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Egg with Chives Over Rice (Niratama Donburi) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Mondays are short days for my children.  I go pick them up at 12:30 pm and come straight home.  While they are changing out of their school uniforms, I usually make some quick lunch for us if we don’t have any leftover from previous night’s dinner.  For a while their favorite was this quick dish called Niratama Donburi (ニラ玉丼ぶり), or Egg with Garlic Chives Over Rice.

Literally translated niratama means garlic chives (nira) egg (tama shorten for tamago).  Sometimes we add a little bit of thinly sliced pork (buta) and that’s called Buta Niratama (豚ニラ玉).  Eggs and garlic chives are cooked on high heat till fluffy outside and still soft inside.  We like to eat it as a single main dish, so we serve it over steamed rice.  The chives I use for this dish are garlic chives (or sometimes called Chinese/Asian chives) and different from the chives used as herbs in Western cuisines.

Egg with Chives Over Rice (Niratama Donburi) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

I don’t know quite how to explain the flavor, but this simple dish is really, really delicious.  The first time I made this for my husband, he had a strange look on his face when I told him what we’re having as he didn’t believe the combination would work, and definitely thought it would not taste good.  After the first bite, his eye sparkled and said, “wow, the flavor is so unexpected and so good, can you please make this more often?”  The gentle hint of garlic chive mixed with the fluffy egg and rice balances each other really well.

I think most non-Japanese never heard of or seen this dish before because we eat this at home rather than at a restaurant.  This is one of recipes that I cook to use up the big bundle of garlic chives.  Here in the U.S., garlic chives come in a big fat bundle.  I don’t mind a big head of lettuce but garlic chives… I can’t eat it every single day.  So if you got a bunch of garlic chives at home and not sure what to make, try this recipe! :)

Egg with Chives Over Rice (Niratama Donburi) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

I contributed this recipe to my friend Leigh’s new website, Sprout.  Leigh and I have virtually met through her article on my recipes on Food & Travel magazine in Singapore (March 2013 issue).  She now runs Sprout to inspire others with healthy recipes and healthy lifestyle.  You can also find her @sarongskirts on Instagram.

Niratama Donburi Recipe
 
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Serves: Serves 2
Ingredients
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 tsp. sake
  • ½ tsp. soy sauce
  • ¼ tsp. salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 Tbsp. oil (See Note)
  • 1.5 oz (43 g) garlic chives, rinsed and pat dry
  • 2 cups steamed rice
    Niratama Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine eggs, sake, soy sauce, salt, and black pepper in the medium bowl and mix (but do not over mix).
    Niratama 1
  2. Cut the garlic chives into 2” (5 cm) pieces.
    Niratama 2
  3. Heat ½ Tbsp. oil in a wok over high heat and cook the bottom white part of garlic chives until wilted. Then add the green part and quickly stir fry.
    Niratama 3
  4. Transfer the garlic chives into the bowl with the egg mixture. Niratama 4
  5. Heat the remaining oil into the wok over high heat. When the wok is hot (smoke is coming off the wok), add the egg and garlic chive mixture into the wok. The egg mixture will get fluffy around the edges. Mix the center of the egg mixture and gently fold.
    Niratama 5
  6. When the egg is almost cooked, put rice in a serving plate/bowl and transfer the egg with garlic chives over the rice.
Notes
I understand you want to use less oil as much as possible for healthy diet, but you will need enough oil to make the egg "fluffy". When the egg is added to the hot oil, egg immediately fluff up. Without oil, it may stick to the wok/pan. Please test how much oil is necessary for this dish as it depends on your cookware.

Speaking of cookware, stainless steel wok/pan is recommended to use for this recipe as it is required to cook on high heat. Non-stick woks/pans are designed to use on low/medium-low heat only.

If you add meat/seafood, cook it first and transfer to a plate. Put back into the wok/pan when you cook the egg and combine well.

