Japanese Steam Egg Seasoning (15mlx3)

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Not recommended for those with any food allergies.

Make your own Chawanmushi (Japanese Steamed Egg) at home easily with these seasoning packets. Each bag contains three 15ml sauce packets. Each sauce packet makes 2 servings. 

Size: 15ml x 3packets (Makes 6 servings.)
Made in Japan.


Cooking instructions:

1. In a bowl, mix together one 15ml sauce packet, 1 egg, and 200ml of water.
2. Pour mixture into 2 bowls (2 servings)
3. In a steamer, steam at high heat for 2 minutes, then steam for another 10-13 minutes on low to medium heat.
4. Optional: add toppings such as shrimp and mushroom.

For a smooth and silky textured egg, pour the egg mixture through a sieve or a fine meshed strainer before cooking. Cover the lid while cooking, but leave a small gap/opening to allow steam to escape.

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