Tamago (japanese sushi omelet)


  • 4 eggs
  • 3 teaspoons mirin
  • 2 teaspoons soy sauce
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • A rectangular pan

Tamago nigiri sushi


Making the omlete

Attention - this recipe is followed by a flash illustrated guide on making the tamago omelet , which can be found here.

Stir all ingredients together to creat a solid batter .Pick up a rectangular pan. Oil it, and cover it with tamago batter, 1cm deep.

After 2-3 min, when the bottom of the omelet gets brownish, use a kitchen spoon to fold the omelet twice. First from the closer end towards the middle, and second towards the far end of the pan. There's no need to flip the omelet, just fold it. Even if the upper side of the omelet seems uncooked before folding, the "inner layers" of the omelet will get done by the end of the process.

Now oil the pan again (or not, depends if you prefer it crispy or oil free) and add another round of tamago batter. Notice that the batter you have just added should touch the omelet you folded in the last step.

Repeat steps 2-3, until you run out of tamago batter.

Now that your omelet is ready, place it on a dry cutting surface, and slice it into 2cm thik slices. you can use it either as a topping for nigiri sushi, or as a filling for tamaki and maki sushi.

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-3 # Kelly 2012-01-27 07:34
How to make Chawan Mushi???
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0 # madsushieater 2011-12-23 12:34
i have tried this before and i love it
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+4 # Janice 2011-12-10 00:46
the spoon here means tablespoon or teaspoon?
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+1 # Marmotlord 2011-06-19 17:37
This is called tamagoyaki - tamago just means egg
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-2 # superrobotyuki 2010-04-28 20:33
I LOOOOOVe Tamago ^_^
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