Friday, 5 November 2010

Japanese style sweet egg breakfast

Today's breakfast

I had some time in the morning so I cooked full breakfast today.

Good breakfast gives you a lot of energy for a day.

It took me less than 30mins to get everything ready.


*BBQ pork (this was cooked by my bf)

*Pickled cucumber

*Pickled radish

*Kimchi (from Oriental Spoon- their kimchi is the best)

*Japanese style sweet egg (dashimaki tamago)

*tofu and onion miso soup

*white rice

***Pickles are easy to make and are good for breakfast.
You can cook them a night before and eat it on the next day :)
You can also preserve them for a long time. It's a good side dish for a busy morning.

Japanese style sweet egg recipe


*3 eggs
*milk 2 table spoons
*Japanese fish soup stock 2 tea spoons
*suger 2 tea spoon
*soya sauce 1 tea spoon


1. put all the ingredients into a bowl. stir well

2. heat up a non-stick pan (preferably square shaped one) with some oil (mid-low fire)

3. pour 1/3 of the mixed ingredients to the pan. make sure you spread it evenly.

4. once cooked, fold it 3 times.

5. pour some more oil into the area of the pan where there is no eggs.

6. pour another 1/3 of the mixed ingredients into the pan, to the area where you just spread some oil. once cooked, fold it 3 times

Continue this process and you can create a nice layers of eggs.

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