Surimi egg rolls


Surimi makes a wonderful snack all by itself, but what if we turn it into a light, easy to pack meal sponsored by the number one ingredient that all students have at home? You’ll get a stuffed tamagoyaki with surimi!!

So you’ll be asking me what is Tamagoyaki?  It’s the common type of cooked eggs in Japanese cuisine, this dish is made by rolling together thin layers of egg in a frying pan until you get a solid piece of rolled up egg. In other words, it’s something that you’ll fall in love with as soon as you taste it!

Check out this easy recipe! And don’t forget that you may add anything into the mixture;  from bell pepper to tomatoes? Or maybe you can stuff it with minced meat? Or chicken leftovers? I mean if you’re a student then you definitely have enough creativity to deal with it.

Ingredients:

  • 2 surimis
  • 2-3 eggs
  • Salt & pepper
  • Coriander
  • 1 tbs olive oil

 

Instructions:

  1. Mix the eggs, the chopped coriander and season the mixture.
  2. Whisk it together very well;
  3. Add olive oil to grease the pan then pour enough mixture to make a thin layer; Wait 2 to 3 min, place the 2 Surimis at the edge then start rolling the egg. Move the rolled layer in the middle of the pan.
  4. Add more mixture, wait another 2 min and repeat until there is no mixture left!

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5 Comments Add yours

    1. thetaste0flife says:

      thanks, it was so yum!!!

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  1. munchkinontheroad says:

    Reblogged this on On the Road Cooking.

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  2. Chicken Biriyani is often served with a boiled egg in the centre… tried once with thinly fried egg, rolled and cut, to garnish the biriyani… was liked by all. Both Tamagoyaki and Surimi was new 🙂 Thanks for the wonderful recipe!

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  3. Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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