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  • A_Boleyn January 15, 2014, 4:27 pm

    I’ve never actually tried chives, just green onions, in recipes that asked for them but I’ve got to pick up a bunch and check this dish out. It seems easy and good too. :)

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  • Janice January 15, 2014, 4:38 pm

    Hi Nami,
    You post stirred up a memory of my parents making a dish like this for me when I was a child! Thanks for the trip down memory lane. Can’t wait to make it.
    Thanks!

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:01 am

      Hi Janice! It is really a home meal, and I’m so glad you remember this delicious dish! Hope you enjoy it as much as we do. :)

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  • Pat McC January 15, 2014, 4:40 pm

    Nami: Believe it or not, I have been enjoying this dish for years! I usually but a little sesame oil in with the eggs, though. I grow my own garlic chives in a big pot (1st and 2nd years, they look like blades of grass – still edible, but small – on the 3rd year they are so well established in the pot, being perennials and very winter hardy, I just cut what I need and use); they do go dormant in the winter, so you have to freeze some which diminshes the flavor BUT, they are still quite potent! Thought you might like to know that. I love the dish and so do my friends who like eggs!
    The garlic chives only need to be watered if they are unusually dry. 3rd year they bloom and make seeds too! So pretty and the bees like them! Pat

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:04 am

      Hi Pat! I love that you add sesame oil. Even little bit brings the nice aroma to the dish. I’m jealous of your garlic chives garden. I live on the hill and it’s very windy AND we get wild animal visiting all the time, so I don’t grow anything in my backyard. Your story was very interesting and thank you for sharing! :)

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  • Belinda @zomppa January 15, 2014, 4:55 pm

    Not to mention the benefits of garlic chives!!

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:04 am

      That’s very true! Thank you for reminding, Belinda! :)

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  • tigerfish January 15, 2014, 5:19 pm

    I am quite familiar with the combination of Chinese chives and eggs (I believe it is a home-style Chinese dish? No?). However, I usually cook this combo “omelette” till it is a bit drier and then fill up sandwiches with it. I like how runny your version is and yes, best suited over steamed rice. I have also made a egg-drop soup version before with chives. If I am not wrong, Chinese chives also impart some kind of subtle umami to dishes – so probably this is why they are so delicious and in this case, delicious with eggs. :D

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:08 am

      I actually asked my husband but he’s not familiar with this dish in Taiwanese/Chinese cuisine. BUT he could be wrong as he has been living in the US for a long time…. ;) I agree about umami flavor. My mom loves adding it to Yakisoba noodles, Tonjiru (pork and veggie miso soup), and gyoza. If it’s not too much, it tastes even better! She said the balance is the key… :)

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  • John@Kitchen Riffs January 15, 2014, 6:11 pm

    Oh, I have to try this! We grow chives in the garden every year, and always are looking for recipes that use them. This looks wonderful – thanks.

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  • steve freiman January 15, 2014, 6:17 pm

    Bookmarked this, thanks Nami. (Typo on recipe title, btw.)

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:09 am

      Hi Steve! Thank you once again for the pointing out my typo! It happened many times…and I should be super careful! I better not to do it at 2 in the morning! >_< Hope you enjoy this dish! :)

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  • Maureen | Orgasmic Chef January 15, 2014, 7:22 pm

    I love chives with eggs and often make scrambled eggs with the addition of sour cream and chives. I know I will LOVE this dish, Nami. I’m making it soon.

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  • Monica January 15, 2014, 7:38 pm

    I love Chinese/garlic chives and it does go so well with eggs. Thanks for the reminder. I’ll have to make this for dinner soon!

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  • Eha January 15, 2014, 8:40 pm

    Darling Namiko-san ~ methinks very, very many people around the whole wide world enjoy this forever and again – well, I do anyways :) !!!!! Chives – surely the one herb which survives our rather mild winters and which I [rather naturally] have by the bucketload at this time of the year!!! I am simple!! Just plant the plain ones and of course about three times as many garlic chived!!!! How can one even vaguely say they cook without these in the back garden :) ?!!!! Lovely recipe, lovely presentation!!!!!!!

