Taste of Japan in Your Kitchen
Taste of Japan in Your Kitchen
by The Food Studio

Dashimaki Tamago / Basic Japanese Rolled Omelette

Dashimaki tamago is a Japanese-style rolled omelet that has a gentle taste. Unlike tamagoyaki, which looks similar but is sweet, dashimaki tamago is slightly salty. It is delicious even when served cold.
Cooking time
10 min
Total Calories
354 Kcal
Ingredients
5
by The Food Studio

Ingredient

1
Egg
4
A
dashi stock
65ml
suger
2 tbsp
usukuchi soy sauce (light color)
1 tbsp
vegetable oil
to taste

Nutrition

Calories
・・・ 354 Calories
Sodium
・・・ 690 mg
Fat
・・・ 23 g
Protein
・・・ 25.6 g
Carbonhydrates
・・・ 7.1 g
Fiber
・・・ 0 g
Cholesterol
・・・ 860 mg

Instructions

STEP 1

Combine Mixture A ingredients. Mix well to dissolve the sugar.

STEP 2

Break the eggs one by one and put them in a bowl.

STEP 3

Remove chalazae from the eggs. *By removing the chalazae, it becomes smooth texture.

STEP 4

Cut the egg whites with chopsticks to loosen them, add Mixture A, then mix evenly.

STEP 5

Heat the frying pan for making rolled eggs. Add a generous amount of oil, spread it evenly, then discard the remainder. Pour in 1/4 of your egg mixture from Step 4 and spread it out.

STEP 6

Once the egg has slightly set but it still soft on top, roll it from back to the front.

STEP 7

Pour oil thinly into the space in the back that has opened up and spread evenly. Slide the rolled egg to move it to the other end, and then pour oil into the part where the egg was.

STEP 8

Pour 1/3 of the remaining egg mixture under the rolled egg, and again, when it is half-done, roll it from back to front. Repeat step 7. Do the same two more times. Once done, let it cool on a cutting board. Slice evenly and serve on a plate.
  • You can use a round frying pan if you do not have a rectangular one. We recommend using a smaller, non-stick round pan.