Friday, January 6, 2012

Bean Sprouts Omelette


Bean Sprouts Omelette? Have you made before? You have? Or you didn't know such a dish existed or you have never considered the possibilities of Bean Sprouts Omelette? To tell you the truth, I created this dish. I did. Honest to goodness. My first time ever due to getting my directions lost on what should be the simplicity to a side dish for the day (Tapioca Stir Fry, Apple Cucumber Salad, Eggplant Tikka Masala, Chloe Masala & Carrot Poriyal). In fact, bean sprouts omelette can be tucked into bread slices or if you are a Malaysian food eater, you badly need your rice, then, obviously, this is, as I have already told you, a side dishes for pairing alongside the rest of the dishes for a full course meal or how about going to the basics? A stand alone dish for rice when poorest still have to fill their stomach? A simply doable dish, a dish anyone for the matter can effortlessly make, these mini omelettes just need a few basic kitchen friendly ingredients. Eggs (Egg Curry Masala & Egg Vindaloo) fried alongside beansprouts (Bean Sprouts Salted Fish), salad leaves, onion and red chillies. For a kid friendly version, say no to chillies. Unless your kids are those like me who love chillies from as young as they are?  

Ingredients
1 cup bean sprouts - break the tail part, rinse and drain 
1 cup salad leaves - shredded
3 eggs
1 red (abt 100g) onion - slice thinly
2 red chillies - slice thinly
Pepper and salt for taste
Oil as needed

Method
Combine and mix all ingredients (except oil) in a bowl.
Heat oil on a flat flying pan. 
Scoop a bit of the egg mixture and pour into the pan. 
Fry while flattening it, to spread evenly to cook on both sides.
Remove from pan.
Repeat the same process for the balance of the egg mixture.


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25 comments:

  1. This looks great - simple and healthy and with a crunch from the sprouts.

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  2. not everyone love bean sprouts and I wonder why coz I love them and they're healthy too!! and this omelette looks pretty yummy to me!! =`)

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  3. My husband and I love mung bean sprout.I always sprouted at home. But from few months the mung beans are not good enough to be sprouted.
    Eggs are one of my comfort food. When I have nothing in my mind to make. I go for your kind of egg omelettes. Eggs anytime of the day. Its lovely that you added the store bought sproutsa nd made it more delicious.

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  4. I love the colors of your omelette, Nava! So pleasing to the eyes, and I'm pretty sure, to the tummy too! Delicious!

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  5. Very yummy looking recipe...

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  6. My mother used to always make me an omelet like this but with various things in it. I loved it and ate it with rice and soy sauce. This sounds fantastic.

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  7. What a great way to get some healthy sprouts into your diet. The omelette idea is a very creative one and this is something that I can easily make. Your picture does look tasty.

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  8. Thanks for all the comments everyone. You know at times after coming home after work, its about something quick and simple, ah!!! with trying to balance with blogging as well.

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  9. that would be one of my favourite dish. i am going to try that.

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  10. Oh, I LOVE this one, Nava! I'm a HUGE fan of eggs and egg dishes. I don't make them enough...so versatile and a real crowd pleaser! Your bean sprouts omelette is stunning!

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  11. a new way to cook Bean sprouts..thank you for this one Ms.Nava a must try for me..I love bean sprouts..even just quickly cooking it with sesame oil and onion leaves and pair it with beef strips steak grrrrrr..yummy..passing by ;)

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  12. wow it look's so great and umph with beans sprouts some more thumbs up nava!

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  13. im not good in using bean sprout. ill try to make this, hoping the outcome will be good.

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  14. Oh, how fabulous! These remind me of the Egg Foo Yung my mom used to make...I'm wishing I hadn't already eaten breakfast :)

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  15. Lovely! What a great way to use up the beansprouts!

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  16. I love how colorful and healthy this omelet is--I always use the same fillings, but I love the idea of the bean sprouts.

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  17. This looks like a Japanese type of omelet, I tried one in a Japanese food stall and they taste good.

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  18. wow...bean sprouts with omlette....very innovative dear....loved the combo :-)

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  19. omg, i'm just drooling..slurrppp...

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  20. I wanna try for sure. This is new combination. Honeeyy, pls make one for me pls. . .

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  21. This looks intriguing and different...and delicious! Happy new year to you!

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  22. meal planning is always great and prevent wastage.
    Anyway,I am a big fan of bean sprouts but my husband doesn't.So,i always have the problem of having it.I am lazy to cook a side dish only for me...but a omelette is a great idea.It doesn't take much time and I can taste bean sprouts.Thanks for the recipe....

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