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:12 am

      Hello Eha! Thank you for your sweet comment! I had no idea garlic chives were so popular to plant in the yard! I thought they are something we buy from the stores (well, of course we can grow anything ourselves!). =P

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  • donna mikasa January 15, 2014, 9:31 pm

    Oh, this is so nostalgic for me, Nami! My father grew chives and would make himself chive omelets for breakfast! I think I’ll make this in his memory! Thank you!

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:14 am

      Hi Donna! Wow garlic chives are so popular to plant! I had no idea… Hope you enjoy this dish! :)

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  • Giulietta | Alterkitchen January 16, 2014, 12:12 am

    Easy AND quick… a delicious dinner in a very short time: great idea!

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  • Belinda@themoonblushbaker January 16, 2014, 1:25 am

    I have never tired this with chives before. I have only seen it with spring onions. The benefits of using chives means I can get a double hit of flavor and a veggie boost!

    Looks too good

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  • Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen January 16, 2014, 1:29 am

    That sounds fantastic, I’m going to see if I can find some Chinese chives!

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  • Sissi January 16, 2014, 2:44 am

    In Poland (at least in my family) scrambled eggs with chives are one of the most popular scrambled eggs versions. I like it a lot, make it very often (in general I love eggs with chives), so this one with garlic chives must be excellent. I am very impatient to test it soon! Thank you for a wonderful easy idea. (Time to plant garlic chives and see if they grow inside too… I always have them in spring, summer and autumn. )

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  • Maya January 16, 2014, 3:08 am

    Hiya Ms Nami,
    Thank you for such a easy and tasty recipe.
    We dont have nira (Japanese kind) here.
    Chives are quite thin (more for garnishing).
    Can I use green onions instead (and add garlic as nira has garlicky taste).
    Thank you.
    Kindest regards Maya

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:15 am

      Hi Maya! Sure, you can actually use anything to cook with the egg. However, to aim this particular flavor, garlic chives (or Chinese chives) are kind of necessary as they have quite distinct flavor. But if you cannot find them, don’t worry. Substitute with green onions. :)

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  • Helena January 16, 2014, 5:03 am

    Looks really delicious!
    and esy to prepare.
    Hav a nice day!

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:19 am

      Thank you Helena! You too, have a nice day !

      Reply
  • Jocelyn (Grandbaby Cakes) January 16, 2014, 6:31 am

    I have seriously never seen eggs look so flavorful and just utterly delicious before!

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  • Christiane ~ Taking On Magazines January 16, 2014, 7:38 am

    I have garlic chives growing in my garden. They come up in the fall all around this area like weeds. I love, love, love them. I love chives with eggs too and you can believe that I’m going to give this recipe a try. It’s already making me hungry.

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  • Denise Browning@From Brazil To You January 16, 2014, 8:09 am

    Hi, Nami!!! It seems that eggs and rice are something that we have in common. Yes, I grew up eating scrambled eggs with a creamy rice… I used to love it! In fact, it is still comfort food for me until this day. I love your dish!!!! Your children must be quite happy eating it and I bet they will have memories of it.

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  • Jenny January 16, 2014, 9:15 am

    hi Nami, We have omelette at least once a week, but never with chives – this looks really excellent. I think rice and egg are a good combination.

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  • Bob January 16, 2014, 9:41 am

    Great recipe. Nira are a little hard to find in my area but I also make this dish using pea sprouts which also have a unique flavor to them.

    I really appreciate your food blog, it is a constant resource for my meals.

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    • Nami January 17, 2014, 1:18 am

      Hi Bob! I hear some people say they grow garlic chives in their backyard (I didn’t know it was such a popular veggie to plant!) and I also hear some people like you say it’s hard to get. What an interesting ingredient! :D You found a great substitute and thank you so much for sharing it with us!

      Thank YOU for following my blog, Bob! You’re too kind. :)

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  • Eileen January 16, 2014, 11:00 am

    I too have noticed that garlic chives come in gigantic bunches. I never know what to do with them, so I just don’t buy them as often as I’d like! But this looks like an excellent way to eat a whole big handful in one fell swoop. :) Delicious!

