EGGS - so long as there are eggs in the kitchen, you will not go hungry. Eggs can be cooked in numerous ways - boiled, fried, poached etc. according to how you like to eat it. It is such a very versatile cooking ingredient that can be mixed and matched with lots of other ingredients. Most times, the result is awesome. It can be served with rice, porridge, bread, noodles and salads etc.
Back to this dish, it is an easy and simple omelette with 3 main ingredients - eggs, chives and Chinese sausage [lap cheong]. Smooth and firm in texture, retains the moisture of the chives and the diced sausages add aroma and taste to this simple omelette.
A good option when you are short of dishes to serve for lunch or dinner.
[makes 3 pieces]
50 gm chives - washed and cut small pieces
1 Chinese sausage - remove outer skin and diced
1 red chilli - seeded and chopped
1/4 tsp of pepper and salt to taste
- Combine chives, chilli, eggs and seasoning in a bowl.
- Heat up a non-stick wok, fry sausage until aromatic and oil oozes out. Dish up and add to . Mix well.
- Add some oil to wok, pour in 1/3 portion of egg mixture. Fry omelette until firm and brown, then flip over to fry the other side until cooked. Dish up onto serving platter.
- Finish frying the remaining in 2 portions.
- Serve immediately.