Niratama (egg & chinese chives). Niratama literally means garlic chives (nira) and egg (tama shorten for tamago). Eggs and garlic chives are cooked on high heat till fluffy outside and still soft inside. We like to eat it as a single main.
Adding vegetables such as garlic chives to scrambled eggs often causes the eggs to get soggy. Niratama is a Japanese dish made with sauteed garlic chives with lightly seasoned scrambled eggs. How to Make Niratama (Garlic Chive Scrambled Eggs). You can create Niratama (egg & chinese chives) by using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is what you need to do to create it:
Ingredients of Niratama (egg & chinese chives)
- It’s of nira (chinese chives) (wash and cut into 3cm pieces).
- Prepare of beaten eggs.
- You need of sake.
- It’s of soy sauce.
- You need of mirin.
- You need of sugar.
Ingredients used in Niratama Garlic chive and Egg. When the leaf are soften, add beaten egg and cover it for a few seconds. When the egg get cooked,the dish is ready. The Japan Food Addict app is here!
Niratama (egg & chinese chives) step by step
- Combine all seasonings in a saucepan and bring to a simmer. (after boiled about 30 sec).
- Add nira, stir and simmer over medium-low heat until cooked. (nira is cooked in a flash).
- Pour the beaten egg evenly on surface and cook for 20~30 sec over low heat. Cover with a lid and turn off the heat. Steam the egg until desired doneness..
Nira is a green vegetable called “chives” in English and tama means egg in Japanese. Niratama Donburi is a Japanese rice dish topped with a Garlic Chive omelet. I found this recipe on Just One Cookbook and became incredibly excited. I absolutely love Japanese cuisine and do not often. Niratama is a quintessential dish in Japanese home cooking.