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Japanese omelettes, as opposed to traditional omelettes, are made in rolls. They are also made up of beaten eggs and other traditional Japanese ingredients like crab meat, cheese, and vegetables.

To make Japanese omelettes, you have to use a deep square or rectangular pans, in order to achieve a rectangular shape for your omelette, in order to make an even roll. The best way to do achieve this is to buy a Japanese omelette pan, which you can buy online or from home stores.

Japanese omelette pans are non-stick, comes with one handle, and sometimes come with an extra plate on top, so you can just flip the pan and cook the other side of the omelette. This type of pan is also called Tamagoyaki pans, where Tamagoyaki means omelette in Japanese.

So if you love Asian foods and you love the taste of Tamago or Japanese omelettes, you might want to get yourself a Japanese omelette pan, so you will never have to buy them anymore. With a perfect pan to use, you will be able to make perfect Tamagos all the time, which you can serve at any time of day, may it be for breakfast, lunch or dinner! In fact, serving Tamagos is also a nice way to host an Asian dinner night to friends and family. They very easy to make, and fun to create too, since you can freely choose what you want to put inside.

Here is one of the best and simplest Tamago recipe that you will surely have a fun time doing:

What you will need for your ingredients:

–       4 medium sized eggs beaten

–       ½ cup milk

–       ¼ cup of shredded cheese (anything will do! It really depends on your taste)

–       Shredded crab meat (you can also use crab sticks if you cannot find fresh crab meat)

–       Some shredded green and red bell peppers

–       Seasoning (salt and pepper will do)


Beat the eggs and season with salt and pepper. Add the crab meat and mix it well. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix once again. Heat up your Japanese omelette pan, and make sure to coat it with some oil to prevent it from sticking. Even if the pan is non-stick, try to least dab a small amount of oil to make flipping easy. Pour in your egg mixture, and wait for it to harden a bit. If You can already lift a part of the egg mixture, then this means that your egg is ready for flipping. Gently lift the egg using a spatula, and turn it over. If you have a Japanese omelette pan that has an upper pan, all you have to do is to tilt the entire pan, so that the other side of the pan touches the flame. This will make your life a lot easier, since you do not have to worry about flipping the egg mixture anymore.

Once cooked, set it aside for a few minutes. Allow the omelette to cool before you roll them and slice them into bite size pieces. 

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