Omelette Waffle Japanese Style

It's a firm favourite with kids in Japan. Simply use a waffle maker and have fun.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 3 Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Eggs 2
Dashi granules 10g
Salt a pinch
Sugar 20g
Spring onions 3
Melted butter 30g
Flour 50g
Strong flour 50g
Water 100-120ml

Method

1
Crack the eggs in a bowl and add the salt, sugar, finely chopped spring onions, dashi granules and 50ml water. Mix thoroughly to combine well.
2
Season to taste.
3
Add both flours to Step 2 and mix well. Add more water a bit at a time to make a batter.
4
Scoop up some batter with a spoon - if it drops from the spoon in ribbons, this is the right consistency.
5
Heat up the waffle maker and pour in lots of batter. Put the lid on.
6
Cook for 6 minutes in total on both sides on medium heat. You can check occasionally for colour.
7
When both sides are nicely browned, it's ready. Enjoy as it is or with your favourite sauce.

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Omelette Waffle Japanese Style

It's a firm favourite with kids in Japan. Simply use a waffle maker and have fun.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 3

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Eggs 2
Dashi granules 10g
Salt a pinch
Sugar 20g
Spring onions 3
Melted butter 30g
Flour 50g
Strong flour 50g
Water 100-120ml

Omelette Waffle Japanese Style

Recipe ID :923 Posted on 28 JUL 2015

Serves 3

Cook 20min
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It's a firm favourite with kids in Japan. Simply use a waffle maker and have fun.

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2
10g
a pinch
20g
3
30g
50g
50g
100-120ml

Method

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20min
1
Crack the eggs in a bowl and add the salt, sugar, finely chopped spring onions, dashi granules and 50ml water. Mix thoroughly to combine well.
2
Season to taste.
3
Add both flours to Step 2 and mix well. Add more water a bit at a time to make a batter.
4
Scoop up some batter with a spoon - if it drops from the spoon in ribbons, this is the right consistency.
5
Heat up the waffle maker and pour in lots of batter. Put the lid on.
6
Cook for 6 minutes in total on both sides on medium heat. You can check occasionally for colour.
7
When both sides are nicely browned, it's ready. Enjoy as it is or with your favourite sauce.
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