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The Golden Ratio For a Not-Rolled Dashimaki Tamago Made in a Frying Pan

The Golden Ratio For a Not-Rolled Dashimaki Tamago Made in a Frying Pan

It's really hard to roll dashimaki tamago (a sweet savory omelette with dashi stock), isn't it? Do you think you just can't do it somehow? Well, to heck with rolling them! I learned this method from a chef!

Ingredients: Makes 2

Eggs
4
Water
4 tablespoons
Dashi stock granules
1/2 teaspoon
Sugar
1 tablespoon
Soy sauce
1 teaspoon
Sake
1 teaspoon
Vegetable oil (for frying)
1 tablespoon

Steps

1. Combine all the ingredients .
2. Beat it well!
3. Put some oil in a frying pan...
4. Pour in half of the egg mixture.
5. Gently scramble the egg with a wooden spatula.
6. Mix gently till it looks like this!
7. Add in the rest of the egg now.
8. Tilt the frying pan like this.
9. Round it off as if you're making and omelet.
10. Pretty, isn't it?
11. Transfer it to a plate and serve!
12. A rolled version of dashimaki tamago can be found here: Recipe ID: 1786130.

Story Behind this Recipe

I thought of a way to make this for people who find rolling dashimaki tamago difficult or just too much bother.