Wednesday, January 16, 2013

TOFU OMELET WITH CHINESE SAUSAGE (LAP CHEUNG)




This dish is so simple and easy to make it with only 3 ingredients. I come out with this dish when my refrigerator only left with 2 eggs, Chinese sausages and a box of soft tofu. After thinking of what am I going to make from these ingredients.....suddenly I came to an idea of making a tofu omelet which I had made it before with soup. This time I'm making them with Chinese sausage and guess what???....everyone love it with steamed white rice.....yummy and I'm happy with this recipe of mine.



Hereby is the recipe I would like to share with all of you out there;


INGREDIENTS :

1 box soft tofu
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
3 links Chinese sausage (I used Lap Cheong), thinly sliced
salt and pepper to taste


DIRECTIONS :

1. Unwrap the tofu from box and wrap the tofu with a clean cloth. Place a weigh on top of the tofu and let it stand for about 20 minutes to press out excess water.

2. Unwrap and smash the tofu in a bowl. Stir in the beaten eggs and combined it well.

3. In a wok in high heat, heat about 2 tbsp vegetable oil. Pour in the tofu mixture in the heated oil and cooked about 4 minutes each on both sides until golden brown but not burn. Dish it up and set aside.

4. In the heated wok, add the Chinese sausages and stir fry until aromatic. Then add in the tofu omelet and stir fry for about 5 minutes. Dish up and served.

2 comments:

MiChi said...

thanks for sharing! Easy and yummy recipe... would definitely try it out tonight

Sally How said...

You are so welcome and hope you enjoyed it :)