Tamago Tofu with Fresh Black Truffle

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Comments • 121

  • Abdulwahhab Mustafa Mousa

    absolutely stunning dish by a brilliant world-class chef

  • Christopher Biegel
    Christopher Biegel 5 months ago

    You guys should try Oregon truffles when they are in season. They are smaller and not exactly as aromatic as the ones from Europe but they cost no more than $60-100/lb at a farmer's market instead of $800/lb and are still pretty good. I think for many dishes that someone would make at home, as apposed to a high-end restaurant, the trade of would be worth it. Keep up the great work!

  • Holyshinobii
    Holyshinobii 5 months ago

    End result looks very unappetizing. Camera man thinks ANYTHING looks good. Guy would literally think shit on a plate is the best thing ever

  • mircea velniciuc
    mircea velniciuc 5 months ago +2

    Hiro you are the best! Very very amazing.

  • Nickyt
    Nickyt 5 months ago

    Way too much truffle on that dish. I find it far too overpowering with its strong flavour - it can ruin a dish

  • Elas Bagunçam
    Elas Bagunçam 5 months ago +1

    Hiro i love you 😍

  • Donna Lee
    Donna Lee 5 months ago

    Hah! Guess I won’t be making this dish anytime soon! $$$$$$$$$$. Would love to taste it tho.

  • Rado Bedner
    Rado Bedner 5 months ago

    Hirosan is the B E S T Master Sushi Chief. The BEST. Eva

  • Rado Bedner
    Rado Bedner 5 months ago

    Hirosan is a greaaaaat Gentleman. An real GREAT.

  • John Smithee
    John Smithee 5 months ago +1

    If Hiro was kind enough to appear on the F-Word, then it's only fair Gordon Ramsay cameo's on one of Hiro's videos one day

    • Holyshinobii
      Holyshinobii 5 months ago

      John Smithee it’s not like he was doing Gordon a favor being on there lol

  • Jordy Mulder
    Jordy Mulder 5 months ago

    4:12 Those eggyolks are more solid than my shit at 8 o’clock in the morning

  • Yoda _
    Yoda _ 5 months ago

    Hiro, can you cook more dishes with chicken? I'd also like to see you make a hamburger.

  • Jeremy Metcalf
    Jeremy Metcalf 5 months ago

    One episode Hiro needs to eat all of the food, and leave the cameraman hanging. Oh the agony that would ensue LOL.

  • Jeremy Metcalf
    Jeremy Metcalf 5 months ago

    Eating a bowl of Nishiki rice covered in furikake (yes, I got crazy and added soy sauce and Kewpie mayo) while watching Hiro cook.

  • Ace Lightning
    Ace Lightning 5 months ago

    What else can you flavor tamago tofu with besides truffles??

    • Ace Lightning
      Ace Lightning 2 months ago

      I'd stir-fry it and drain it before I added it to the eggs.

    • Greg Helton
      Greg Helton 2 months ago

      Ace Lightning pork works if not to fatty.

    • Ace Lightning
      Ace Lightning 2 months ago +1

      I could probably mix some ground pork or slivers of chicken into the eggs. And then a bit of hot oil for dipping ;-)

    • Greg Helton
      Greg Helton 2 months ago

      Ace Lightning that sucks. Basically anything goes. I’ve had chawanmushi (a softer version, 2:1 mixture), with a small slice of konbu, boiled soy beans, cilantro, small slice of chicken, etc. and it’s delicious. Some chefs take the dashi to a 3:1 ratio but I prefer 2:1.

    • Ace Lightning
      Ace Lightning 2 months ago

      I have a long list of food allergies, including mushrooms and seafood. I like the rolled tamago - I bought a pan for making it at home. I just make different dipping sauces, with ginger and hot pepper and other flavors to accent the egg.

  • Badguy
    Badguy 5 months ago


  • Stanley Jr
    Stanley Jr 5 months ago +13

    Sensei Hiro is a world class chef. When you go through his videos its clear he can cook like a master but his presentation is always impeccable. Sometimes i cant see where hes going when he is plating up, but he can clearly see what i cant envision. A true artist. I can relate though, as when i make music any1 in the studio with me normally cant see where im going with it until its completely done. But Hiro is on a completely different level.
    Had to do a long comment as i dont usually comment on the videos, but want yall to know im a big fan!
    - Stanley Jr

  • Terence Chang
    Terence Chang 5 months ago

    That is a very expensive tofu

  • Uncle Beardo
    Uncle Beardo 5 months ago +2

    Nice video, the amount of truffle flavor must be beyond belief, wished I could have tried it. Thanks for sharing!

  • Mike West
    Mike West 5 months ago

    Looks pretty amazing to me. Really nice dish you used to serve it.

  • sexy korean girl
    sexy korean girl 5 months ago +1

    gold taste like chicken?

  • Peace & Quiet
    Peace & Quiet 5 months ago +1

    Looks like Flan
    Hiro yall should really step up yalls production so it flows better

  • J &S
    J &S 5 months ago +4

    I don't know how you keep fit and trim surrounded by such great food?

  • Jo D
    Jo D 5 months ago

    Good afternoon! You probably have a local source for your ingredients but is there a good place online to purchase these items? Thanks Master Hiro keep up the awesome work😃

  • karthik from Hyd
    karthik from Hyd 5 months ago

    Why is the camera man sounding dull today?

