Chef Shintaro Eleazar Okuda of Bar Moga in NYC is sick of amateur omurice omelette videos, so he came to the Munchies Test Kitchen to demonstrate how it’s done. Shintaro breaks down the origins of this comforting Western-inspired dish, the special techniques he uses to achieve the perfect omurice shape and texture, and why this dish is best eaten with a spoon. His recipe for this creamy omelette includes buttery chicken fried rice and a savory veal demi-glace.
Check out the recipe here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/884nba/omurice-japanese-omelette-recipe
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The most satisfying moment is when he cuts open the football and the egg just flips open!
wow….. thank you i will try, by the way, he is good in teaching…
Salmonella over rice.
Japanese people small and don't eat grains, glutton, and meat…uh what are fish and rice Tiny??
this mans really has the Fibonacci sequence visualized as a tattoo on his forearm
Is it traditional Demiglace sauce that take 3 days to cook?
That is why it take time to get the base sauce to create his homemade demiglace sauce for the Umurice?
I want this so badd
Japanese post malone
U cant consume grain but yet u guys eat bats wth
He bangs oven and pan like drum. Dum dish dum dish dish dum dish
Why do you have to Vice it up Vice? Jesus…
Dayum, in hungry now
Ughh! That’s looks tasty. I’ve always wanted to eat authentic omurice 🤤🤤
This chef really knows how to make a classic french omelette.
why does this guy not have his own channel?
I searched Chef Shintaro Eleazar Okuda and nothing.
We need more from this guy.
The way he cooked the egg was like the one shown in Cooking Mama.
He’s good looking
Can't stop admiring the JoJo sleeve though. Man is obviously of great culture.
Great explanation. I wonder if the chef has a mixed heritage. My cousins are half caucasian and they have similar traits to this guy.
It's just rice and eggs.