Fu Yong with Chicken or Fish

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Total Time:
10 minutes
Serves:Serve 1
Nutrition facts:

240 calories, 9 grams fat

Technique: Stir-Fry Recipe
Difficulty: Easy

Egg Fu Yong or Egg Fu Young is a popular recipe in Chinese Indonesian cuisine. It is also spelt as Fu Yung or Foo Yong. This egg recipe can be easily made at home and enjoyed with your family. You can learn how to make this recipe in authentic Chinese style by following our recipe guide. The recipe resembles making an egg omelette in a different style. You can use chicken or shellfish to make the omelet recipe. The idea is to make an egg omelet using various chopped vegetables and such as carrots, beans, cabbage and sprouts along with chicken or shellfish pieces. Corn flour is also used to make the omelette thick. The recipe is served with tomato sauce or sauce of your choice.

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  • 225 gms-cooked chicken, crab or lobster meat
  • 225 gms-tomatoes, blanched and skinned
  • Oil for frying
  • 225 gms-spring onions
  • 2-3-mushrooms
  • 115 gms-bamboo shoots
  • Stock
  • 1 tbsp-cornflour
  • 1-egg
  • Tomato sauce to taste

How to Make Fu Yong with Chicken or Fish

  • Cut chicken or shellfish into small pieces
  • Thinly slice all vegetables in a little oil for a few minutes
  • Add chicken or fish. Season
  • Pour in just enough stock to cover
  • Add soya sauce and boil for 2-3 minutes
  • Add cornflour mixed with a little water and continue cooking until thickened
  • Beat egg. Season and prepare an omelette
  • Serve chicken and vegetables with omelette on top and a little tomato sauce poured over it