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Atsuyaki Tamago Sando; Make Japanese Fluffy Egg Omelet Sandwich On Kissaten Menu At Home

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The “fluffy jumbo egg omelet sandwich” has been a hot topic among Japanese foodies.

This attractive sandwich idea is said that originated in Kyoto, and people in Kyoto have traditionally eaten it.

It is called “Atsuyaki Tamago Sando” (厚焼き玉子サンド) in Japan and it’s a popular menu at classic Kissaten (a coffee shop).

Because of Kyoto origin food, egg omelet is often made with “dashi” broth, but I arrange it for myself without dashi broth. (I don’t like “dashimskitsmago” so much.)

To get the taste close to the authentic, Japanese “Syokupan” bread is the must-item.

However, it is hard to find it in the US.

Tell you the secret among Japanese residents in the US.

Get Trader Joe’s brioche bread! This bread is fluffy, moist, and butter-rich flavor goes well with the fluffy jumbo omelet and it’s the exact taste that I have at Kissaten in Japan. 

 

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Japanese "Atusyaki Tamago" sandwich

The fluffy jumbo egg omelet sandwich
CourseBreakfast, Lunch
CuisineJapanese
Servings1 Parson

Ingredients  

  • 2 slices Trader Joe's brioche bread or milk bread
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 tbsp milk
  • 1 tbsp Japanese sake *optional
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • ¼ tsp powdered chicken soup stock
  • mayo & mastered

Instructions 

  • Place the eggs, milk, powdered chicken soup stock, and pepper in the bowl and beat well.
  • Heat a saute pan or frying pan over medium heat and, when hot, add the butter.
  • Pour the egg mixture into the pan. Using the rubber spatula, make an omelet in the square as much as you can.
    using a rubber spatula, make a square egg omelet as much as you can
  • Toast slices of bread. Once toasts are done, spread mayo on a piece and mustard on another.
  • Carefully slide the omelet out of the pan into the toast.
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