Sunday, July 25, 2010

Mini Chicken Omelet With Spicy Tomato Sauce 茄汁蛋肉餅


I am getting use to the idea of cooking and eating on my own ever since the eating arrangement at the tummies was abandoned 2 weeks ago. I am spending less time thinking about food and planning for my own menu can't be easier without any restrictions. A dish that I would request when I was little, so it was perfect on a very depressing day. Few free to use your choice of mince and the meat omelet is just as delicious without the sauce.



serves 4 as part of a Chinese meal
you'll need;
500 g of chicken breasts, minced
2 eggs, beaten
dash of soy
dash of white pepper
dash of sesame oil
1 tsp of grated ginger
mix all the ingredients well

for the sauce;
3 garlic cloves, chopped
3 bird chillies, chopped
1/2 onion, sliced
1/2 cup of peas
5 tbs of tomato sauce
1 tbs of Chinkiang black Vinegar
1 tbs of sugar
1 tbs of light soy
dash of white pepper
1/2 cup of chicken stock
corn flour solution

Pan fry meat and egg mixture in a hot pan til golden on both side. You may make a large omelet and cut it up later.


Place meat omelets aside and keep warm. 



To prepare the sauce - saute chopped garlic and chillies til fragrant then add in tomato sauce and onion. Fry for a minute then add in the rest of the seasonings and stock, add peas. Check for seasonings and thicken sauce with a little corn flour solution.

Pour sauce over meat omelet. Garnish with some chopped spring onions.


Perfect with a hot bowl of rice. I am feeling so much better already :)

25 comments:

  1. a comfort home dish, kids usually like this, YUM!

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  2. Thanks tummy bila baca n3 ni baru dapat idea nak masak for lunch today.Badan rasa kurang sihat jadi menu ini just nice untuk my little boy.Tak perlu fikir bahan-bahannya :)

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  3. Harriet from CarltonJuly 25, 2010 at 3:51 PM

    Delicious! I am often too depressed on a depressing day to cook lol

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  4. Good to know you are still eating so well on your own. I cook for myself so it will be great to be getting tips in your future posts. I will certainly try this!

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  5. Oh that is a shame but I am glad you are not abandoning the blog. You are welcome to cook with me sometime :) The boys are going to love this dish!

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  6. Simple and delicious dish. Something I can cook and still have enough for my lunch next day.

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  7. A very delicious homey dish! Great to go with rice.

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  8. Ohhh yummmm! I think I might make this for my dinner tomorrow night!

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  9. OH...this is so yummy. I'm sure anyone would love this delicious dish.

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  10. This looks so delicious esp with the sauce! aww i don't think I'd cook like this for myself.

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  11. Something I will go back to time and time again. Very comforting indeed!

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  12. HUh? Did I miss something?
    I think I want to have that now... LOOKS awesome!

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  13. My mouth's watering!
    What a gorgeous dish!
    What a coincidence.
    I've posted a spicy thing too.
    Lots of love

    B xx

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  14. That's totally an interesting recipe. Looks soo delicious and inviting.

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  15. This is going to my lunch and dinner today! :)

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  16. Mmm, delicious and comforting. Hope you are well and things are going ok at your end :)

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  17. there's nothing like a fried egg or omelet to chase the blues away..and u guys do it like pros! love! :)

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  18. Oh I almost miss out on this! Looks easy but so comforting!

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  19. Love this dish! In fact love any dish with eggs in it!~

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  20. Now I have to decide between this and the Chinese style beef steak.

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