First Attempt to Cook Tamagoyaki

My husband loves egg dishes. He can eat eggs every day and because of this, my first attempt in learning to cook for him involved the Japanese egg roll more famously known as Tamagoyaki. 

This is how it looks like when done professionally. 

Last Sunday, I went straight to the kitchen instead of heading to bed and started on with my attempt. Here are my ingredients. 


I had 4 eggs, seaweed, Danes Cheese, butter, and hotdogs. I wanted to use spam but we ran out of it so I replaced it with hotdog. I also added cheese because the husband loves cheese. 

I prepped the pan and made sure that it was heated well. I spread some butter and poured the egg. You need to remember to make sure that you put only a thin layer of egg because you will roll this over again and again. 

Every time that you roll it over, don't forget to do it gently to not break the layer, add the cheese, and spread some butter on the pan to prevent the newly poured egg from sticking to the pan because you will repeat the process again and again. 

If you are able to do this properly, this is what it will look like. 


It's not perfect but it looks good right? Most important, the husband and B loved it. B even said that he was genuinely surprised because it was really good. Hahaha. 

I'm hoping that I'll be able to do more of these attempts and that we all survive my cooking hahaha. 



 

Comments

  1. That does look very good. A recipe I will have to try out myself as it sounds very comforting.

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  2. My husband also loves eggs. We often make an omlette but I think he would really enjoy this dish.

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  3. Oooh this looks really good, might try it for Memorial Day.

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  4. It's so simple yet beautiful. I could try it. Is the seaweed optional?

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    1. Definitely optional. You can add any vegetable or meat that you want to this dish actually or you can make it with just the eggg.

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  5. Oh this really looks so good. I will try to make this. Thanks for sharing the recipe

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  6. These look so so good!!! I can't wait to make tamagoyaki, i never did!!!

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  7. You did a great job! I can't make tamagoyaki and I live in Japan. It is so hard for me!

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    1. Wow. I thought everyone there could make it. Thank you for appreciating my efforts.

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  8. I actually love to try this myself. It looks really good

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