Microwave Omurice (EASY Japanese Omelette Rice in 5 min! Dorm Recipe Idea) | OCHIKERON

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  1. I totally want to make this! There are many times where I crave omurice but I want it more quickly and simply than making it the traditional way 😋 I also love all the ingredients used here so I can't wait to try it out! Thanks, Ochikeron ❤️

  2. 電子レンジで作れて美味しそうで魔法みたい(笑)大きな赤ちゃんがママの言葉を聞き終えて「イヤー」って(笑)かと思えば坊やがゴツーンしてワー(笑)でも子育て2人目のママは、平気で(笑)お姉ちゃんとお話し中。頑丈な男の子だしネ(笑)

  3. i'm going to uni this fall! this recipe seem like it'll come in handy. (we don't have kitchens and we're not allowed to have any cooking equipment besides a microwave in the dorms! i'm going to miss cooking so much QQ)

  4. Thank you so much for your videos!!! I have a question. Is it also possible to use something else than tuna? I'm a vegetarian, so I don't eat any animals.

  5. Ochikeron I live in japan too and where can I get the plastic wrap that you can put in the microwave? T_T All of the ones I've seen say to not put it in the microwave T_T

  6. I make this with uncooked rice! I wash around half cup of the rice, top it with the ingredients (I usually go with frozen veggies, diced raw chicken, and diced onion if I have it), salt n pepper and some ketchup, then pour about half cup of water on it and mix only the top layer (so that it doesn't mix with the rice, otherwise it will cook unevenly). Plop in teaspoon of butter, then I cover this and cook it for about three minutes on high, mix well, then ten minutes on low. Then I just pour the beaten egg on the top like you did in the video! I so love to make this for quick dinner. I think it's a great idea to use canned tuna, because I love tuna. When I don't have chicken I usually use diced ham but I'm sure tuna will be great as well.

  7. If you don't like ketchup, try out Japanese Kagome Tomato Ketchup! It tastes totally different💕
    I like the one they make with high Lycopene low sodium. My daughter likes it, too 😋

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