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20-30 fresh oysters (small ones)
110g sweet potato flour
1 tsp salt (or to taste)
2 large eggs
2 tbsp chopped spring onions
1 tbsp chopped chives
4 tbsp oil
Ground ingredients (combine well using blender or mortar& pestle)
3 cloves garlic
1 tbsp chilli paste (I used Glory’s Nonya Sambal)
1/2 tbsp coriander pwd (Can be found in most spice sections in supermkts)
A dash of pepper
Soak oysters in water.
Mix sweet potato flour, salt and water into a thin runny batter and leave aside. (Batter should be very runny as it thickens while cooking)
Heat oil in a non-stick wok or pan until very hot (medium heat).
Scoop out two ladles of batter onto the wok.
Give a quick stir and let the batter form a thin crust and then, crack in the eggs one at a time. Stir quickly, then push cooked batter to the side of pan.
Add 2 tbsp oil to the other side of pan, add ground ingredients and saute well. Add in oysters. Cook for a minute and combine the egg and sweet potato flour batter together with the oysters.
Add pepper and sprinkle with chopped spring onions and chives. Give it a stir then dish out and serve with chilli garlic sauce.
*There are many versions of the oyster omelette recipes if u search online. This version uses coriander pwd while others use fish sauce to give the omelette the depth in flavor. I’ll be experimenting more & posting the other recipes’ results in a few wks. Can’t eat too many oysters at one go!
Chilli Garlic Sauce for Oyster Omelette
Some online recipes specify that normal bottled garlic chilli sauce to be mixed with lime juice while others require any chilli sauce to be with with sugar & vinegar. I’ll have to try these recipes out myself.
Recipe submitted by Vasunthara Deshan, a Munch Ministry member.
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