Vegetarian Oh jian (oyster omelette). How to make Vegetarian version of the famous Oyster Omelette dish. Thanks for watching this video, don't forget to like and. Some people prefer to have a plate of Crispy Orh Jian while some prefer the gooey, starchy ones.
It's way healthier and less oily but with the same crispy gooey batter. There is Orh Jian or Orh Luak which is the type where a sticky starch is added to the eggs to make it sticky and crispy, and there is Orh Nerng which is omelette without the starch. The beauty of […] "O Ah Jian" (Taiwanese Oyster Omelet). You can cook Vegetarian Oh jian (oyster omelette) using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Vegetarian Oh jian (oyster omelette)
- It's 2 tbsp of sweet potato flour.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of rice flour.
- Prepare 80 g of water.
- Prepare Pinch of salt, pepper n seasoning.
- You need 6-7 pcs of Straw mushroom.
- It's 4 of eggs.
- Prepare 1/2 bowl of chop cilantro.
- It's 1 tsp of each of sesame oil, light sauce and cooking wine.
Make the oyster omelet: In a small bowl, whisk the eggs and season with salt and pepper. In a small bowl, stir together the cold water and sweet potato starch. Most people refer Or Luak as oyster omelettes but some say that Or Luak are more like oyster pancakes because of their chewy batter. For a full vegetarian option, please use soy sauce instead of fish sauce.
Vegetarian Oh jian (oyster omelette) instructions
- Cut straw mushroom to 3~4 slices each.
- Beat 3 eggs with very little salt and pepper, another bowl, mix sweet potato flour, rice flour and water with pinch of salt, pepper and veggie seasoning.
- Heat up wok, with low heat, pour in the batter, cook until looks transparent.
- Pour in the eggs over the semi cook batter, let eggs set for about 30seconds, Stir fry gently until eggs slightly brown.
- Put in straw mushroom and cilantro.
- Mix 1tsp each of sesame oil, light sauce and cooking wine.
- Using the brush, sprinkle the sauce onto the omelette, gently Stir fry to mix well.
Don't ask me why but the Chinese vegetarians in Asian countries can't eat garlic and. This oyster omelette with large oysters from Korea comes in two options: wet or dry. The dry one will be fluffy and nicely charred while the wet one will obviously have a smoother consistency. For those who like these little differences in their oyster omelette. Oyster omelette is a Chinese dish that is widely known in Taiwan, Fujian, and many parts of Asia for its savory taste.