Post No:#744 Steps: *The finished pictures are of the tamagoyaki I made this morning while the steps were taken when Momoko was making it. ^^. My first time making Tamagoyaki and it's a success!! Muahaha~* -Logged Off-
Or better known to many Singaporeans as simply Tamago. As the name implys, Tamagoyaki is fried eggs; Tamago = Egg, Yaki =Fried. Also known as Japanese Rolled Omelette.
Momoko taught me how to make this when she stayed over on Monday cause I asked her if she knew how to make them (had tamago craving you see) and she said she made it often so she can show me how to make it for breakfast! Thanks Momoko!! ^^
Now introducing: Tamagoyaki! (I know the photo's not up to standard, I couldn't wait to makan -translate: eat-!!!! Plus I haven't washed my small serving plates, so yea...)
Note: I like my tamagoyaki sweeter than normal so I put in a relatively large amount of sugar as to the normal tamagoyaki, so adjust the recipe to your own taste. Most Singaporeans who eat sushi at Sakae and Genki sushi should find it alright though...
-1tbsp Dashino-moto (Found in coles, Asian food section)
-1/2 cup water
-2 tbsp brown sugar
-1 tbsp Mirin Seasoning (Found in coles, Asian food section)
-1/2 tsp Soy Sauce
- Pinch of salt
1) Dissolve the Dashino-moto (dashi powder) in 1/2 cup of water.
2) Beat in eggs till combined
3) Add in all seasonings and beat till incorporated.
(PS, incomplete photo set here XD)
4) Add some oil to a small pan and adjust heat to medium. Ensure that the pan is well greased by using a tissue to spread the oil around.
5) Pour in 1/4 of the egg mixture into the pan, and wait till the bottom has set.
6) Mentally divide the piece of egg into 4 sections, and fold in the quarter. Wait for it to set a little more, and roll it in quarter at a time to make a layered piece of egg.
Note: Your egg should be roughly rectangular.
7) Grease the pan again.
8) Pour in another quarter of the egg mixture and make sure to nudge the first piece of egg up a little so that it sits ontop of the new egg mixture
9) Once it starts to set, roll the egg back like how you did it in step 6.
10) Repeat steps 6 to 9 until all the egg mixture has been used up.
Note: ENSURE that as you roll the egg, the insides cook so that you get a fully cooked egg!!!! So everytime you roll it, wait for a bit for it to set.
11) Remove the egg from the pan once it's fully cooked.
12) Cut into bite size pieces and enjoy!
*All steps above demostrated by Momoko~*
Anyway, there is a post on how to make gyozas right below this post. And I will be doing one on Chawanmushi soon~
*The finished pictures are of the tamagoyaki I made this morning while the steps were taken when Momoko was making it. ^^. My first time making Tamagoyaki and it's a success!! Muahaha~*
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