Never underestimate the outcome of a simple recipe. A simple omelette recipe could turned out to be an awesome dish that you would enjoy and say it is a keeper.
This spinach [Pui Ling] omelette is what I meant as an example. I have prepared this several times and love it very much. Get snap up quickly.
You can get to eat spinach minus the 'bitter/metallic' flavour with this omelette.
Drizzling some light soy sauce before dishing up the omelette gives it extra fragrance and taste.
[makes 1 big omelette]
3 stalks [medium size] spinach - rinsed well
some chopped garlic
1 large egg + 1 large egg
2 tbsp plain flour
1 tsp salt
dash of pepper
some light soy sauce
- Bring some water to boil in a wok, blanch spinach for several seconds or until the spinach is limp. Removed, rinsed with cold water. Squeezed out excess water, chopped.
- Place flour, salt and pepper in a bowl. Mix well and add in 1 egg. Lightly beat into a smooth batter. Add in chopped spinach and garlic. Mix well.
- Heat a non stick wok with some oil, pour in the mixture, spread out evenly. Leave to fry. Meanwhile, lightly beat another egg in the bowl.
- Fry until firm and golden brown. Flip over and pour in the extra egg, spread evenly and leave to fry for awhile before flipping over to fry until both sides are golden in colour.
- Drizzle light soy sauce along the edges before dishing up to serve.