Tamagoyaki Japanese Rolled Omelette

February 22, 2022

Make a healthy and easy dish with this Tamagoyaki Japanese Rolled Omelette. It is a perfect recipe for a delicious breakfast or bento.

Tamagoyaki is a popular Japanese dish. It is made by rolling thin layers of spiced eggs in a pan. It's usually prepared in a makiyakinabe or tamagoyaki, which is a rectangular omelet pan. It is often used as a garnish or filling for sushi in sushi restaurants. However, it can be consumed hot or cold at any time of the day. You can prepare this Japanese omelet for breakfast, snack or as a complement to your dinner.

This Tamagoyaki recipe is light and delicious. It has a sweet-salty taste and custard texture. Try this omelet recipe, which means fried eggs, now. Bon Appetit.

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Taste Score: %88
Difficulty Easy
Servings 4 people
Preparation 5 mins
Cooking 10 mins
Total 15 mins

Tips

  • You may just use regular Japanese dashi soup stock instead of mirin and soy sauce. For a fantastic flavor, use one sachet of dashi stock powder.
  • After the tamagoyaki has been cooked, lay it on a sushi rolling mat and wrap it up firmly to make a sturdy roll. This is a great idea, especially if you're making tamagoyaki for the first time and want to make sure the roll is tight and easy to cut.
  • For added flavor, consider using various items like spring onions and nori seaweed. Just be sure to finely chop them before adding them to the mix.
  • You don't need a special square frying pan to prepare tamagoyaki, although it could be simpler than using a regular round one.
  • Because you'll be rolling extra layers on top, the inner rolls don't have to be tidy. The initial few rolls from the tamagoyaki's core, so don't worry if the layers aren't exactly aligned.
  • Make sure the pan is fully coated with oil, if you don't want your egg mix to adhere to it.
  • With a tiny bit of the egg mixture, check the temperature of the pan. To make sure the pan is hot enough, watch the egg sizzle.
  • Maintain a constant temperature of the pan. Because the thin omelet layer must be rolled up fast before it is entirely cooked, there is no opportunity to adjust the heat. Moving the pan nearer and further away from the fire is the best way to adjust the heat.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. In a bowl, beat the eggs with a chopstick until they are completely mixed. Be careful not to overmix.
  2. In a separate bowl, combine dashi broth, soy sauce, mirin, sugar, and salt. Mix until all ingredients are dissolved.
  3. Then combine the egg and seasoning ingredients in a mixing bowl.
  4. Heat the tamagoyaki pan over medium heat. When the pan is hot, grease the pan with the help of a brush.
  5. Pour ¼ of the egg mixture into the pan. Spread the egg mixture evenly into the pan. When the egg is completely on the bottom and the top is damp, lift the egg from one side with the help of a chopstick. Roll the egg using a spatula.
  6. While the rolled egg is in the pan, oil the pan again. Pour in ¼ of the remaining egg mixture. Lift up the egg roll and let the mixture flow under it. Roll the egg again. Repeat the same process with the rest of the egg mixture.
  7. Slice the prepared egg roll.
  8. Serve with shiso leaves, soy sauce, or daikon radish.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette)
Serves 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories255
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 18.6 g23.8%
Protein 7.1 g14.2%
Cholesterol 186 mg62%
Sodium 1305 mg56.7%
Potassium 67 mg1.4%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

What is Tamagoyaki?

Tamagoyaki is a Japanese omelet that is made by rolling many layers of fried egg mixture together. Eggs fried over dry heat is the direct translation of the dish's name. It was popular in the 1950s when the government told parents to feed their kids more protein and farmers started raising more chickens.

What to Serve with Tamagoyaki?

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How to Store Tamagoyaki?

Tamagoyaki can be stored in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 2 weeks. Before freezing, let it cool down. When you want to consume, use a refrigerator or microwave to thaw overnight.

How Long Does Tamagoyaki Last in the Fridge?

After cooking tamagoyaki, allow it to cool slightly before storing it in the refrigerator. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Make sure it is not spoiled before consuming. You can use an oven, skillet or microwave to reheat.

Can You Make Tamagoyaki in Advance?

Tamagoyaki can be eaten immediately or let it cool to room temperature; it tastes good even when it is cold. If it is not eaten within an hour after cooking, wrap it securely in cling film and place it in the refrigerator for up to 8 hours.

Recipe byPetite Gourmets

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