  • Moyra Louise
    Moyra Louise 5 months ago +3

    Great to hear Hiro adding to the commentary as much as he did 😊 what a perfectionist

  • Chris Anders
    Chris Anders 5 months ago +1

    Good Afternoon!

  • Peter Garcia
    Peter Garcia 5 months ago

    Finger foods and small fine dining foods are appealing..making you want it more..

  • N o r i
    N o r i 5 months ago +1

    Good Abutanoon eburiwan!

  • Rajkiran Natarajan
    Rajkiran Natarajan 5 months ago

    The stuff that gets left over in the strainer is egg connective tissues and other solid proteins. Good call straining it out.

  • Rajkiran Natarajan
    Rajkiran Natarajan 5 months ago

    Truffles look like 2 day old dog 💩 but they taste great lmao

  • Joe T
    Joe T 5 months ago

    It’s 9:20pm. Good afternoon!

  • Rajkiran Natarajan
    Rajkiran Natarajan 5 months ago +7

    How much is a pound of truffle?
    Hiro: Very very good afternoon!

  • Nate Holley
    Nate Holley 5 months ago

    What is the brand of that cutting board?

  • Ace Lightning
    Ace Lightning 5 months ago

    The way the gold leaf flutters in the breeze is interesting to watch.

  • The World of JR
    The World of JR 5 months ago +4

    The Tamago was not having a good afternoon.

  • Joshua 윤호 Han
    Joshua 윤호 Han 5 months ago

    how about some no stick spray on the ramekin before putting the egg mixture in so it comes out clean

  • Bryan Hackett
    Bryan Hackett 5 months ago +1

    Never had black truffle before. It looks good.

  • salamut2202
    salamut2202 5 months ago

    That is an incredibly unique plate

  • Daniel Zimmerman
    Daniel Zimmerman 5 months ago +1

    Swedish Fish sushi
    Edit: I thought Tamago was layered egg omelet cooked in a square tray pan typically using chopsticks

    • Jeremy Metcalf
      Jeremy Metcalf 5 months ago

      Tamago literally means egg. Yaki means grilled. Like yakitori literally means grilled chicken :).

    • Ruben
      Ruben 5 months ago

      you are thinking of tamagoyaki. tamago can refer to tamagoyaki as we think of it in sushi but i think it is just a generalized term for egg. this dish is more of chawanmushi (egg custard) style.

  • Eli's Corner
    Eli's Corner 5 months ago +1

    so there is no tofu in this??

    • Greg Helton
      Greg Helton 2 months ago +1

      Eli's Corner tamago tofu means egg tofu. It has a texture similar to tofu.

  • Samuel Rubio
    Samuel Rubio 5 months ago

    The camera man is licking his lips 😂😂😂😂.

  • Buddy Evans
    Buddy Evans 5 months ago

    Monk fish liver appetizer please

  • NecromortisQc
    NecromortisQc 5 months ago +6

    Stop eating gold plz... we need it for computer :)

    • Dragon RA Open
      Dragon RA Open 5 months ago

      o 44 xD

    • o 44
      o 44 5 months ago +1

      Dont worry, they shit it back out

  • adham hussein
    adham hussein 5 months ago

    interesting recipe Hero San! tried it only instead of Truffles and Gold sheets i added steamed krill Shrimps and decorated it with red Salmon Caviar and Lemon slices! it was really Heaven! tasted so Oceany!!!! thanks for the incperation!!

  • Mojova1
    Mojova1 5 months ago +1

    I know this sounds like whining, but i am a finnish cook and i cant see any reason for the gold flake...nothing. Food is for nutrients and you get nothing from that so why. Please Hiro tell me why? I love you chanel but i hate the gold :D

  • Dylan Larsen
    Dylan Larsen 5 months ago

    Hiro should make a special tomago kake gohan.

  • Craig mills
    Craig mills 5 months ago +1

    Nice omelette

  • Kana Lord
    Kana Lord 5 months ago +1

    Thanks Hiro !

  • Haute Cuisine
    Haute Cuisine 5 months ago

    This is a very good recipe, thanks guys

  • Cameron Larson
    Cameron Larson 5 months ago

    Can u guys do an Ike Jime Video please!!!!!!

  • Cameron Larson
    Cameron Larson 5 months ago

    Can u guys do an Ike Jime Video please!!!!!!

  • Craig Rubin
    Craig Rubin 5 months ago

    Hirooooooo what's good? You love those truffles. Lol

  • Janie Lynn
    Janie Lynn 5 months ago

    Hiro, you're an artist :)

  • kimberly duncan
    kimberly duncan 5 months ago +1

    Did I win the knife lol

  • elsa martins
    elsa martins 5 months ago +1

    Olá pode explicar, o que são os ingredientes japoneses, pelos nomes, eu não sei o que são ou do que são feitos.... só conheço o molho de soja, os outros não são do que são feitos.... muito obrigado! Arigato gozaimasu!!!

  • SilverFox489
    SilverFox489 5 months ago

    Good afternoon!

  • TheGrYlix
    TheGrYlix 5 months ago +1

    I could cook a whole meal for the worth of the spilled truffle 😂

  • Gadgetbig
    Gadgetbig 5 months ago +1

    Wow,, that looks delicious

  • Fred1022
    Fred1022 5 months ago +1

    I may sound like a noob, But what is truffle? Is it natural? And would this be considered a breakfast?

    • Tacsense
      Tacsense 5 months ago

      truffles come from underground like mushrooms , they are rare and people get pigs and dogs to sniff them out the ground, there garlicy lol