Silver Fish/White Bait Fish Omelette Foo Yong

This is not only easy to prepare, but also economical. Silver fish cost less than 3 Singapore dollar for about 150g. The rest of the ingredients added are not expensive as well. Living in Singapore, which is the most expensive city, and has already surpassed Hong Kong , you need to know how to cook and look for ingredients that are inexpensive yet healthy.

Ingredients For omelette

  • 150g silver fish
  • 50g grated carrots
  • 4g spring onion (can add more as to your preference)
  • 40g minced shallots
  • 4 large eggs (64g each)
  • 1 Tbs black sesame oil
  • 1 Tsp rice wine
  • 1 Tsp chicken powder
  • 1 Tsp oyster sauce

Ingredients for the gravy

  • 1 pack of bunashimeji
  • 160 Ml water
  • 3 Tbs oyster sauce
  • 2 Tsp soy sauce
  • 1 Tsp chicken powder
  • 1 tsp sugar

Beat your eggs then add in the rest of the ingredients except the one for the sauce. Prepare your hot wok, drizzle sufficient oil only when your wok is hot, you should start seeing a bit of smoke. Then pour in your omelette mixture. My wok is big enough to pour everything in.

Flip the omelette to fry the other side. When ready place it on a dish. Now we are going to prepare the gravy. Remove excess oil, leave only about 1/2 Tbs, this is good enough to sauté your mushrooms. Sauté until soften then add in the water. Add the rest of the ingredients for the gravy. As our soy sauce and oyster sauce might be of different brand, so please adjust accordingly to suit your taste. I do not need to add cornstarch to the gravy as the oyster sauce also helps thicken my gravy exactly the way I wanted it to be. But if you wanted to thicken it more, just add some cornstarch slurry. Last step would be to drizzle your gravy onto the omelette. Yum! Let’s eat!

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