This is a really simple dish and the most important component is probably the freshness of the vegetables itself. Like most Chinese, I love choy sum or otherwise known as Chinese flowering cabbage (quite a mouthful!) - these green leafy vegetables are commonly sold in most Asian supermarkets so I don't think you will have trouble buying these. As its name implies, you can find tiny yellow 'flowers' in the vegetable and these have a mild taste with a slight crunchy texture. Simply stir-fried with garlic and a good dollop of abalone sauce, these are best served hot and with piping hot steamed rice!
I love omelettes - both the western variety and the Chinese styled omelettes. Well, strictly speaking, today's feature is more of a stir-fried egg recipe. This is such a great basic dish to serve with hot steamed rice and most of the time, the ingredients are probably already in your fridge/ pantry! For today, I used Yuen Chun's new bonito sauce product as pictured below (a tad sourish) to add a slight twist to this everyday favourite of ours.
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