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  • Evelyne@cheapethniceatz January 16, 2014, 12:08 pm

    It may be just a simple egg dish but I fell in love with it at the first pic. it really looks so delicious and the garlic chives sound really great to me. This would make a great meal and no I never heard of this dish before.

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  • Ashley Bee @ Quarter Life Crisis Cuisine January 16, 2014, 2:37 pm

    Yum! This looks very tasty to me. The idea of egg over rice is new to me, but I don’t see how it wouldn’t work :)

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  • minnie@thelady8home January 16, 2014, 7:53 pm

    Only one word – bookmarked!! I am going to hunt garlic chives tomorrow!!

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  • Baby Sumo January 17, 2014, 12:36 am

    Hi Nami, we also have a similar dish to this- omelette with chives.So I believe you when u say it’s very delicious! :)

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  • The Ninja Baker January 17, 2014, 3:38 am

    美味しそう!今直ぐ食べたい=)おしゃった通り、レストランでニラ玉どんぶり見えませんね。紹介して頂どうもありがとうございました。

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  • Muna Kenny January 17, 2014, 3:45 am

    Will it be a sin if I had this for breakfast? Looks yummy and I love the morning feel in all your clicks, it made the dish just irresistible :)

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  • Kelly January 17, 2014, 5:24 am

    Love homey dishes like these – so tasty and easy to whip up :) Love the chives in here, we usually add green onions or preserved radishes. Will have to try the chives next time, thanks so much for sharing Nami and hope you have a great weekend!:)

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  • Candice January 17, 2014, 10:15 am

    Hi Nami,

    Mmm…looks yummy! This dish looks like something my dad has made at home. I believe the chinese characters are 大蒜韭菜 (garlic chive)?

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    • Nami January 18, 2014, 12:39 am

      Hi Candice! I’m not sure how to write in Chinese character. Japanese uses “katakana” or “hiragana” characters for garlic chives (we write ニラ or にら) and no kanji at all. :( Thank you for your kind compliment!

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  • Tiffany | Baking at Tiffanys January 17, 2014, 2:49 pm

    I love eggs and this looks and sounds delicious! I have never heard of garlic chives either–I’ll need to go find that. This is so simple and would be great for a quick dinner after work. Can’t wait to try this!

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  • Min January 17, 2014, 5:11 pm

    I love this recipe, Nami! So simple and comforting…just like all of your recipes ;). Your children have much to look forward to after school!

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  • Laura (Tutti Dolci) January 17, 2014, 8:30 pm

    I love eggs with fresh chives, this looks so delicious and comforting. Gorgeous light in your photos! :)

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  • cristina January 17, 2014, 9:47 pm

    I’m on the lookout for these garlic chives/Chinese chives, Nami. I’m intrigued by what the flavor must be like. Delicious looking egg dish over rice – could eat for any meal of the day.

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  • Eugene S. Conlin January 18, 2014, 3:26 am

    This recipe is also good using Ramsons (aka Allium ursinum or wild garlic – not as strong taste as garlic) in place of the chives.

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    • Nami January 21, 2014, 9:17 am

      Hi Eugene! Thank you so much for letting us know! :)

      Reply
  • Amy (Savory Moments) January 18, 2014, 3:52 am

    This dish looks perfect for a quick and delicious lunch! I love eggs, so I know we would enjoy it a lot.

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  • Ramona January 18, 2014, 4:29 am

    This looks like wonderful, comforting food. I know my kids and I would love this. I have seen garlic chives in my Asian store.. now I’m definitely going to buy it and give this a go. :)

    PS.. Happy Blog Anniversary! I saw your post for the Anniversary and amazing giveaway… I follow you everywhere and I am adding my entries for the giveaway a few at a time to distribute my chances about. :) *** fingers crossed*** :)

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  • Liz January 18, 2014, 5:45 pm

    I would not even think twice about diving into these gorgeous eggs over rice! It looks like comfort food to me, Nami :) Have a fantastic weekend!

