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Beef Fu Yung Omelette

Beef Fu Yung Omelette - Chinese Recipes For All

Chinese-style omelette with yummy beef strips

A delicious, filling dish that you’ll love! Really quick to make and we're sure this one will become a staple of yours.

Time: Prep 5 mins / Cooking 5 mins

Difficulty: Easy



Serves 1

For the beef

  • 100g beef, cut into rectangle strips
  • 1 tsp cornflour
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp soy sauce
  • 1/2 tsp vegetable oil

For the dish

  • 4 tbsp, vegetable oil overall
  • 60g, beansprouts, washed and drained
  • 20g, frozen peas, defrosted for a few minutes in a bowl of water and then drained
  • 3, eggs, crack into a bowl and whisk
  • 1 tsp, salt, or to taste
  • White pepper, to taste
  • 1, spring onion. Half of it slice thinly, other half cut in 1 inch slices.



Cut the beef into strips and place into a bowl. Add cornflour, salt, soy sauce and vegetable oil to the beef and mix. You can leave this to marinade for 10 minutes or you can use straight away.


Heat 1 tbsp oil in a wok until hot. Fry the beef strips for 1 minute and then set aside.


Whisk the eggs. Defrost the peas in a small bowl of water.


Add the beansprouts, peas, 1 inch slices of spring onion, salt, white pepper and the beef to the eggs and give it a mix so everything is incorporated with the beaten egg.

Ready? Let's cook!


Heat wok on high heat. Add the 3 tbsp oil.


When oil is hot add the egg mixture to the pan and keep moving the mixture around for 1 minute whilst the mix is still wet. As it starts to cook and take it's shape then leave it.


Cook for 1 minute, flip it, cook for further 1 minute.


Garnish with the thinly sliced spring onion.


Extra Notes: Depending on the size of your wok or pan it's definitely better to cook this as an individual serving for 1 person. If you need to cook for 2 just double the ingredients etc. It will take longer to cook the egg when there is more mixture.

Done! 祝您好胃口!

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