Japanese Omelette Roll with Prawns (Date-Maki)

This is my version of the luxurious date-maki rolled omelette that is usually served at sushi restaurants in Japan.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 4 Prep: 20 min Cook: 20 min Nutrition: 130 cals

Ingredients

Eggs 3
Cod 50g
Prawns 50g
Dried yams 3-4
Sugar 2 tbsp
Mirin, sake, potato starch 1 tsp each
Soy sauce, salt, dashi stock granules a little of each

Method

1
Re-hydrate the dried yams in water - you can get them from Chinatown in London. The picture here shows enough for 8 people.
2
Blend the cod and prawns. The cod must be raw or thawed but uncooked. The prawns are also better raw, but boiled prawns are OK. Knead until sticky.
3
Add the egg yolks and seasonings and blend further. Blend the egg whites and yams separately. Finally, mix everything together.
4
Put a baking sheet in an oven tin and pour in the mixture from Step 3. Cover with foil and bake for 10-15 minutes in a 180C oven. Remove the foil, turn the heat up to 200C to brown the top.
5
Put some cling film onto a bamboo mat and place the baked omelette on top. Roll it up and secure with a rubber band to keep the shape. Wait a little until it becomes hand hot.
6
The taste of the prawn and egg is so delicious.

Tips & Note

You can enjoy this without any sauce. Crab instead of prawn is also delicious.

Japanese Omelette Roll with Prawns (Date-Maki)

This is my version of the luxurious date-maki rolled omelette that is usually served at sushi restaurants in Japan.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 4

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 20 min

Nutrition: 130 cals

Ingredients

Eggs 3
Cod 50g
Prawns 50g
Dried yams 3-4
Sugar 2 tbsp
Mirin, sake, potato starch 1 tsp each
Soy sauce, salt, dashi stock granules a little of each

Japanese Omelette Roll with Prawns (Date-Maki)

Recipe ID :2656 Posted on 29 MAY 2017

Serves 4

Prep 20min
Cook 20min
Nutrition130cals
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This is my version of the luxurious date-maki rolled omelette that is usually served at sushi restaurants in Japan.

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50g
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3-4
2 tbsp
1 tsp each
a little of each

Method

Prep
20min
Cook
20min
1
Re-hydrate the dried yams in water - you can get them from Chinatown in London. The picture here shows enough for 8 people.
2
Blend the cod and prawns. The cod must be raw or thawed but uncooked. The prawns are also better raw, but boiled prawns are OK. Knead until sticky.
3
Add the egg yolks and seasonings and blend further. Blend the egg whites and yams separately. Finally, mix everything together.
4
Put a baking sheet in an oven tin and pour in the mixture from Step 3. Cover with foil and bake for 10-15 minutes in a 180C oven. Remove the foil, turn the heat up to 200C to brown the top.
5
Put some cling film onto a bamboo mat and place the baked omelette on top. Roll it up and secure with a rubber band to keep the shape. Wait a little until it becomes hand hot.
6
The taste of the prawn and egg is so delicious.

Tips & Note

You can enjoy this without any sauce. Crab instead of prawn is also delicious.

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