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  • Lucy @ Lucyeats January 19, 2014, 1:38 am

    This is one of my mother’s go to dishes on a busy day. I don’t know if it ever had a name -we just called it fried egg haha!

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  • Bam's Kitchen' January 19, 2014, 5:59 am

    Nami-san, this is a great budget friendly dish. I have 3 dozen eggs in my refrigerator so this recipe came with perfect timing. Wishing you a super weekend.

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  • ray January 19, 2014, 9:05 am

    Well you know me, this is my kind of food. Quick, easy, and yet flavorful. Garlic chives – delicious ingredient, Nami. I hope you are having a fun weekend and wish you a great week ahead. :)

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  • Daniela January 19, 2014, 9:13 am

    I use chives quite often in my kitchen but have never tried garlic chives.
    Sounds very interesting and tasty.
    As we have quite a large Japanese community here, I’ll ask one of my friends where to get garlic chives because I must try this dish out:)

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  • Sandra January 19, 2014, 12:34 pm

    I’ve never heard of garlic chives before but I want to try them. We don’t eat as much rice as we used to but I would love this dish and so would the Mr.

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  • Medeja January 19, 2014, 3:11 pm

    It looks like a great and light lunch! I just recently became fan of donburi. Not to cook, but eat though.. :)

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  • Hotly Spiced January 19, 2014, 4:20 pm

    This looks so good, Nami and also good for you. I love garlic chives. I think this is perfect for so many of those occasions when you desperately want something good to eat but are short on time xx

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  • Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover January 20, 2014, 4:35 am

    Thanks for sharing this lovely homecooked Japanese rice, I will definitely make it!

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  • Mich Piece of Cake January 20, 2014, 6:16 am

    This looks healthy and delicious, Nami.

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  • easyfoodsmith January 20, 2014, 6:54 am

    A very unique breakfast dish for sure. It looks and sounds so delicately balanced. Beautiful post.

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  • April January 20, 2014, 7:08 pm

    Made this for the first time today and, unfortunately had to make a few substitutions (white wine instead of sake…. chives & garlic instead of garlic chives) and OMG!! It was really good! I can’t wait to hunt down the garlic chives and make the recipe properly!

    This dish now has a permanent place on my “go-to dinner” list. :o)

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    • Nami January 21, 2014, 9:27 am

      Hi April! I’m so happy you liked it! :D Thank you for trying this recipe!

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  • mjskit January 20, 2014, 7:20 pm

    This is a perfect lunch for Bobby and I! Whenever I have leftover rice, I usually cook up a fried rice dish using stuff in the fridge, so egg with rice – perfect. Now I just need to find some garlic chives. I use to grow them and was planning on growing them again this year. Great recipe Nami! Thanks!

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  • Amira January 21, 2014, 12:31 pm

    Such a wonderful – and may I call it also- frugal dish. It is new, delicious, frugal and easy … I have never heard of garlic chives so from where can I get it? Korean market? if I cannot get it what would you recommend for an alternatives to get the wonderful taste and aroma?

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    • Nami January 23, 2014, 10:17 pm

      Hi Amira! Asian markets, including Korean, should have them. Good alternatives are regular chives, green onions, etc. But of course, it’s missing the good flavor from garlic chives. :)

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  • Mi Vida en un Dulce January 21, 2014, 4:40 pm

    I love when my husband likes what I cook, and most if he asked to repeat…isn’t it great??!!!

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  • Raymund January 21, 2014, 8:54 pm

    Wow this can be a great breakfast for the Filipinos, we love our rice like this :)

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  • GourmetGetaways January 21, 2014, 10:29 pm

    What a simple and delicious recipe!
    It just goes to show, I really have no excuse to ever resort to takeaway food, there are so many simple and quick recipes. I am pinning this.

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  • Katerina January 22, 2014, 2:38 am

    How unusual to combine a sort of omelet with rice. Must be a very unexpected mix of flavors. I would love to try it!

