Sunday, May 10, 2009

Eggs Are Good For You

We use eggs in most of our cooking and baking. I like to serve up fried noodles and rice with eggs. I opt for Omega-3 eggs when I shop. I like the fact that they contain less fat, pack full of Omega-3, and tasty too.

These almost deep-fried eggs are crunchy around the edges yet soft in the center. When hot oil is drizzled over the top of the eggs, there is no need to flip over the eggs. A few drops of oyster sauce and soy sauce, thinly sliced scallion and cilantro and sprinkles of paprika are all you need to dress up the eggs. This is a very tasty brunch or easy dinner. Snacking won't be a bad idea either.
Let's Get Frying:

Two Eggs
1/4 cup of oil
Sliced Scallion
Chopped cilantro
Dash of Paprika or Sliced Bird's eye Chilli or chopped red Bell Pepper for garnish and color.

Heat the wok or frying pan until almost smoking. Pour in the oil. When oil is hot enough. Slowly break the eggs one at a time into the wok or pan. Let them sit and do not disturb for a few minutes. It's fun to watch the eggs transform into little cakes. Use a slotted spoon or any utensils that withstand hot oil. Scoop some of the hot oil and drizzle over the eggs a few times. Watch them slowly covered in egg white. If you like your eggs runny. Scoop them up right away and drizzled sauces over and garnish. Enjoy!

1 comment:

Brooke said...

These look amazing! I love eggs and this is such a unique way of serving them.