Chinese Omellete. Egg Foo Young is a fluffy Chinese egg omelette filled with vegetables and pork or shrimp, smothered in a tasty Chinese Sauce. An easy Chinese recipe that's quick to make and versatile as you want it to be. Homemade Chinese takeout recipes are one of my favourite quick dinners, from Chow Mein to Beef and Broccoli, Cashew Chicken to Kung Pao Chicken..
An omelette is such an easy recipe to make and is perfect for bachelors while they venture out and have to sustain on their own. Prepare sauce by adding oyster sauce to chicken broth then whisk. Heat wok or skillet until extremely hot. You can cook Chinese Omellete using 7 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Chinese Omellete
- It’s 3 of egg (beaten).
- Prepare 1 of tomato (chopped).
- You need 1/2 of onion (chopped).
- Prepare of Chives (chopped).
- Prepare 1 cup of fresh milk.
- Prepare of Salt & pepper.
- It’s of Cooking oil.
Egg Foo Young is an omelette dish found in many varieties of Chinese cuisine such as Chinese Indonesian, British, Chinese American cuisine. The name comes from the Cantonese, a Chinese dialect. Fuyunghai or puyonghai is a Chinese Indonesian omelette, usually made from the mixture of vegetables such as carrots, bean sprouts, and cabbages, mixed with meats such as crab, shrimp, or minced chicken. Kuku is an omelette frequently containing large proportions of other ingredients, including herbs, folded in.
Chinese Omellete step by step
- Beat the egg, then mix all the ingredients..
- Mixture of everything.
- Heat the cooking oil in a pan, then fry the omellete. Roll to make a fold..
Chinese Omelette is a dish prepared with beaten eggs and add with various vegetables such as carrot, onion and spring onions. It is like an all-in-one dish! Most of the time I serve it with porridge. You may try with others vegetables as well. Such as bean sprout, mushrooms, cabbage or bamboo shoots.