Japanese Tamagoyaki (pan fried rolled egg) Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101 by admin June 9, 2018, 10:53 am 30 Comments deliciouseasyEggshealthyhow-tojapanjapanese foodJCooking101Recipe (Literature Subject)recipe videoRolled Omeletsimp...Tamagotamagoyaki See more Previous article Kalamata Olive Tapenade Recipe – How to make a simple appetizer! A TasteMade April Cocktail Special! Next article “Pizza Margherita Recipe” “Pizza Margarita” “Delicious Italian Recipes” 30 Comments Leave a Reply Every time I make this I burn the eggs Reply Awwww I'm super excited t make it hehe ^v^ Reply I have to taste the Tamagoyaki! :3 Reply This is basically my regular breakfast now, I just don’t use any rice wine or sugar, because I don’t really like sweetened eggs, but still if you make this like in the video it turns out very delicious! Reply I love this recipe. It's like the damascus steel of eggs; very fitting for a culture that did so much folding of steel for swords. Reply I followed this recipe exactly and had to use a small round pan like suggested because I do not own a tamagoyaki pan, it turned out delicious! Thank you for the great recipe Reply "notice how big the log is now!", just cracks me up ^^ Reply I use vinegar lol… it taste good Reply Ah I prefer chopsticks too, they allow you to pinch and grab the egg while rolling and give more control than a spatula Reply I hate, hate, hate egg but this might make it taste good. Gonna try this after watching it Reply i burnt mines….i must try again also thank for this Reply your English is not good Reply Can somebody tell me what is the name of background music? Reply Sonice Reply I always make this even though I dont have square pan Reply My babe loves this recipe 😍 thank you!! Reply I'm using olive oil instead of vegetable oil but I have trouble having the eggs stick. I'm also using a round pan to make these. Is it important to use vegetable oil? Reply soy sauce is salty Reply I have practised tamagoyaki around 10 times or so now. And it's quite hard to finde the right temperature. Reply what do you do if you only have round pans? Reply I'm German but I've got to admit that I cook a better tamagoyaki than you guys do. Mine is just perfect 🙂 Love it. Sometimes I eat it every breakfast. It's so delicious and nutritious. Reply 作ってみたいです(^○^) Reply amazing, thank you. Reply It seems really delicious, but what is soy sauce called in Japan? Reply My wife and I love tamagoyaki, it is so good. Reply Hmmm this looks simply delicious! This is the 1st recipe I will prepare for my new bento box. One question though. How many serving in this recipe per person? Thx 🙂 Reply I'm thirteen years old and making this. My sister makes me tamagoyaki for my lunch every now and then. Reply This made me come to the realisation of Tamagotchi.. I get it now.. Reply i belive it taste same as normal egg :') Reply This looks yummy…. great for Bento Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.