Japanese Omelette (Dashimaki Tamago)
Hi there!! How are you? It’s nice to have time to write here again.
Last week we don’t have time to write, because we went to help my friends harvesting their grapes to make wine. It was so much fun, we met a grandmother that still very strong and healthy in her age (81 years old). I was wondering if I can reach that age, and if I will be that healthy in that age. Will see, and I will let you know… ;p Today we want to share a recipe of Japanese Omelette. It’s very easy to prepare and it has a pretty presentation to wow your family and guest. So, if you’re curious..let’s start cooking!
Dashimaki Tamago (Japanese Omelette)
Preparation Times: 5 minutes
Cooking Times: 10 minutes
Serves: 2-3 persons
- 4 – eggs
- 60 ml – dashi broth (60 ml water + 1 tsp dashi powder)
- 1 tsp – soy sauce
- 1/4 tsp – salt
- 1 tsp – sugar
- 1 tsp – mirin
- 20 gr – chives
- Chop the chives into small pieces, then put it in a bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients into the same bowl and mix well.
- Heat the pan (square or even round pan both are ok) and add thin layer of oil with a brush.
- Pour a thin layer of the egg mixture into the pan and spread it to all the surface. When it half way cooked, gently roll it into a log. Then pour again a thin layer of the egg mixture and spread also under the rolled egg. When it half way cooked, roll it again into a log, and repeat this process until the egg mixture is finish.
- Cook all the surface until golden brown, then remove from the pan and put it on the cutting board.
- Let it sit for 10 minutes before cutting. Serve with hot steam rice,and other dishes that you like.
If you have children, you can add Dashimaki Tamago into their lunch box.Tamago literally means “egg”. Dashimaki Tamago usually prepared in a rectangular omelette pan called “makiyakinabe”. Tamago is served around the world in a form of nigiri, and also appears in many types of sushi rolls. In Japan it’s also served as a breakfast dish and in other preparations such as bento box (lunch box).
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