Tuesday, 8 May 2012

LEAF EXTRA – Fried eggs, the Asian way.

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Fried eggs on pak choy with oyster sauce 
Beautifully simple, this classic Asian dish is also quick and easy to prepare.
Grab 2 free range eggs and break into a small bowl. In a wok, heat some vegetable oil, enough for deep frying, over a medium heat. When hot, pour the eggs into the hot oil and cook for approximately 3–4 minutes, turning the eggs halfway through. Drain on paper towel and serve immediately on a bed of steamed pak choy, drizzle with a little oyster sauce and sprinkle over some julienned red chilli and shallots. Serves 1.

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