Miso Egg Soboro for your Bento and Onigiri
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Miso Egg Soboro for your Bento and Onigiri

Our canteen lady used to make this very often when I lived in company housing.
The soboro was sandwiched with rice so it was very satisfying.

I don't use any oil with this dish, so use a non-stick frying pan.

Use 2 pairs of chopsticks to stir the egg mixture. The bigger the gaps between the chopsticks are, the larger the soboro grains become. Recipe by Shijimi24

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Ingredients

2 servings
  1. 2 Eggs
  2. 1 1/2 tbsp of each Miso, sugar, mirin

Method

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    You might think a soboro bento needs two kinds of crumbled toppings (egg and chicken). With this egg soboro, you will be satisfied with just one kind!

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    With miso this soboro looks darker than usual egg soboro but tastes good. Dissolve the miso, sugar and mirin over low heat.

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    After the miso starts to dissolve, add the beaten eggs. Hold the chopsticks neatly as in this photo.

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    Keep the heat low. Continue to stir the mixture vigorously. Do not forget to scrape the mixture off the sides of the pan.

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    After the mixture starts to look like this turn the heat off. Continue to stir the mixture over residual heat until crumbly!

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    To make soboro onigiri, line a flat dish with cling film and place cooked rice and half of the egg soboro. Spread the soboro evenly.

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    Place some more cooked rice and the rest of the egg soboro on top. Shape into a ball. Wrap with nori seaweed. You will taste the egg soboro with every bite! There's no need to add salt to the onigiri.

  8. Edit

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