Iri-tamago (Japanese scrambled eggs) Recipe

 

Iri-tamago is a Japanese scrambled egg, also called Soboro. They looks similar to scrambled egg, but a slightly different. Making Iri-Tamago doesn’t need oil, and they look small grain of the egg. Iri-tamago is used for a colorful topping as Domburi rice, lunch, Bento box, on fried rice, or sushi toppings, etc.

Recipe: Iritamago (Soboro) scrambled egg

Ingredients ( 2-3 serves )

* 2 eggs
* 1 teaspoon sugar
* 1 teaspoon soy sauce
* 1 pinch salt

Equipment

* two pairs of chopsticks
* flying pan or a saucepan

Directions

1, Beat together eggs, sugar, soy sauce, and salt well.

2, Heat the pan over medium heat. Pour the egg mixture into the pan.
3, Hold 3 or 4 chopsticks together, and stir mixing powerfully. Turn off the heat until the egg cooked a little.
4, Turn on the heat again, continue mixing vigorously, until the mix is well scrambled looks like the grains.
Finish!
Enjoy!
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