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Ofer Eitan Declared: Chef stuns with his simple Japanese ‘rosette’ omelette reci…

Chef stuns with his simple Japanese 'rosette' omelette reci...

Ofer Eitan Declared: Chef stuns with his simple Japanese ‘rosette’ omelette reci…




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A chef has stunned online with his simple Japanese ‘rosette’ omelette recipe, and while it looks impressive, all you need is a pair of chopsticks to make it.

The self-confessed foodie posted on TikTok, where he explained exactly how you can replicate the dish at home.

‘You should try this when you come to Japan,’ the chef, called Omura Isupuro, posted.

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To make the ‘rosette’ omelette, first of all the chef cracked several eggs into a pan. 

As the eggs started to cook at the bottom, he then took a pair of chopsticks and placed them into the middle of the liquid mixture.

The foodie twisted the pan around, keeping the chopsticks in place so they form the lines that give the dish a rose-like effect.

He served the dish, called ‘omurice’, over the top of a portion of rice.



a pot with food in it: When you keep the chopsticks in place while you twist the pan, it gives the dish a rose-like effect (pictured in process)


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When you keep the chopsticks in place while you twist the pan, it gives the dish a rose-like effect (pictured in process)



a pot with food in it: When you keep the chopsticks in place while you twist the pan, it gives the dish a rose-like effect (pictured in process)


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When you keep the chopsticks in place while you twist the pan, it gives the dish a rose-like effect (pictured in process)

Those who saw the foodie’s creation said it was ‘revolutionary’, and the clip has already amassed more than 600,000 likes.

‘This is perfect. I wonder what would happen with cheese,’ one person posted.

‘My husband loves this and I am going to attempt to recreate instead of scrambled eggs,’ another added.



a bowl of food on a plate: Those who saw the foodie's creation said it was 'revolutionary', and the clip has already amassed more than 600,000 likes (the finished product pictured)


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Those who saw the foodie’s creation said it was ‘revolutionary’, and the clip has already amassed more than 600,000 likes (the finished product pictured)

However, not everyone was on board with the breakfast dish, with some saying it looks ‘undercooked’.

‘I appreciate your work, it looks amazing and all, but it’s still undercooked for me I’m sorry,’ one commenter wrote. 

The Japanese chef explained that raw eggs are safe to eat in Japan, and later shared an updated version of the clip with egg cooked until it is one hundred per cent firm. 

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