TRADITIONAL JAPANESE RECIPE: Kinshi Tamago is basically shredded Egg-Crepes. The thin Egg threads are used for toppings and garnish for many dishes such as noodles and sushi, and it is not usually eaten by itself, but rather used to give some colour to other dishes.
To make Kinshi (golden threads) Tamago (eggs), you'll have to make thinly fried egg just like crepes. Once you make egg crepes, your job is mostly done. The rest is just cutting the egg crepes thinly.
t’s not hard to make but if it’s your first time trying, you probably need to practice a bit as the thinness of the crepe is the key and you need to get a hang of it until you learn how much egg mixture is needed for the size of your frying pan.
|Skill Level:||Time: 15 Minutes|
|Price:||Serves: 4 People|
01 - Beat the Eggs and add just a pinch of Salt.
02 - Heat small 20cm / 8in frying pan over medium heat and coat thinly with Oil.
03 - Pour some of the Egg mixture in the pan, spread it thin with a swirl motion, and cook for 15-30 seconds. Turn it over and immediately remove from the pan. Repeat until the egg mixture is gone.
04 - Roll up the Egg-Crepes and cut into thin strips.
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