Home Made Fuyunghai, Complete With Sauce

While going to a Chinese restaurant, fuyunghai is one of the most unheard of dishes on the menu. The processed chicken egg dish with vegetables and wheat flour is so delicious because it is crispy on the outside, but soft on the inside. Especially if doused with sweet sour sauce.

But you do not necessarily have to go to the restaurant to enjoy it because anyone can make fuyunghai at home. How to cook it is very easy and only takes a short time to cook it.

Here is the complete recipe, from the user of casino online terpercaya Cookpad site, Anindya Assaoka.



– 2 chicken eggs

– Cabbage, sliced

– 1 carrots, shaved

– 2 leeks, sliced

– Wheat flour sufficiently

– Salt sufficiently

– Pepper powder sufficiently

Sauce Material

– 3 cloves of garlic, flattening and chopped

– 2 cloves of onion, sliced

– 1 carrots, thinly sliced lengthwise

– 1 pieces of onion, thinly sliced

– 1 tomatoes, cut into pieces

– 1 tbs of tapioca flour mixed with water

– 3 tbsp tomato sauce

– 1 tbsp oyster sauce

–  Salt sufficiently

– Enough water

How to make

  1. Break the egg in a bowl, then mix it with carrots, cabbage, and spring onion. Beat then add salt and flour to taste.
  2. Pour into frying pan and fry until cooked. Lift, put on a serving plate.
  3. For the sauce, saute garlic, onion, and onions until fragrant. Enter carrots and tomatoes, give a little salt. Stir well.
  4. Enter situs judi casino online terpercaya tomato sauce, oyster sauce, tapioca flour, give a little water. Stir until all mixed and sauce boiling.
  5. Pour the sauce over fuyunghai. Serve while warm.

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