Hey /ck/, I want to eat an egg over rice for the first time. Any dangers, suggestions?
My grandma has been doing this for years, I loved it when I was little. Just found out it's a japanese thing. It's great with some fat/juices from roasting meat( always save it after roasting and keep it in the fridge/freezer).
>just found out it's a Japanese thing
No it's not. It's very common in the US, but those chinks stole that from us as well. Soon yuropoors will say that hot dogs is actually German or cornbread is Mexican.
Yeah. I love underdone eggs, French omelette style is the best, but there's a point where it's far too undercooked
Undercooked eggs also need butter to help with their consistency and flavor, and I doubt the Japanese use butter in their eggs
good shit OP, add veggies and chili and you've got one hell of a breakfast
i heat my bowl with hot water, dress my rice a little (little soy, furikake, hot sauce, onion, whatever else is in the fridge), crack the egg, black pepper, cover with a plate for a minute so it cooks a tiny bit and then mix before eating
would this work?
get a pot and fill with 2 inch of water, bring to simmer
put bowl in pot filled with your rice and veggies, once bowl and rice is hot crack egg in bowl
cover pot with lid until preferred doneness
or will my bowl explode from the heat of directly touching the pot
Over easy eggs on rice are pretty good
Runny white on eggs is too snot in texture.
Runny yolk is good and this is one of the dishes where sriracha is a good match for the dish