Hawaii Mom Blog: Tamago Sandwich




February 16, 2021

Tamago Sandwich

Crustless tamago (egg) sandwiches are popular convenience store eats in Japan, and I've been seeing them all over social media lately!

Since my youngest loves eggs, I decided to make Tamago Sandwiches for lunch one day.
First, I made 2 soft-boiled eggs (place in boiling water for 7 minutes, then immediately place in ice cold water), and 4 hard-boiled eggs (place in boiling water for 4 more minutes, or 11 minutes total, then immediately place in ice cold water). 

I chopped up the 4 hard boiled eggs and mixed it with 4 T mayo (adjust this to your preference), and a dash of salt.

I then took 2 slices of bread (crusts removed), sliced one of the 2 soft-boiled eggs in half vertically, and placed yolk side down on each slice of bread.

Next, I spread on the egg mixture on each slice, topped off with another slice of crustless bread each, and cut each sandwich in half.

Easy and delish!

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