Seaweed Vegetable Mini Egg Omelette

Seaweed Vegetable Mini Egg Omelette


Include seaweed in your breakfast with this delicious mini egg omelette.  Dried seaweed, along with carrot and scallions, is placed in beaten egg and pan fried to crispy brown perfection!


  • Eggs (6)
  • Dried Seaweed Sheets (Nori) (6 sheets, get the plain kind, not the toasted seaweed)
  • Carrot (1, diced)
  • Scallions (3-4 stalks, diced)
  • Salt (1 teaspoon)
  • Pepper (1/2 teaspoon)
  • Water (1/4 cup)
  • Vegetable Oil

Ingredients you will need:



1) Peel carrot. Dice your carrots and scallions.


2) In a wide blender, with your hands, rip seaweed and add to blender.  Add one egg and 1/4 cup of water and blend until seaweed becomes nice and mushy.


3) In a bowl, transfer the blended seaweed.  Then add 5 eggs. With a fork, beat the eggs until it’s incorporated with seaweed.  Then add scallions and carrots. Finally, add salt and pepper.  With fork, mix all of the ingredients so they are well incorporated.


4) In a wide hot frying pan, add oil.  Take a ladle spoon and scoop out mixture and place in frying pan and cook over medium heat.  Egg cooks quickly, so in like 40 seconds or when one side of egg is golden brown, with a spatula, carefully flip and cook until the other side gets golden brown.


5) Place cooked eggs on plate with paper towel.


6) In a small bowl, add some soy sauce and vinegar.  Serve sauce with egg omelette.


Recipe makes about 10-12 mini omelettes and serves about 4.



  1. Leigh says

    Hello Moon,

    I would like to thank you so much for showing the ingredients and pictures of each segment step by step from start to finish, I’m a male and hardly cook for myself. Though seeing this I will start cooking for myself, you are blessing and thank you for sharing.
    I do hope you do more of these, thanks again Leigh …

    • Moon Cho says

      Hello Leigh… I love that I have finally converted a man to cook!! All of my recipes have step-by-step instructions, so they are all easy to follow. If you have questions on anything, please ask!! God bless your new journey to cook! I love it!!!