14 Japanese omelette: 卵焼き (tamagoyaki)


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last recipe from the ‘cooking with Keiko-san’ collection ^^ Keiko-san! thank you!
Tamagoyaki is a type of Japanese omelette, making that is definitely fun! it might not seem easy but believe me, everybody can learn how to make it.

INGREDIENTS

3 eggs
cold water
salt
oil

HOW TO MAKE?

1. Beat the eggs with salt and a little bit of water in a bowl.

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2. Heat the tamagoyaki pan on medium heat. When it’s hot, add a little bit of oil. Pour some egg mixture and spread over the pan.

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3. Cook it until half done.

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4. Roll the eggs.

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5. Move the rolled eggs to the top side of the pan and pour another portion of egg mixture on the space and under the rolled eggs.

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6. Remember to make sure that the egg mixture gets under the rolled eggs!

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7. And do it one more time. Now it’s done! ^^ Cut the tamagoyaki into thick pieces.
Easy, right?

Enjoy!

aho&tensai

  1. zrób to u mnie w domu!!!

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  2. jajeśnica w rulonie?

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  3. Looks delicious! I’ve never seen it made that way!

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  4. This looks so perfect! I have tried making tamagoyaki so many times but mine always looks like a mess cos I never manage to roll it up properly. Great job!

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  5. Very nice post! Do you think this requires a square pan to make it correctly? My son keeps asking me to make tamagoyaki. He can not get enough of it when we go out for sushi.

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  6. You make it look very simple!

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  7. chcę tego, wygląda nieźle

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  8. […] last week, I had a Japanese-style breakfast every day, containing of a bowl of rice, miso soup and tamagoyaki (Japanese-style omelette). it should be served with some fish, too, but i omitted it (laziness, […]

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