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We're making another Food Wars recipe today, and this time we're combining Italian and Japanese cuisine with Soma's Curry Risotto Omurice. I made some modifications to this recipe from the manga and have some tips below. But all in all, this is an absolutely delicious meal to make for dinner.
For those who don't know, omurice (omuraisu in Japanese, pronounced oh-moo-rye-sue) is a Japanese omelette that is stuffed with rice, vegetables, and sometimes meat. It's a delicious east-meets-west breakfast option and usually served with ketchup, but today we're making an oyster-soy sauce and whipping up a heartier filling that makes this better suited for lunch or dinner, in my opinion.
For the filling (makes 4-6 servings):
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I love ochikeron's tutorial on omurice that she has on YouTube. This is for a full (separate) recipe that includes a different filling, but the general steps for how to stuff and fold the omelette are the same as you'd use here.
As I mentioned earlier, this was the most delicious thing I've ever cooked. Like, literally ever. Anthony also agreed that this was absolutely delicious and the over-exaggerated reactions that people have in the show are definitely not over-exaggerated when it comes to this Curry Risotto Omurice.
Once you get the hang of shaping your omurice, this is actually fairly simple to replicate - a bit on the time consuming side, but the replacements I had to make due to store availability were minimal and the process was more simple than I thought it would be to whip this up.
So on both taste and ease, this is without a doubt a 10/10. I'd even say that this is a 100/10!
Have a food from an anime that you want me to try to recreate? Let me know in the comments below! Plus, follow me on TikTok to see the behind the scenes of how this was made.
Jessica is a huge Disney and Star Wars nerd who channeled that love into motivation to lose 75 lbs.