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"I made this exactly as specified and it was very bland. There was so much sauce it worked better as a soup. My conclusion, too much work for not enough flavor."
"I have been making authentic Japanese Tamago for the past 5 years. This is NOT tamago! its a sweetened, salty pancake. Some things you might want to reconsider. 2 tablespoons of sugar for 2 eggs is WAY too sweet. Flour?! there is no flour in Tamago at all, ever. This is what turns it into a cake. Salt should be replaced by soy sauce. 1 teas..."
"Soooooo goooood! I don't think I will make American meatloaf ever again. My husband added some Teriyaki sauce and Hoysin to the sauce to give it a little bit of a sweet spice. Give it a try."
"Fantastic side that goes with many main courses. The flavor of this dish hits all over your mouth. A salty beginning, cool fresh middle and a good heat at the end. Definitely use rice vinegar over white. To kick it up even more use 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes, 1/4 tsp cayanne, and 1 or 2 cloves of garlic. Tastes like a cucumber Kimchi."
"Easy to make and tastes great! Although it really needs a sauce to make it complete. I substituted Panko for the breadcrumbs for a lighter breading. One thing to note, the directions don't specify the frying method. I used enough oil to cover half way up the side of the pork and fried for 1:30 per side."