I made Omurice!
Actually not really. To make omurice, I'd have to use a lot more ingredients. It looks like omurice, but it's really something different.
What I should have said was; I tried to make omurice. For some reason I thought that omurice would typically be made with sweet egg, so what I essentially did was make a Japanese Omelet (Tamagoyaki) beating eggs with sugar and water (without dashi stock). Then I wrapped it around some rice and poured a bit of ketchup ontop. This is what it came out to look like:
Now, I don't know if this could actually be a variant of omurice, since it is actually an omelette wrapped around rice as the name "omurice" indicates.
But it didn't taste a lot like the omurice I've had in japanese restaurants.
I like it none the less and have made it for myself twice now. Maybe soon I'll try to make some "real" omurice with chicken and onion and mushrooms and such.
How to make the above:
Cook enough rice to make you full.
Beat 2 eggs together with 2 tablespoons of sugar (untopped) and 2 tablespoons of water.
Make the omelet on a large pan. Be careful not to heat it too much as sugar is very easily burnt.
Wrap the omelet around the rice and put ketchup on.
My point with this post is: This kind of thing is really easy to make. And even if you want to make the real deal the ingredients are quite easy to procure in Denmark.
School is going well. Maybe I'll get to writing a bit on my life as a danish university student if I still have any Taiwanese readers after this period of silence.