Thursday, January 4, 2018

Uni-Pak Recipe: Mackerel Omurice


Happy 2018! How was the start of the year so far? For me, I am planning different dishes to prepare for my relatives and friends. Now that I am back making dishes using Uni-Pal Mackerel, I decided to make my very own dish. Today, I'll be making a Mackerel Omurice.

Omurice is a famous dish at Japan. It is actually inspired from the west and been a famous meal that Japanese people prepare and especially loved by kids. Its easy to cook, easy to prepare and requires less ingredients.

My version of Omurice requires Uni-Pak Mackerel. Instead of using chicken meat, we will be using the mackerel. Without further ado, here are the complete instructions on how I made it.




Uni-Pak Mackerel Omurice

Ingredients:

½    Cup  White Onions, minced
1 ½ Cup  Rice (left over rice is okay)
½    Cup  Ketchup
¼    Cup  Mixed Vegetables
1     Can  Uni-Pak Mackerel (small can), get two chunks of fish and shred it
1     Pc.   Egg
       Oil, Salt and Pepper

Procedure:

  1. In a medium heat pan with heated oil, saute the shredded Uni-Pak Mackerel. Cook it well. Then add the onions and saute them together.
  2. Add the mixed vegetables.
  3. Leave a space on the pan and add the ketchup, mix it until its heated, then mix it together with the other ingredients on the pan.
  4. Add the rice and mix everything well. Add salt and pepper to taste. Mix until its cooked. Put it in a plate and form it into an oval shape. Set aside.
  5. Beat the egg in a bowl. Cook it in a pan, as if you are making a crepe. Form it in a big, thin circle to cover the omurice completely.
  6. Once done, carefully cover the omurice. Add more ketchup on top of it for more flavor.
Good for 2 persons.


You can watch this video for more detailed tutorial:


I decided to make an Omurice version of this to improve the way we usually eat the Uni-Pak Mackerel and rice. This time, its like we are making a Mackerel Omelette, but we added some rice in it so we can consider it as a meal set already.

Let me know if you tried it!

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