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Omu Rice in a Cup


It Looks like I haven’t shared a Yummy in a while…
 This makes a very easy Breakfast in the morning 🙂
Heck its good any time…
How do you make Omu Rice in a cup?
Fill a  cup or ramekin 3/4 of the way with cooked rice.
Break an egg (I prefer mine eggy soo 2 for me) over the rice.
Top with chopped Ham & Sprinkle the Cheese.
Microwave for 1 minute
(Bake in NuWave or any Oven until the Egg is cooked all the way or to your liking…)
Makes a very easy Breakfast in the morning 🙂
Traditional Omu Rice is a Korean type of Omelet served over rice.
As is the case with any Omelet, the ingredients can vary.
How do you like your Omelet?

0 thoughts on “Omu Rice in a Cup

  1. Brownie

    hmm sounds good but I have trouble eating eggs. My body just doesn't like them most of the time! So you know Korean cuisine? My husband loves Kimchee,(sp?) I have never had any Korean food but I would love to surprise him with homemade Kimchee sometime, do you know how to make it?

  2. Christine Cline

    Yes I do… but it is time consuming… here is a recipe that is very similar to what I do that has step by step instructions for you… Hope this helps! http://pinterest.com/pin/240379698830607612/ If you are thinking of a different type of Kimchi (depends on the season), let me know!

  3. jeannine: waddlee-ah-chaa

    Hi from waddleeahchaa.com!I've made simple printable recipes for my kiddos. They are learning how to cook as part of our homeschool curriculum. It's great real life reading and math applications. 🙂

  4. Christine Cline

    I recently saw this tip: If you are out of eggs, or can't eat them, a good substitute in baked goods is 1 TBL ground flax seeds, mixed with 3 TBL water. Combine in saucepan and simmer for 5 min. until it makes a thick, egg-like mixture. Let cool before using in a recipe. Hope this helps!

  5. […] Add a little butter and place in NuWave. 1 dish cooked for 8-9 minutes at the highest setting (450 degrees).  4 dishes cooked at at 12-13 minutes at the same setting.  You can also throw this in the microwave and cook for about a minute.  That reminds me of the Omu Rice in a Cup! […]

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