This is what I prepared for my daughter for recess today. The same stuff but presented in a different way. I'm using the Happy Call Pan to make this but a regular pan works too.
I have added a pinch of salt and a sprinkle of light soy sauce to 2 beaten eggs. I also have chopped Xiao Bai Cai and 2 crabsticks added to the eggs. I had wanted to use ham instead of crabstick since I'm using it with the rice. Didn't realised that someone has finished. :P
I used 2 crabsticks to roll with regular rice, not sushi rice and set that aside. I cooked the omelette till it's about 90% cooked. The omelette is dry at the bottom but still a bit wet on the top. I rolled the omelette with the rice roll in it as tightly as possible.
To make the omelette roll fully cooked, I covered the pan and let it cook for about 5 minutes, opening occasionally to turn it so it get browned on all 4 sides.
After slicing, the omelette roll, I pan fried it in the same pan only on 1 side for 20 seconds so it doesn't break so easily.
I have a made a video on this to let you have an idea what I have been babbling about. :P
In the video, I used only 1 egg without any other ingredients and 1 crabstick rice roll. If you use 2 eggs, it will spread to cover the whole Happy Call Pan. Hope the video will give you a better understanding on how my Omelette Roll is done.