Tamagoyaki with Spinach & Corn

I have always been surprised to find out how Japanese Omelette or Tamagoyaki is so popular abroad.

Here is a simple recipe that adults and children alike will love to eat either as a main dish or as a snack!

Tamagoyaki with Spinach & Corn!

INGREDIENTS: For 2~3 people

-Eggs: 3
-Dashi/soup stock (konbu/seaweed or chicken): 3 tablespoons
-Japanese Sake: 1 teaspoon.
-Sugar:: 1 tablespoon
-Salt: 1/4 teaspoon
-Spinach: 50 g (boiled and drained completely)
-Soy sauce: 1/2 teaspoon
-Corn: 4 tablespoons (already boiled/canned)
-Vegetal oil: 1/2 teaspoon


1 Boil the spinach for a minute or two maximum. Let cool completely and press hard to drain all water out. Chop finely.

2Boil the corn if necessary and drain completely. (If canned, drain thoroughly)

3 Beat the eggs in a bowl. Add dashi, Japanese sake, sugar, and salt. Mix well. Add spinach and corn and mix well.

4 Heat frypan and cook as described in Tamagoyaki Basic Recipe.

5 Cut and serve!

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