Omu-raisu, omelet filled with rice is a yoshoku (Western dish adapted to Japanese taste) that is so popular that there are many restaurants dedicated to it. They serve only that, but they have 30 variations for the rice flavoring and the sauce. It’s also very popular at home.
Omelet + butakimchi rice + parmesan cheese + paprika gravy
I had this <em>butakimchi gohan twice, so this third time makes it look different. The cheese changed the taste.
The sauce is not compulsory, but for me, it’s a bit dry without.
You can cut it with the fork. Children love it because it is very soft food.
Great comfort food !
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