4-Ingredient Japanese Omelet Recipe

4-Ingredient Japanese Omelet Recipe | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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I love eating eggs and trying out different dishes with them for my breakfast. Sometimes, I boil them and make an egg mayo spread, but most of the time, I fry them either sunny side up, scrambled, or turn them into an omelet. I always opt for a savory taste and have never tried a sweet one before. So I looked for recipes online and found this 4-ingredient Japanese omelet recipe by Useful and quick on Youtube. It’s incredible how fluffy and delicious this looks. You might think it’s frosting, but it’s actually not. This is more like a dessert or snack – it pairs perfectly with the bitter taste of coffee. You have to try this out! Read on or watch the video below for the full instructions.



  • 5 pieces of eggs
  • salt
  • 4 teaspoons of sugar
  • butter or oil


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Step 1:

Separate the yolks and whites into two bowls. Add two teaspoons of sugar to the yolks and another 2 teaspoons to the whites. Then add a pinch of salt to the whites.

4-Ingredient Japanese Omelette Recipe Ingredients
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Step 2:

Whip the egg whites until it has a fluffy texture using a hand mixer. It should hold its shape against gravity. Next, whisk the yolks.

Step 3:

Place a pan over low heat and spread some butter or oil. Pour the beaten yolks and fry. Once it forms a little bit, put the whisked egg whites on top. Spread it and form a dome-like shape using a spatula. Place the lid and let it cook until it rises. Slowly scrape the edges of the omelet on the pan using a spatula.

4-Ingredient Japanese Omelette Recipe Instructions
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Step 4:

Transfer to a plate with the yellow part on the bottom and slice in half. Place one half on the other. Slice in pieces then serve. Enjoy!


4-Ingredient Japanese Omelette Recipe

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