In the Kansai region, an egg sandwich is usually made with an omelette instead of boiled eggs! This is a sandwich that's quick to prepare and easy for kids to enjoy as well. They're very filling on their own.
☆Ketchup (or demi-glace sauce is also recommended)
a small amount
1 teaspoon (optional)
Toast 2 slices of bread in a toaster oven. Melt the butter in a frying pan, quickly beat the eggs and pour them in as well.
When the egg is half-cooked, use a pair of cooking chopsticks to fold the omelette over. It doesn't have to be a perfect square, but make sure to fold it while the eggs are still fluffy!
The slices of toast are ready. Spread the ◇ mayonnaise on one of the slices and spread the ☆ ingredients over the other.
Sandwich the omelette in between the slices of toast. Gently press down on the sandwich with your hand to secure the toast and fillings in place.
Cut the sandwiches into easy-to-eat sizes and they're ready. The omelette will be very fluffy and yummy.
Add sliced cucumbers if you feel like eating the sandwich with some vegetables.
Add bacon as well to make it into a very filling sandwich.
Story Behind this Recipe
I got this idea from a TV program and recreated it since it looked delicious. Our family's style is to make these with demi-glace sauce instead of ketchup.
I always feel like making this sandwich the day after we eat Western-style burgers with demi-glace sauce.
This is very easy and delicious. I really recommend it!
This sandwich has a better texture and is easier to load with fillings when it's toasted so that it's crispy on the outside but still fluffy on the inside. You can quickly prepare the toast while making the omelette ♪ It takes less than 5 minutes and makes a fabulous breakfast! Enjoy this sandwich while it's still warm. This sandwich tastes even better once it has been allowed to sit for a while so I recommend it for your lunch box too.