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Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet)

Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet) with peas, meat and scallions and baby Shiso leaves | Chef Julia, Azle, TX
Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet) with peas, meat and scallions and baby Shiso leaves from my garden. My mother used to make this for her friends. I found her old recipe recently.

Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet) with peas, meat and scallions and baby Shiso leaves from my garden.

Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet)

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Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet) with peas, meat and scallions and baby Shiso leaves | Chef Julia, Azle, TX
Yields1 Serving
Ingredients
 4 eggs, well beaten
 Dash of Mirin
 1 tsp sugar
 Few drops of soy sauce
 Dash of salt
 Ground pork (or turkey) browned with a little soy sauce, Mirin, salt and sugar
 Fresh or defrosted frozen peas
 2 finely minced scallions
Instructions
1

Mix eggs and seasonings.

2

Heat square Japanese omelet skillet or use a regular skillet. Oil lightly and heat to medium.

3

Add about 1/4 cup egg mixture, sprinkle some meat, peas and scallions.

4

Roll to one side of pan.

5

Add another 1/4 cup egg mixture and lift up the roll in the pan to incorporate the new egg into the old and sprinkle with meat, peas and scallions.

6

Roll to the other side of the pan.

7

Repeat until egg mixture is used.

8

Omelet should be a thick square.

9

Remove from pan and cool before slicing.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 4 eggs, well beaten
 Dash of Mirin
 1 tsp sugar
 Few drops of soy sauce
 Dash of salt
 Ground pork (or turkey) browned with a little soy sauce, Mirin, salt and sugar
 Fresh or defrosted frozen peas
 2 finely minced scallions

Directions

Instructions
1

Mix eggs and seasonings.

2

Heat square Japanese omelet skillet or use a regular skillet. Oil lightly and heat to medium.

3

Add about 1/4 cup egg mixture, sprinkle some meat, peas and scallions.

4

Roll to one side of pan.

5

Add another 1/4 cup egg mixture and lift up the roll in the pan to incorporate the new egg into the old and sprinkle with meat, peas and scallions.

6

Roll to the other side of the pan.

7

Repeat until egg mixture is used.

8

Omelet should be a thick square.

9

Remove from pan and cool before slicing.

Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet)
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