ADOBE OMURICE | Jap food with a Pinoy twist

A few years ago, JYJ’s Yoochun was in a hit drama, Rooftop Prince. Although I know today’s 2017, I aim for a throwback of the favourite food of the “Rooftop Prince,” the OMURICE.

Retrieved from:

Omu –  omelet 

Rice – refers to the sweet and savory chicken rice it’s filled with.

Given the definition I have given to welcome my new #FOODPORN category on my blog, I will be making an Omurice from… Adobo!

While I know this blog would be way better with a video, unfortunately, I don’t have my camera with me when I cooked this, nor my phone memory wasn’t the best option neither.


For fried rice:

  • onion
  • cooked adobo meat
  • 1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil or 1 tbsp of sesame oil (Korean style)
  • 1 cup of green peas
  • 1 cup of cube sliced carrots
  • Kosher salt
  • Cooked rice
  • 1 tsp soy sauce
For omelet:
  •  large egg
  • 2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil (separated)
  • 1 Tbsp of sriracha (spicy mayo) or ketchup (and more for decoration)

How to make Adobo Omurice:

  1.  Make a scrambled egg, and put on a separate plate. This scrambled egg will be used later as a roll for the rice
  2. On the same pan, sauté onion, garlic, crab meat, and the cooked adobo meat.

3. You can also saute carrots and green peas for coloring

4. Add cooked rice and mix all together.

5. Add a bit of salt and soy sauce (moderately) for taste.

6. Put the fried rice on the scrambled egg and roll!

7. Tadaaa! Here’s our adobo omurice.

You can add spicy mayo on top or ketchup. I, however, prefer spicy mayo.

Tell me, how’s your omurice! Comment below for any questions.

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