Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Spring Onion Omelette


The first batch of home grown spring onion was harvested. It was used to make spring onion omelette which was prepared just like the mint leaves omelette. Here comes a dish that is high in dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. Most importantly, the spring onion is pesticide-free home grown vegetable. Though, this is just a simple dish, but it makes me so proud of it. It's kind of encouragement for me to grow more vegetables at home.

Spring Onion Omelette
Serves 2

Ingredients:
2 Omega-3 eggs
2 stalk of spring onion, chopped
1 tbsp of cooking oil

Seasoning:
1 tbsp of light soy sauce
dashes of white pepper powder

Steps:
1. Crack the eggs into a bowl. Add seasoning and get the egg beaten.

2. Heat oil in a wok. Pour the egg mixture to fry. When it's almost cook at the bottom, toss the spring onion on top of egg. Turn the egg to fry the other side for about 30 seconds. Fold the omelet into half and dish out.

23 comments:

Big BOys Oven said...

this is an awesome recipe to follow. fabulous!

Stella said...

Gosh, that looks so good! Funny how some of the best looking food is so simple:)

Joanne said...

Mmm this must be so wonderfully fresh flavored. Love the taste of spring onions!

Anncoo said...

WOW! This looks so delicious especially you hand picked the spring onion from your own garden.

Priya said...

Woww thats a yummy and delicious omelette.

Little Inbox said...

BBO, thanks.

Stella, simple is the best, and save my time. Hehe...

Joanne, yes, especially this is my home grown spring onion. :P

Ann, yes, I think you experienced the same too right?

Priya, thanks and feel free to give it a try. This is a tweak to the traditional onion omelette.

dinewithleny said...

I love simple and delicious recipes like this. I can just eat this with rice n that's all I need for dinner. Your photography makes me feel hungry. hahahaha....

SimpleGirl said...

One of my fav way of omelette as well....

tigerfish said...

I cook with green onions almost all the time! If I have that kind of harvest, I would do the same - an omelette! Next, you can try 葱油面 with lots of green onions (cook them till they caramelize) and fry them with Chinese noodles. So good!

jason said...

Where's the "Like" button? Hehe. Have you tried using chives? My mom used to fry that a lot.

Elin said...

Simple yet delicious :)

daphne said...

it's true! it's the simplest stuff that is the most delicious.

Food For Tots said...

I'm so happy to see your great achievement in growing green. How good if we are neighbours. Kekeke! I bet this omelette is full of flavour with your homegrown spring onions. ;)

choi yen said...

1 dish enough to finish my whole bowl of rice :P

mycookinghut said...

Love this simple recipe! Happy near year!!

Juliana said...

Love the simplicity of this omelette...simple and tasty :-) Happy New Year!

noobcook said...

love the aroma of spring onions in an omelette... using home-grown ones are an added bonus :)

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

Coincidentally my mum mentioned omelette (o chian) in hospital :-)

Happy New Year 2011

Mei Teng said...

Yummy! I love eggs and I love omelette.

MaryMoh said...

Mmmm...simple and nice. My daughter is cooking omelette now...yeah. I'm sure I will have a serving :D

babe_kl said...

i've never thot of using spring onions in omelette. must be very fragrant!

foodblogandthedog said...

This looks so pretty! My spring onions are ready too. I used my first one in a miso soup but will definitely be doing this omelette for a weekend brunch, thanks for the inspiration!!

Nia said...

You can make this lighter and fluffier by adding a little bit of water to the eggs after they're beaten and using roasted sea salt. My mom makes this, and it's called gehran mari, which is basically just Korean for egg omelette. I feel like soy sauce is very heavy of a flavor. It's just way too strong for em to use in cooking very much.

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