Soy Sauce Eggs (Shoyu Tamago) recipe - Shoyu tamago are eggs that have been hard boiled, peeled, and then cooked in heated soy sauce so that the egg white turns brown on the outside and the egg becomes flavored by the soy sauce. They are wonderful as snacks or as an addition to a bento (a traditional Japanese lunch in a box) because they don’t need any additional seasoning.
卵かけご飯 (Egg Sauce Over Rice) Tamago Kake Gohan is a popular breakfast food made of boiled rice topped or mixed with raw egg and sometimes soy sauce. Most of the time, only the yolk is used. There is no correct way in making this dish. Any form is acceptable so long as the two main ingredients are present.
The typical egg dish in Japanese cuisine, dashimaki tamago (出し巻き卵, Japanese rolled omelette) is made by rolling thin layers of egg in the frypan. The beautiful layers of the egg when sliced, and the sweet dashi flavour make this omelette so unique.