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French Bean Omelette ~ 四季豆煎蛋


Eggs are very versatile and you can easily stir up dishes with eggs.  This French bean omelette is a very popular homey dish and I'm sure that many Chinese households have served this dish one way or another.  This dish can be easily prepared with a few ingredients and  can be served with white rice or plain porridge.




French Bean Omelette ~  四季豆煎蛋

Ingredients

3 Large eggs
100 gm French beans cut into small pieces
1.1/2 tsp light soya sauce
1/8 tsp salt

Method

Beat up the eggs with a fork or a pair of chopsticks
Add in the light soya sauce 
Shallow fry the French beans with salt, dish out
Add some oil to the pan and pour in some beaten egg
Add in the French beans on top
Pan-fry till light brown and flip the omelette over
and pan-fry till cooked
Dish onto serving plate




Comments

  1. I love the crisp edges...nice to go with some rice or congee.

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  2. I love this. So simple and yet so good!

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  3. This a homey dish that I always cooked at home. Yours looks very delicious! :D

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