- Mixed Vegetable Tamagoyaki
- Teriyaki Tofu
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Spinach Tamagoyaki (Notice how small it is compared to the mixed vegetable one?)
- Apple Rabbits (Kinda hard to see because of the large spinach leaves in the way)
- Baby Carrots.... to feed the apple rabbit with!
Oh anyway, the mixed vegetable tamagoyaki is soooo much bigger then the spinach tamagoyaki because
- The Mixed Vegetable Tamagoyaki has more filling (Lot's of vegetables)
- To keep the mixed vegetables from falling out of the tamagoyaki you have to mix it with egg
- Then you have to add more layers of egg on the outside in order to keep the huge filling all wrapped up and presentable
- The spinach tamagoyaki only has a little bit of filling
- And the Spinach stays in place so it doesn't have to be mixed with egg when cooking
- So it requires a smaller amount of egg to wrap it all up and look presentable.
Don't forget to take into account the colors of the fillings too. If you want them to stand out really well then I suggest using a bright color like red peppers or bright green spinach, but if you don't want the colors to stand out, then using cheese or corn would work better... or having no filling at all would work too.
P.S. I do not mix my eggs with sugar or soy sauce or anything like that. If you do not like sweet or salty tamagoyaki like many of the recipes I have seen for tamagoyaki, then do not add any of those things suggested in the recipes because they are not a requirement to make tamagoyaki, they are just flavorings.