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Japanese Style Omelet: Soft Dashimaki Tamago with a Hint of Sake

Japanese Style Omelet: Soft Dashimaki Tamago with a Hint of Sake

It's a Japanese omelet with a hint of sake. It has a bit of a grown-up taste.
You can smell sake not only when you're eating it but also when you are cooking ♪

Ingredients

Eggs
2
Shiro-dashi
1/2 tablespoon
Mirin
1 teaspoon
Sake
1 tablespoon
Sugar (optional)
1 teaspoon
Water
3 tablespoons
☆ Vegetable oil (for cooking eggs)
as needed

Steps

1. In a bowl, lightly combine all the ingredients except the vegetable oil.
2. In a Japanese omelet pan, heat a little bit of oil and pour in half of the egg mixture. Stir lightly once or twice.
3. Keep the half cooked egg on one side of the pan.
4. Pour in the rest of the egg mixture. When the eggs are set on top and nearly cooked through, quickly shape the omelet by rolling it up.

Story Behind this Recipe

It's our family's favorite omelet, with a slightly grown-up flavor ♪