Japanese Sweet Omelette

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Recipe from Анастасия Пецевич
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2022-02-18-sw1rom-tamagoyaki
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Updated 18.04.2022
Do you want to plunge into Japanese culture? Then cook a Japanese sweet omelette right at home! It is easy and simple to cook. You need only a few ingredients. The history of this omelette began several thousand years ago and the Japanese people are still proud of this dish. Let's try to cook it and become a part of Japanese culture.

Ingredients
servings

  • Eggs
    2 pcs
  • Meat
    3 oz
  • White sugar
    1 tsp
  • Water
    2 tbsp
  • Soy sauce
    2 tsp

Nutrition facts per 100 g

  • Calories

    104 kcal

  • Protein

    6 g

  • Fat

    5 g

  • Carbohydrates

    3 g

Method

  • Take a small bowl and pour water and soy sauce into it. Add the brown sugar and mix thoroughly until the sugar dissolves. Break the eggs into the liquid and whisk them to a fluffy foam. 

  • Use your favorite meat: beef, pork or chicken. Fry it with vegetable oil to the desired tenderness.

  • Take the butter and melt it in a dry frying pan. Pour the eggs into a frying pan with the butter and fry over low-heat. After 2 minutes, put the meat on top of the omelette and wrap its edges. Fry the Japanese sweet omelette for a few more minutes. Turn it over periodically.

  • The perfect omelette should be thin. You need to twist it so that the meat filling must be inside of the tube. Japanese sweet omelette is ready!

Recommendations

  • The dish goes perfectly with rice and any kind of fish, especially tuna.

  • Japanese omelette is fried in a rectangular frying pan, cuz it must be carefully rolled up. Oftenly the Japanese use this omelette as a filling for rolls. 

Bon Appetit!

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