Omurice, one of Japan's favorite comfort food was invented in 1925 by a chef in Osaka. Adam Liaw, an Australian celebrity chef and an author demonstrates how this popular dish is made while explaining everything you need to know from ingredients and portions to which rice to use.
Simon and Martha present this exceedingly entertaining video. Thanks to the jetlag they are fighting after a trip to Europe. When the video hosts start talking about omurice, the viewers are drawn into their twilight zone. Omurice is said to be invented by a restaurant owner of Hokkyokusei in 1925 to serve a customer who always order rice and omelet separately.
Omurice is one of the most beloved comfort food. The video host takes you through a journey of how this Japanese omelet is made. The furry assistant and supervisor plays an important role of showing where to go for ingredient shopping and sniffing each item to make sure the quality is up to par. The end result is beautiful mouth-watering Omurice.