idea! Let me know what you do to improvise and make a meal at home. I hope you enjoy my post. Please like and follow my page to discover and wander around with me to find new adventures and delicious food! Thank you very much for reading.  @KitcatB #Japanesecurry  #Improvise #food #foodblogger #recipe #Mamablogger #KitCatB #familylife #toddlerfood #ShelovesIt



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