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Recipe : Tamago Sando | Egg Sandwich 2

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Egg sandwiches are an essential sandwich menu item in coffee shops. It is made with thinly sliced bread and an egg dish seasoned with mayonnaise. There are several varieties available, but this tutorial will introduce two types of tamago sandwiches: Japanese omelette-style and tamago salad-style.

Ingredients (2 servings):

Japanese omelette style:
2 Egg
1/5 Cup (40ml) Dashi soup stock
A few pinch Salt
White pepper, as needed
Canola oil, as needed
2 slice Shoku-pan
2 Tbsp Mayonnaise
1 tsp Japanese mustard

Egg salad style:
2 Egg
3 Tbsp Mayonnaise
1 pinch Salt
White pepper, as needed
Canola oil, as needed
2 Roll bread


Japanese omelette style:
1. Put egg, dashi, salt and pepper in a bowl. Stir them.
2. Heat the pan with medium heat and put canola oil.
3. Pour the egg mixture and stir quickly to make half-cooked scrambled egg.
4. Put aluminum foil over the pan. Wait for 2 minutes with low heat.
5. Take out the aluminum. Cut into two and move on the kitchen paper to take off excess juice.

6. Put mayonnaise and mustard over the breads.
7. Combine two omelette and put on a bread. Put other bread on top.

8. Cut off the bread crusts. Cut into 4 pieces. Done!

Egg salad style:
1. Put eggs in a water and bring to a boil for 11 minutes total.
2. Remove the eggs from a pot and put them in water. Then, peel the egg shell.

3. Put eggs in a bowl and add mayonnaise, salt and white pepper. Then, mix well until it gets small chunks.

4. Make a shallow cut on the bread. Then, put egg salad between the bread.

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YUCa’s Tips :

1.  Prepare Japanese omelette pan or square shape container.
2.  Make half-cooked scrambled egg and quickly cover the pan with the aluminum foil.
3.  Control the heat and steaming time to make a fluffy Japanese omelette.

Note : This recipe was first submitted in Dec 31, 2020 and resubmitted in April 28, 2023 to reflect recipe revisions and additional photos.

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