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Cooking With Eggs
September 5, 2016
Nutritious egg dishes are something you can have every day. They are one of the more popular dishes that appear on the Japanese dinner table. Boiled, stir-fried, steamed... there are so many ways to cook eggs and they go well with any ingredient!
Because eating eggs raw is common here in Japan, you can find them with shells that have been prepared especially for raw eating. This may not be the case overseas, so use caution! Let's try some fresh egg recipes today!
A "must-have" dish in Japanese bento boxes. Made with a special square frying pan.
Shape the scrambled egg into a nice roll using a makisu mat. It's so easy to make!
Sweet Vinegar-dressed Scrambled Egg with Snow Peas
Slightly sweetened eggs go really well with sweet and sour sauce. Boiled snow peas lend beautiful color and crunchiness.
Potato Salad with Eggs
Japanese-style potato salad, beautifully presented with thinly sliced boiled eggs and olives.
Chawan-mushi Savory Egg Custard
Classic Japanese steamed eggs. Enjoy the simple taste and smooth, elastic texture.
Molded Egg Omelet
Colorful ingredients wrapped and pressed together with scrambled egg. Enjoy the fresh fragrance of yuzu citrus and subtle taste of dashi.
Dashi-maki Omelet with Cod Roe
The vermillion color of tarako (cod roe) makes a beautiful contrast with the yellow egg yolk. It is also known as "hinode-maki", sun-rise omelet, because of its appearance.
Miso Pickled Egg
It is so easy to make, and the rich aroma of miso enhances the taste of the eggs.
Egg in the Basket
It looks like a bird's nest in the middle of your toast! Try it for breakfast!
You can make cute egg balls using plastic wrap. It is a perfect recipe for bento!
Onsen Tamago Soft-boiled Egg
Yolk is almost hard but the egg white remains soft. It is also called "hot spring egg" because originally boiled in hot spring water.