Prawns, or shrimps, is my top favourite. I love it big or small and any way it’s cooked. Most of the time I like to make it a little spicy but this prawns omelette is one that is not spicy all all. If you like it spicy, you can add some chopped chilies to the egg mixture before frying, or some spicy chili oil. This omelette is soft, juicy and delicious.
This recipe is very simple, easy and quick. You can have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or even any time when you are hungry.
3 eggs (beaten)
a small bowl of cooked prawns
4 spring onions (washed and cut)
Mix everything in a bowl.
Heat up some oil in a frying pan. It’s easier to use a non-stick pan here. Pour in all the egg and prawn mixture. Use medium heat. When the bottom is browned, flip over the omelette.
You need to push a wide spatula under the omelette with one hand and with the other hand holding the pan, do the flipping together. When the bottom turns brown, the omelette is cooked. Slide it into a clean plate and cut into pieces to serve. This prawn omelette is quite thick, soft, juicy and delicious. My children liked it very much. It goes great with rice.
Flipping the omelette over can be quite tricky. My children still can’t do it. If you have difficulty, you can fry in small pan and make smaller omelets. They may be thinner and smaller but will still taste as good.
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Other prawns/shrimps recipes that you may be interested in:
Dry Seafood Curry
Tiger Prawns In Butter Sauce
Pumpkin, Prawns And Coconut Soup (Thai)
King Prawns And Vegetables Stir Fry
Shrimps And Bok Choy Stir Fry
Creamy King Prawns And Marrow Stir Fry
Spicy Seafood Kimchi Soup
Fried Rice Noodles With King Prawns And Chicken
King Prawns And Salmon Curry
Teriyaki Salmon Jacket Potato
Asparagus With King Prawns
Teriyaki Salmon Prawns Patties
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