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We’re split pretty evenly around here on liking eggs and not. Some of us love them, while the others don’t want anything to do with them. I converted Princess R today though with these Korean Egg Rolls. Who knew tossing some carrots in with the egg is all it would take.
While searching for a good Korean recipe this month I came across this recipe for egg rolls, or Tamagoyaki, from Eugenie Kitchen. I showed it to Mark, who immediately wanted one. He watches a lot of anime, and said one thing they always eat (and makes him hungry watching), is an egg roll. He thought we needed a square pan, but thanks to Eugenie Kitchen, we found it wasn’t necessary, though I’m sure it would help some to have the square pan – I’ll just put it on my list.
I had a lot of fun making this, mostly because it was SO SIMPLE, but also because I got to use some chopsticks my mother in law sent from Japan. While taking pictures, I tried a new trick I learned as well, and it worked!
Isn’t that a cute little chopstick holder? It reminds me of the wooden ducks my grandma had, but in miniature form.
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