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
-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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4 thoughts on “Tamagoyaki with Spinach & Corn”
Wow, I never thought of adding corn in the tamagoyaki. Spinach yes, corn, not yet! The size and shape of your example is PERFECT for bento! Off to the kitchen…
Will keep my eyes open for more!
I’m sure I will find something!
Japanese Cuisine is really popular here in LA. More popular tha nyone would think. ;-D I’ve got to try making this one time.
More coming, Jenn!