Once you've got the cooked rice on hand (and, by the way, this dish works equally well with fresh-cooked or day-old rice), it's just about as fast and easy as a meal can get. so long as you don't try to go for the theatrical version.
“Omurice” is a fluffy egg omelette served upside down on a bed of fried race and topped with demi-glace. Chef Motoyoshi Yukimura of restaurant Kichi-kichi in Kyoto, Japan has gained international recognition for his amazing
Japan's omurice, which also goes by the names omumeshi and omuraisu, is an addictive dish of fried rice with an omelette. It's surprisingly easy to make at home. Here are two recipes—one with ketchup, the other with okonomiyaki sauce—to get you started.