This dish is what I ate very often when I was young. We didn’t have much during those days and our meals were always very simple but very healthy. We only had sea salt and soya sauce for seasoning the food. We didn’t always have chicken and so most of the time this dish is just eggs, vegetables and sea salt but we were all very happy and ate it heartily with a big plate of rice. We were always thankful for any food that we had. I still cook this dish very often.
This recipe is very simple and easy. My family likes it very much.
1/2t sea salt
Beat Ingredients A in a bowl. Heat up some oil in a frying pan or wok. Pour in the beaten egg and make omelette. Scramble it just before it get cooked into a neat pancake. Dish it up.
light soya sauce
Add some light soya sauce to the chicken and mix. Then add some corn flour, mix well and let it marinade for about 30 minutes. Heat up some oil in a frying pan or wok and add the chicken. Fry until it’s browned and cooked. Dish it up. The chicken is very tasty even on its own. The amount used is up to individual.
fried garlic oil
Heat up some fried garlic oil in a frying pan. Add the bok choy and keep frying under high heat until cooked. Add the omelette, chicken and some sea salt and mix well. Dish up and serve hot. It’s very delicious with rice. I usually don’t over cook the bok choy because I like it to be still a little crunchy. Adjust the seasoning according to your taste.
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