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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Fried Egg With Salted Mustard Leaves [Kiam Chye]

Another quite unusual omelette recipe which was published in Marshall Cavendish  table calendar years ago.  The previous unusual egg recipe from the same calendar was posted several days ago [Spicy Salted Eggs]

Month end is coming soon and I think my egg-tion must cease too.  I'll definitely sit back to enjoy all the wonderful recipes shared in this month's LTU event.


I can say this is the first time, I'm frying omelette with preserved mustard leaves [salted leaves - kiam chye - hum choy].  Very simple recipe and not much ingredients but this omelette is egg-cellent. 

Ingredients
[serves 2-4]
100 gm preserved salted vegetables - kiam chye - julienned and soaked for 5 minutes.  Drain and squeeze dry
2 cloves garlic - chopped
1 red chillies - deseeded and julienned
1 sprig coriander leaves - chopped
150 gm small prawns - shelled and cleaned
2 - 3 tbsp oil
2 large eggs - lightly beaten with 1/2 tsp salt and ground black pepper. Add in chopped coriander

  1. Heat a non stick pan on medium low heat.  Fry julienned salted vegetables for a few second.  Push aside, add in oil.  Fry garlic.
  2. Add in chilli and mix with vegetables.
  3. Pour in beaten eggs, swirl pan to form a round omelette.  Before top of egg is cooked, add prawns.  Cook for about 2 minutes.
  4. Flip the omelette over and cook through.  
  5. Cut up roughly with ladle and serve.






I'm linking this post to 
Little Thumbs Up August Theme - Eggs organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Little Favourite DIY and hosted by 

I'm also  linking this post to Cook Your Books #3 Event  hosted by 



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        12 comments:

        Veronica's Kitchen said...

        Hi KImmy, this dish is very new to me. I never thought it can be cooked in this way. I ever steamed kiam chye (chopped) with minced pork, one of my favourites. Shall give this kiam chye omelette a try. Thanks for sharing.

        kitchen flavours said...

        This looks delicious! I love kiam chye a lot! Especially in soups, but have not tried it in omelette before, thanks for sharing!

        Jozelyn Ng said...

        Omelette with kiam choy...never try before but yours looks tasty!

        kumars kitchen said...

        wow,this will make for such a sunny weekend breakfast treat,delicious :-)

        Kimmy said...

        Hi Veronica, good for change. It's good with rice or porridge.

        Kimmy said...

        Hi Joyce, forgotten to link to CYB.

        Kimmy said...

        Hi Jozelyn, should give it a try. No regrets.

        Kimmy said...

        Hi Kumar's Kitchen, unusual, glad I went ahead to prepare it.

        Zoe said...

        Hi Kimmy,

        Glad that you like this month of egg-athon cooking. Fried egg and kiam chye!!! - Love this homely combination!

        Are you ready now for panadan baking/cooking?

        Zoe

        Kimmy said...

        Hi Zoe, as I said LTU theme is a wonderful event for us to look into the properties/uses food ingredients. Must find time to 'Pandan' next month, hehehe!

        Baby Sumo said...

        Hi Kimmy, thanks so much for all your contribution to LTU! I enjoyed seeing your egg-cellent posts :) Hope you had fun cooking for your family.

        Kimmy said...

        Hi Baby Sumo, it's fun joining the LTU event. No doubt we have never ate so many eggs in a period but my family has enjoyed all the wonderful egg dishes so far.

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