Bored of alternating between hard boiled, sunny-side up or scrambled eggs? Spice it up by making Korea’s rolled egg omelette, or gyeran-mari. The eggs are beaten, and then rolled in layers while cooking.
The most common fillings are seaweed rolls or ham and frozen vegetables and it may require a bit of a practice especially if you’re not used to rolling your eggs while it’s cooking. Timing and the heat are also fundamental to getting the perfect rolled omelettes, because if you cook it in high heat, the underside may get burnt before you even get to the second layer. If it’s too low, then your eggs may end up runny and may be ruined before it ever hits the plate.
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