Recipe by Cynna
Japanese rolled omelet is called tamagoyaki or dashimaki. It's also known as a Japanese-style egg roll. Tamagoyaki is often served for Japanese-style breakfast. Also, it's one of the most popular dishes in Japanese bento lunch boxes. There are many types of tamagoyaki. Some are sweet and some are salty. Also, you can add fillings in tamagoyaki to make it colorful. Create your favorite tamagoyaki! Posted for ZWT II '06
- 4 eggs
- 3 tablespoons dashi stock
- 2 teaspoons sugar
- 2 teaspoons soy sauce
- 1⁄4 cup green onion, chopped
- 1⁄4 cup canola oil, for cooking
Directions See How It's Made
- Beat eggs in a bowl.
- Add soy sauce, sugar, dashi, and green onion in the bowl and mix well.
- Heat little bit of vegetable oil in a square omelette pan on mid heat.
- Pour a scoop of egg mixture in the pan and spread over the surface.
- Roll the egg and move it the end of the top side.
- Oil the empty part of the pan and pour more egg mixture in the space and under the rolled egg.
- Cook it until half done and roll the egg again so that the omelette becomes thicker.
- Repeat this process until the egg mixture is gone.
- When omelette is done, remove it from the pan and put on a bamboo mat.
- Using the mat, shape the omelette. Cut into 1-inch pieces.