Vegan Tamagoyaki

Written by McDonald, T.  |  Date 15th of May 2023

Omelettes are one of those things I miss. However, thanks to crackD we have an easy way to make them. This Chinese omelette is sweet, different, and tasty.   Although, the crackD egg replacement struggles with this dish, it is still good and better than nothing.


Notes

I used CrackD no egg egg in place of the eggs.  After you get used to this product, it makes a really great egg replacement.  I first used it to make scrambled eggs, which I did very well.  Nonetheless, it took much longer than eggs to cook and at first I thought it was a bit bland.  The long I cooked it, however, the better it seemed to be.  

Before preparing the mixture for Tamagoyaki, I wondered how it would react with the other ingredients; would it mix ok, or would it curdle?



 

Serves 1

Time—15 minutes

Ingredients 

  • CrackD no egg
  • Wine vinegar, cider vinegar or medium dry sherry x 1 tsp
  • Mirin x 1 tsp
  • Misco paste x 1/2 tsp
  • Water x 2 tbsp
  • Sugar x 1/2 tsp
  • Salt x a pinch

Method

  1. Mix the water and the miso paste together with the cider vinegar and mirin until combined.
  2. Add the CrackD no egg, sugar and salt.  Mix until combined. 
  3. Heat a little oil in a frying pan and add about a third of the mixture.  Keep to a medium heat and make sure the pan is hot before adding the mixture.
  4. Add about 1/3 of the mixture to the frying pan.

 

Results

 
I hope that you liked this blog and if you do try this recipe, please let me know how you got on and what it turned out like. You can leave a comment in the comments below.

 

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