Rolled omelette is a Japanese classic. It can be funny to think both the brits and the Japanese enjoy a good omelette, but theirs is much different to ours.
For starters, the Japanese omelette is much thinner than it's British counterpart and can be rolled up, filled with rice and topped with ketchup, or served as sushi nigiri.
Either way it's a delicious and versatile dish you can whip up with ingredients from your cupboard, all you need to do is learn the proper technique.
You Will Need
You can also serve this omelette without spring onions.
To serve, slice the roll into inch thick pieces.