...BBQ Pork Egg Foo Young

Egg foo young is a dish that you commonly see on the menu of westernized Chinese restaurants. These little omelettes full of Chinese BBQ meats and fried veggies are so easy to make and delicious that the best versions I've had have actually been made at home. If you can't get out to your local Chinese BBQ restaurant,  any meat can be mixed into the eggs to make this dish.  

Ingredients: (serves 4-6)
- 8 eggs 
- 1.5 cups of diced char sui (sweet glazed BBQ pork)
- 1 onion diced
- 2 cups of sliced Chinese yellow chive (mung bean sprouts could also be used)
- sweet honey glaze that comes with your BBQ pork
Chinese yellow chive

1. In a non stick pan fry the onion and yellow chives until soft then set aside to cool
2. Beat the 8 eggs then add the cooled onions, chive and diced pork. Season with salt and pepper
3. In the same non stick pan ladle 1/2 cup of the egg and pork mixture and fry until golden brown on both sides to make little half moon shaped omelettes 

4. Serve over white rice and with the sweet BBQ pork glaze


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