Saturday, July 18, 2009

Fried Eggs With Preserved Sweet Turnip & Onion

Preserved Sweet Turnip Fried Egg1

Both my girls loved egg dishes so much. When I was out of idea on what to cook, I will just did this simple fried eggs for my family. I got all the ingredients in my fridge and what I do is just cut and chopped and put all the ingredients together, season it with some soy sauce and fried it...Easy right???


To make this simple egg dish, we need:

4 eggs (beaten)
1 large onion (sliced)
2 tbsp chopped preserved sweet turnip (cai por)
1 tsp soy sauce
some cooking oil for frying


Method:
  • Cracked the eggs in a bowl, add soy sauce and beat it to mix.
  • Heat the wok with some cooking oil.
  • Saute the onion slices until it's fragrant, add in the chopped preserved sweet turnip and stir-fried for 2 second (lower the heat if the wok is too hot)
  • Spread the fried onion and preserved turnip in the wok and pour in the beaten eggs on it.
  • Do not move the eggs for few minutes (lower the heat to prevent the eggs got burnt)
  • Check on the eggs if it already cooked before we flipped over and continue to fry the other side (add a little more oil if the eggs sticks to the wok)
  • Dish up and serve warm with steamed rice.

Happy Cooking!

AMY

2 comments:

Sonia said...

My kids love this too, usually I will add in fresh prawn and carrot as well. And is best to eat together with porridge.

TINTIN said...

Sonia: Ya, my kids love ham omelette as well and one of my favourite is fried eggs with garlic & chinese sausage which I prefer to be eaten with porridge.

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