"Plain omelet" found in the frozen food corner of a commercial supermarket. A set of 10 omelets made from domestic eggs. The price is 201 yen (tax included). It costs about 20 yen per piece.
It seems that sugar, salt, and bonito broth are used in addition to domestic eggs for omelets shaped like leaves. Since they are packed side by side in a tray, you can eat as much as you want by transferring them to a plate, wrapping them, and heating them in a microwave oven (approximate heating time: 500W per piece for about 50 seconds).
Mini size that can be eaten with two mouths (one bite if you do your best?). The outside is moist and the inside is fluffy and soft, with a slight sweetness of the egg as it is. Not only sprinkling ketchup, but also dripping soy sauce and shaking black pepper make it easy to arrange. It looks delicious even if you sandwich it with lettuce or ham in a butter roll.
"Plain omelet" is a Gyomu Super that is recommended for a busy morning breakfast, filling your stomach, and as a snack for your child. Why don't you pick it up when you see it?