Omurice, a combination of the words omelet and rice, is the ultimate Japanese comfort food. It typically consists of ketchup flavored rice covered by a silky smooth, yet fluffy omelet. This dashi-style version has a subtler flavor from the dashi soup base and plain rice, and is topped with light and airy boiled eggs.
- 200g cooked rice
- 1 package Kyushu Dashi Hot Pot Soup
- 150ml water
- 2 tsp potato starch + a bit of water
- 2 eggs
- Dash of salt
- Gentle press the cooked rice into a bowl and flip onto a plate with the rounded side up.
- In a pot, dilute theKyushu Dashi Hot Pot Soup in 150ml of water and bring to a boil. Dissolve the potato starch in a bit of water then add to the soup to thicken.
- Separately, crack the eggs into a bowl and beat with salt. Pour into the pot and gently stir with a ladle until the eggs have cooked. Strain out the eggs and serve on top of the rice.