Recipe by Arliss
"This is a simple recipe that we use for brunch when camping."
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green bell pepper, chopped
cooked shrimp - peeled, deveined and chopped
fresh bean sprouts
1 (5 ounce) can
water chestnuts, drained and sliced
My husband loves Egg Foo Young and this was a big hit. I did add some sliced celery and minced garlic to the vegetable mix and also added onion powder to the sauce mix. I also added a 3rd tablespoon of cornstarch to thicken the sauce a bit more. I'll be making this again.
I am sorry to say that this recipe was not good at all. This did not happen to me but if you think about this intuitively – what happens if you add warm vegetables to eggs? Yes, they scramble. With all the items this recipe calls for you to add it was nearly impossible to have patties properly form. Those that did form did not taste anything at all like what you may receive at an Chinese recipe. Some suggestions would be to lower the amount to stuff you are trying to stuff into these patties or increase the number of eggs. Pan-frying only works in a sub-par way. If one has ever seen how this dish is made in a restaurant, they do not use a pan, rather a wok with a good bit of oil. It would not hurt also to mix in a little seasoning of some/any sort. A little ginger root, some garlic and salt and pepper would not hurt at all.
The sauce accompaniment was not good. With all the cornstarch it tasted just like that. Cornstarch. We will keep looking for a better recipe. This one will unfortunately not get a second chance.
This has always been one of my favourite chinese food dishes when ordering in. This recipe was just as good as anything I've tasted by the "pros". One note is that the directions for making the sauce seemed odd to me, because they didn't indicate to heat the sauce. I made it in a saucepan and added a tablespoon of oyster sauce for added thickness and flavour. It turned out great. (Bring it to a boil and then simmer to make it thicken) YUM!!!!
This was really tasty. I made a few seasoning changes. To the egg foo yung batter, I add garlic and some red pepper flakes. To the sauce, I added a dash of honey and some more garlic. Very good dinner. I will make this again.
I thouroughly enjoyed this recipe, I omitted the bell pepper and added celery and also some green onions and kept everything the same. I also drained the veggies before I added them to the eggs. The sauce was tasty and lite.
Thanks Arliss! I took the advice of other reviewers and added celery and garlic and a little minced ginger. I have been searching for this for a long time. Can also use crabmeat or just veggies and low sodium soysauce. Great!
Um, more like Egg Foo YUM!! Very good, easy to make and a big hit with everyone. My husband loves Egg Foo Yung, and gets it pretty much every time we have Chinese, he says this is the best he's said. Wonderful!
Ok, no way! If you make this "for brunch" when you "go camping" you camp in your kitchen! Really, 2 different skillets, and an oven, not to mention separate mixing bowls and beating eggs for 5 minutes, all in the great out doors? Oh, and you bring shrimp along with you too, so a really nice sized refrigerator or tons of coolers. You are quite the outdoorsman. The recipe was okay, but eggs need some flavor, a hint of nutmeg, don't but in bell pepper(which I love, but doesn't belong in this dish) don't saute onions, use green onions diced. If you want to do it camping, mix all the ingredients in zip lock sandwich bags, individually. Then hit 1 skillet and empty sandwich bags, to fry 2 at a time. Use canned brown, or chicken gravy, heated in can placed in boiling water that will be used for instant coffee of to clean skillet.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Egg Foo Yung I
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 248
** Calories from Fat: 122
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