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Shrimp Fu Yung Omelette

Shrimp Fu Yung Omelette - Chinese Recipes For All

Tasty shrimps with egg and beansprouts cooked in Chinese-style.

This is such an easy to cook dish and is also really quick to make! Nutritionally, shrimp is an excellent source of B12, so what are you waiting for, give this one a go!

Time: Prep 3 mins / Cooking 4 mins

Difficulty: Easy

Mild

Ingredients

Serves 1

  • 3 tbsp, vegetable oil overall
  • 50g, beansprouts, washed and drained
  • 20g, frozen peas
  • 70g, shrimps, sliced
  • 2-3, eggs (depends how big you want the omelette), crack into a bowl and whisk
  • 1/2 tsp, salt, or to taste
  • White pepper, to taste
  • 1, spring onion sliced thinly

Preparation

1

Defrost frozen peas in bowl of water for a few minutes and then drain.

Ready? Let's cook!

1

Crack eggs into a bowl and beat.

2

Add into the egg the beansprouts, peas, shrimps, salt and white pepper and mix together.

3

Heat 2 tbsp vegetable oil on high heat in wok.

4

When oil is hot add the egg mixture to the pan and keep moving the mixture around for 30 seconds to 1 minute whilst the mix is still wet. As it starts to cook and take it's shape then leave it.

5

Cook for 1 minute, flip it, cook for further 1 minute. Keep the omelette moving by shaking the pan so it slides around and you know it isn’t sticking. Add a little more vegetable oil if you feel like it's sticking.

6

Garnish with spring onion slices and serve.

7

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 mix

Done! 祝您好胃口!

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