Hello Everyone I am Masa， i would like to share with you a yummy Japanese Egg Salad Sandwich This is called Tamago Sando Egg Salad Sandwich in chinese Every time when I return home to Japan, I often visit my neighbor convenient store, I would buy drinks, snacks and food including sandwich they have many different sandwiches to choose from but my favorite is Egg Salad Sandwich! You can make this sandwich with my easy to follow steps and everyday ingredients So let’s get start on this yummy creation. 2 Eggs Start your egg with cold water and bring it up to boil Boil the egg for about 10 minutes after boiling Masa’s Tip: move your eggs from time to time will keep your egg yolk stay in the middle. 10 minutes later place both eggs into ice water smash the egg with potato masher Masa’s Tip: don’t over smashed your egg so you will have better texture instead of mushy egg salad 2 Table spoon of mayonnaise 1 Teaspoon of condensed milk Masa’s Tip: condensed milk will bring added sweetness and dairy flavor to the salad Sprinkle of salt and freshly grounded black pepper Masa’s Tip: it’s delicious to eat as is! so our Japanese style egg salad is ready now Masa’s Tip: you can prepare boil egg your way as well I used potato masher this time this is used to prepare mash potato Masa’s Tip: it works great with boil egg as well as red bean paste if you don’t have potato masher you can also use egg slicer you can easily slice boil eggs into egg slices where you can incorporate them in many dishes first place the egg in the middle press down to slice it one way then turn it to slice it again Masa’s Tip: cross cuts will produce better texture egg salad if you don’t have either masher or slicer, you can also use strainer place the strainer over a bowl and place the egg in the middle, then use spatula to push and break down the egg Masa’s Tip: using the strainer will result in finer egg Masa’s Tip: it can be use on all kind of salads if you don’t have any of the tools i used so far no problem we will just use our old and trusted glass bottle wrapped the bottom with plastic wrap and mash the egg with the bottom 2 slices of toast trim off the crust Masa’s Tip: you can either trim it or leave it on as you prefer Masa’s Tip: you can make bread crumbs from the trimming with food processor now lightly butter the toast which we trimmed off the crust Masa’s Tip: butter will prevent the toast from becoming too soggy Masa’s Tip: wrap the sandwich tightly to keep it’s shape Masa’s Tip: put it in the refrigerator for about an hour will do an even better job Masa’s Tip: cut it with knuckle side down will prevent indention from your fingers OK!!! here is my take on a simple but delicious tamago sando hope you enjoy it This is a very simple recipe, can be made quickly and it’s perfect for breakfast let’s start eating! hmmmmm Yummy!!!!!!! because i didn’t smash the egg many times so it have that lovely texture and you can really taste the egg yolk and egg white D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S! pair up with cup of coffee makes it a perfect breakfast couple You can also add some yellow mustard to give it a kick while you butter up the totast and it’s equally delicious Masa’s Tip: kick it up with yellow mustard will bring it to another level! Masa’s Tip: you can also substitute toast with croissant or hot dog buns cut it in the center and stuff egg salad with lettuce and tomato in the video I wrapped my sandwich with clear wraps, but if you don’t like clear wrap, you can also use lightly moist cloth Masa’s Tip: using lightly moist cloth will prevent toast from drying up make sure you lightly moist the cloth without excess water, so it will be moist and tasty like you just made it. if you make them for picnic or lunch box you can use baking paper Masa’s Tip: baking paper makes it perfect to pack them and eating them without creating a mess There are lot of selections for baking paper You can find this easily in all stores just tear a piece and wrap your sandwich in it but if you want to step it up an notch Japan also have a large selection of fancy printed baking papers to chose from Let me show you how Masa would wrap his sandwich This make it a perfect snack to take with you! or cut it into halves and serve them on your favorite plate finger licking good and won’t make a mess Masa’s Tip: You can buy them at Japanese Department stores like Daiso or Hands and if you ever travel to Japan, you can pick them up while traveling Japan so this time we show you how to make a simple yet delicious tamago sando If you want to make a quick and easy breakfast please try it at home and leave me a comment to tell me how you did, thank you very much for cook with Masa!