Friday 24 July 2015

Vermicelli Omelette (面线蛋饼)

For me, vermicelli is usually prepared either dried or with soup as a meal. Other than being a meal itself, I've never thought it could be made as a snack or side dish. 

It was a lazy day and a lazy mom (that's me) who was just too tired and lazy to cook anything fanciful started to have a bright idea and decided to make an omelette with vermicelli. I just took whatever I found in the fridge and dumped them in the frying pan and the outcome was something that I would never have imagined. Even my girl gave me her thumbs up after one bite! She loved it so much that she had made me promise to cook this again soon.

Not only is this quick and easy to make, I personally think it can be eaten as a quick meal, a snack or served as a side dish! There is also no rules on what ingredients to use. You just add in whatever you have and like! It's really fuss free and as easy as ABC!

Vermicelli Omelette (面线蛋饼)

4 eggs
1 sausage, sliced
2 crab sticks, sliced
Handful of frozen cooked prawns
Handful of corn kernels
1 bunch of vermicelli
1 tsp light soy sauce
1/4 tsp mushroom seasoning
A dash of pepper
Some oil for frying 

1. In a pot of boiling water, do a quick dip to the vermicelli and corn kernel for 1 minute. There is no need to boil till fully cooked as these will be fried with the eggs later on. Drain and set aside.

2. Beat eggs and add in light soy sauce, pepper and mushroom seasoning. Mix well.

3. Heat up some oil it the frying pan. Pour 1/4 of the egg mixture into the frying pan and swirl so that the egg mixture is spread evenly onto the pan. Turn heat to medium and spread in the vermicelli, corn kernel, sliced sausages, sliced crab sticks and cooked prawns over the egg layer. Add in another 1/2 of the egg mixture into the pan over the ingredients. Leave to cook till the egg is cooked.

4. Slide the omelette onto a plate and pour in the rest of the egg mixture into the frying pan. Give it a quick swirl so that it is spread over the pan. Quickly add the vermicelli omelette with the cooked egg layer facing upwards back into the pan. Give it a light press to 'seal' the eggs together.

5. When done, slide vermicelli omelette onto a serving plate. 

6. Sprinkle some spring onion or parsley and serve!

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  1. Yummy creation, quick & simple, nice!

  2. Looks good! Thks for sharing!

  3. Good idea! I'm a lazy type when come to cooking. Definitely want to try this at home :)

  4. Hi LY,
    Oh ! I've cooked something similar but used tang hoon. Yours with lots of ingredients, so yummy-licious!

  5. Thanks for sharing this receipe.
    I am looking for steam cakes receipes may I know if you have?

    1. Hi Evelyn, I've done steamed cupcakes before. Have shared 2 of the recipes in the URL below previously. You may want to take a look. :)

  6. Thank you for your reply.
    I tried your vermicelli omelette receipe but I guess I went wrong some where. I managed to fry the first side but I need to slide it out and then pour in the balance egg is it?



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