Brunch: Tamagoyaki with Marinated Salmon

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Recently I have been going through some lovely blogs that have very informative, aspiring and inspiring  Japanese-related posts ( i.e. Fae’s Twist and Tango , Daily Nibbles and the mother of all the Japanese   food blogs Just One Cook Book ) . As a result, during the week I felt like I must go to a Sushi restaurant of some sort but it didn’t happen. The itch stayed though. So this morning I go through my kitchen thinking is there anything I can make to taste Japanese? I have eggs, and salmon. Shall I go with the British classic; salmon and poached eggs? Or is it time to push myself? The result was this post: Tamagoyaki ( Japanese folded egg omelette ) with marinated salmon.

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I sliced the salmon thinly. Marinated in 1 tbs of rice wine  vinegar, 1 teaspoon of Mirin. Added Sushi ginger and spring onions for 5 mins

I sliced the salmon thinly. Marinated in 1 tbs of rice wine vinegar, 1 teaspoon of Mirin. Added Sushi ginger and spring onions for 5 mins

Here it is... my brunch. Pimped up with toasted sesame seeds and shredded nori

Here it is… my brunch. Pimped up with toasted sesame seeds and shredded nori

Tasty bite!

Tasty bite!

For the recipe and ingredients I couldn’t do a better job than Just One Cook Book so I direct you to their page. A quick glance of the ingredients: INGREDIENTS: ( for the omelette )

  • 3 eggs ( I used 5 large eggs to get the size of the omelette in my pictures, enough for 2 ).
Seasonings
  • 1 Tbsp. sugar
  • 1 tsp. soy sauce
  • 1 tsp. mirin
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 4 Tbsp. dashi stock ( I didn’t have any).

I didn’t have a specific recipe for marinated salmon but this is what I did: I sliced the salmon thinly. Marinated in 1 tbs of rice wine vinegar, 1 teaspoon of Mirin. Added Sushi ginger and spring onions for 5 mins. Thanks for looking and come back soon! Nargess

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This entry was published on May 11, 2013 at 11:18 am. It’s filed under All the Recipes jumbled up!, SEAFOOD, VEGETARIAN and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

11 thoughts on “Brunch: Tamagoyaki with Marinated Salmon

  1. Love this, I also love Okonmiyaki. Do you think using smoked salmon would work with this, would make a lovely Mothers Day brunch.

  2. I’m glad you like it Suzzane! I am working my way towards Okonamiyaki. I have never had it, hear so many good stuff about it tho. I personally wouldn’t use smoked salmon with this marinate. I think the flavours are very mild here. But you are right, it be nice for mothers day! 🙂

  3. Nami | Just One Cookbook on said:

    Hi Nargess! Thanks for making the tamagoyaki recipe! Your marinated salmon looks delicious too. Thank you for linking back. I just shared your post on my facebook page. 🙂

  4. Hi Nami, thanks very much. I never expected to hear from you. It is amazing that you have seen my post and shared it too. Thanks a million for stopping by. I will be keep checking your blog and learning from it.
    Nargess

  5. Darling Nargess, – Even a Japanese couldn’t post such a modern version delight. You presented with style and class. I can see ‘oiyoufood’ quickly becoming a favorite of many.
    – I am honored to be mentioned with Nami and be included in your post.
    Thank you for the link. 😀 Fae.

    • Fae, it means a lot that you think this is a good dish! Your recent posts inspired me …my kitchen is pretty much packed with Japanese ingredients now 😉 .
      As for my blog..I must say this has been my most successful post so far. Hopefully not a one hit-wonder!!! 🙂

      • – I’m glad to hear that your kitchen is stocked with Japanese ingredients… I’m planning on posting a few more Japanese dishes which may further inspire you.
        – Love, with what you have done/posted so far, you are going to score hit after hit! 😀 )))

  6. Delish! I love eggs and salmon together and with Japanese flavours…….yum. Thanks for the inspiration.

  7. This look fantastic! Oh my gosh. My “boys” …husband and son are already thanking you because I am going to make this! Thank you for posting this. 🙂

  8. That is good news my dear. I hope you guys enjoyed your dish! 🙂

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