Recipe by Pokerman11
"Tamago egg is classic Japanese folded omelet sometimes called tamagoyaki. The omelet is sweet, has a light texture, and works well when served over sushi rice and with soy and wasabi sauce for dipping. Tamago is the Japanese word for egg. Mirin is sweet rice wine and dashi is traditional Japanese soup stock (make from kelp or shiitake). These ingredients are now carried in most larger grocery stores or at Asian markets."
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prepared dashi stock
mirin (Japanese sweet wine)
vegetable oil, or more as needed
Good stuff. I personally feel that wrapping the slices with nori (seaweed used for onigiri) makes it taste better.
Good recipe. Had to substitute a milder fish sauce for the dashi stock, because I was out. oh no! but the recipe tasted good otherwise.
Great alternative for my kids lunches! they loved it and now request them weekly!
Well I don't have dashi but I made the dish with everything but that and it turned out fabulous. It's super easy and delicious. Also I used a large round non stick pan it worked perfectly. No need to hunt down a tamago pan.
Smells amazing while you're cooking and it tastes even better. Although I substituted dashi stock and sweet wine with seasoned rice vinegar. Still worked out great although the color of my version is quite as yellow. Not sure if that is due to cooking it too hot or from my cast iron skillet.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Japanese Tamago Egg
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 34
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