Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette) with Prawn Fried Rice By Kim from Admin

Tamagoyaki is Japanese rolled omelet or dashimaki tamago and is popularly served for breakfast. Flavors of tamagoyaki vary, and various fillings can be added. Preferably, it’s good to use a square tamagoyaki pan to make tamagoyaki, but it’s can be cooked in a regular frying pan. Tamagoyaki  is a classic dish in Japanese bento , popular with children, flexible (you can add things to it like tarako, green onions, nori or sauteed broccoli stems), shapable (hearts, triangles, etc.). But personally I like prawn … (>.<) … !

So here we go …

Preparation: 10 min

Cooking: 30 min

JJ Ingredients:

FIS376­_Ocean Catch IQF Raw P&D Vannamei (16/20) King Prawn-1x1kg

RIC033­_Tolly Boy Thai Jasmine Rice-1x10kg

SPI474 ­_ Knorr Chicken Powder-1x900g

OIL064 _ Gomo Pomace Olive Oil Blend-1x5L

VEG200 _ Greens Frozen Sweetcorn Kernels (Bags)-1x1kg

VEG201_ Greens Frozen Choice Peas (Bags)-1x1kg

Other Ingredients:

Sesame oil


Ground black pepper



Spring onion

Cherry tomato

Step 1:

Preparation: defrosted prawn, rice, pea and sweet corn. Then cut prawn as small piece as you like.

Step 2:

Put rice on rice cooker and cook for 15 to 25 min (depend on how many potion you want to serve)

Step 3:

While the rice is cooking, mix egg with sugar, chicken bouillon, pepper.

Step 4:

Put oil in frying pan wait till it hot. Then put eggs in fry until cook though and yellow in both side (remember eggs have sugar so easy to burn).

Step 5:

Put prawn, pea and sweet corn with chicken bouillon, oil stir fry together. Add a bit of water and leave it for  5 min.

Step 6:

Put cooked rice in as well …!

Step 7:

Again put a bit of water in for the rice be softer and leave for about 3 mins.

Step 8:

Everything now is ready! Put fried rice on top of fried eggs.

Step 9:

Wrap it up. You could use spring onion to tie it up.

Step 10:

Ready to eat …! Enjoy …

2 Responses to “Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette) with Prawn Fried Rice By Kim from Admin”
  1. Gülbeyaz says:

    You definately need to become a chef canim, this looks so simple but amazing, and also I LOOOVEE Japanese food 😛 yummmyyyy 🙂 I think You make the best dishes in this company 😛 Good Luck!

  2. zahida says:

    waoo waoo again with another tasty recipe. cant wait to try at home asa love eggs. look delicious and tasty ans very well presented.GOOD LUCK

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