Unwrapping The Year With Omurice
By Hungry Peepor on January 08, 2014
Omurice, a combination of the words ‘omelette’ (omu) and ‘rice’, is a relatively common dish found not just in Japan, where it originated from, but also in other parts of East and Southeast Asia such as Korea, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. This dish was supposedly brought over to Korea first during the Japanese occupation in the late 19th century before it began spreading widely to the other parts of the region.
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