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  • Kitchen Belleicious January 22, 2014, 4:27 am

    love eggs! We eat them in a different way every week. The sauce and chives on top make it outstanding and some new! Will have to try this as my husband will especially love it

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  • Ella-HomeCookingAdventure January 22, 2014, 7:33 am

    This recipe is so easy.. and tastes delicious.. I make rice with eggs pretty often for my girls launch.. will try you version too :) We love chives.. we always have a big bunch on o flower pot

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  • beti January 22, 2014, 10:16 am

    Hi Nami! I’m actually on a diet due to overeating on holidays and I was checking out some of your recipes, they all seem to fit in my diet with some variations but I love them, I’m getting tired of the routine and I would love to try your recipes, they look easy and delicious

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  • Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen January 22, 2014, 12:43 pm

    Kids love eggs! I like that this recipe is so easy to do and yet results in a tasty dish.

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  • Purabi Naha | Cosmopolitan Currymania January 23, 2014, 10:32 am

    Nami, congratulations of your three-year blogoversary. Your recipes are truly unique and I always loved the simple way you adhere to in describing all your recipes. Egg with garlic chives is such a simple, but flavourful concept. I think kids all over the world would love it! Atleast my kids will!! :)

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  • Dedy@Dentist Chef January 25, 2014, 7:37 am

    I love add chilli and garlic chives for my omelette, but never stir fry the garlic chives first….
    tempting to try this version, i guess the garlic chives got nice caramelized flavour after stir fry…

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  • TheKitchenLioness January 25, 2014, 12:04 pm

    Dear Nami, now I finally know what to use the garlic chives in. I have seen them and looked at them quite a few times at my favorite Asian market but up to now, I never knew what to use them for – thanks for providing this lovely yet simple recipe and for teaching me yet again another wonderful dish to prepare for the family!

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  • Lynna February 3, 2014, 4:56 pm

    I’m definitely going to try this! I wish I knew about this dish earlier so I could eat it after school as well! Haha! Anything with eggs are delicious!

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  • Sarah April 7, 2014, 5:20 am

    Dear Nami,

    I am a stay-at-home struggling to feed my family good home cooked meals (especially my picky toddler who only eats Asian food). I’m so thankful to have stumbled upon your blog. I love this recipe in particular. I usually make a morning omlete w/ green onion and thinly sliced zucchini or squash over rice. After reading your recipe I switched to chives and added soy sauce and mirin (at the moment we don’t have sake in the house). There are definitely new flavors that shines! Your site has become a wonderful reference to Japanese/Asian cooking. Thank you!

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    • Nami April 8, 2014, 8:58 am

      Hi Sarah! I’m so glad you found my site and tried this recipe! Hope you enjoy other Japanese recipes too! Thanks so much for your feedback. :)

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  • june May 15, 2014, 1:40 am

    Hi Nami,

    Usually chinese will cook ‘oyster omelette’ with chives. It is simply just oysters+egg+chives+salt+msg+pepper. It is available everywhere in Singapore hawker centres. But I have never tried your recipe before and I can already smell it. I will definitely try to cook your egg+rice as I believe yours is a super healthy version.

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    • Nami May 15, 2014, 11:07 pm

      Hi June! I LOVE oyster omelette! I don’t like oysters but that’s the only exception that I’d eat. :D Hope I get to visit SG one day and try that… Hope you enjoy Niratama recipe! :)

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  • Tara May 28, 2014, 10:33 am

    My garlic chives plant was getting a little tall and this was the perfect use for them. Such a quick and delicious breakfast for my family!

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    • Nami May 29, 2014, 12:30 am

      Hi Tara! I’m so jealous you have garlic chives in your yard! I’m glad you liked this recipe. Thank you so much for your kind feedback! :) xo

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  • Stephanie June 24, 2014, 9:39 pm

    Oohh! My mom makes this dish too and it’s so simple and tasty! One of my friends gave us a ton of seeds so my mom planted a whole bunch around the house because it also keeps the bugs away. =)

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