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Eggs might seem boring, but these two dishes, they’re making me salivate

Posted by Lin 01/05/2018 3 Comment(s) Cooking,


Eggs might seem boring, but these two dishes, they’re making me salivate


Eggs are one of the most popular and most common foods for breakfast, but they can also get a little boring at times. Have you ever had nothing but fried or scrambled eggs for three to four breakfasts straight? It gets stale, and it may even hurt your weight loss goals. If you’ve ever had this problem then the following recipes will allow you to spice up your morning meals.




One of the best things about egg recipes is that they have simple ingredients, and these are no exceptions. Both our recipes can be made using common items found at the store or the kitchen. So not only are they easy to find, they are also relatively affordable.

For the first recipe, you will need the following ingredients:

– 3 eggs
– 1 teaspoon of olive oil
– Salt and pepper
– A quarter cup of sugar
– A quarter cup of ginger
– Half a cup of water
– 1/3 cup of vinegar
– 1/8 cup of soy sauce

For the second recipe, you will need these:

– 5 eggs
– A cup of minced ham
– 1/3 cup of chopped green scallion
– Salt and Pepper
– A teaspoon of olive oil



Let’s start with the first recipe. Like most egg-centered recipes, the first step is to cook the eggs. So take a skillet, spray it with olive oil then crack an egg on it. As the egg fries, add some salt and pepper then flip it over and do the same thing on the other side.

Also, make sure that the egg yolk doesn’t burst, so treat each egg carefully, so be careful with your spatula. Do this with all three eggs.

Once they are half-cooked remove them from the skillet and set them aside for later use. Don’t put them in a cool place though, as you’ll want the eggs to remain relatively warm until the sauce is ready.

Next, chop the ginger into thin strips then put them into the skillet. Add the sugar, salt, vinegar, pepper, water and soy sauce then mix them together. Once the sauce is thick and brown, add the half-cooked eggs and let them simmer for five minutes.

Transfer the eggs onto a plate (one on top of another) and add some green scallion and red bell pepper. Serve.

For the second recipe, the first step is to crack all five eggs and put them in a mixing bowl. Add the scallion, meat, salt and pepper. Whisk all of the ingredients lightly then set the bowl aside for later.

Next, heat up a non-stick skillet and spray it with olive oil then add a small portion of the mixture into the skillet. Be sure to spread the egg mixture evenly until it looks like a thin paper. Carefully roll up the omelet then remove it from pan.

Take the omelet roll and then slice it up into several pieces then serve. Voila. You’ve made your breakfasts a little more interesting. For great presentation, you may want to arrange the eggrolls in a circular pattern, so that they look like hors d’oeuvres.



3 Comment(s)

Yuandi lee:
01/05/2018, 06:42:59 PM

It's so impressive to see spring onion used in other ways besides my method of using it as a bed for the fish when preparing the dish to steam...

01/05/2018, 06:44:28 PM

Can't wait to try it

Yuandi lee:
01/05/2018, 06:46:12 PM

Yes, Me too

Steve Wang:
01/05/2018, 06:45:42 PM

Wow very creative I like it a lot Thank you very much

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