Stir-fried Vegetable Nest & Eggs. Hi everyone! today we made a very delicious and healthy recipe, also we have a special guest. Please watch the full video for the recipe. Stir fried vegetables taste great on their own, but if you want your meal to contain some protein, consider adding tofu, chicken, beef, pork, or another type of meat.
Great recipe for Stir-fried Vegetable Nest & Eggs. This is another dish that I used to cook quite often when I was a financially challenged Uni student. You only need a frying pan. You can have Stir-fried Vegetable Nest & Eggs using 8 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Stir-fried Vegetable Nest & Eggs
- Prepare 1 of Potato.
- Prepare 1 clove of Garlic *chopped.
- You need of Some Additional Vegetables.
- You need of *Today, I added 2 Cabbage leaves, 1/4 Carrot, a handful of Baby Spinach.
- It’s 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil *OR Oil of your choice.
- Prepare 2 of Eggs.
- It’s of Salt & Pepper.
- Prepare of Sauce of your choice to enjoy with.
Add whatever vegetables you have in hand to make such a. We are always trying to eat more vegetables, more greens! A quick stir-fry is one of the fastest, easiest, tastiest ways to make a last-minute vegetable side dish to suit any meal. Grace Young proved this to be true when she demonstrated a basic stir-fry recipe for us: Romaine lettuce leaves, warm and slightly wilted, tumbled in a sauce of garlic and chilies.
Stir-fried Vegetable Nest & Eggs instructions
- Cut and slice all vegetables into thin strips. Heat Oil in a frying pan over medium high heat, cook Potato (and vegetables that takes time to cook such as Carrot), then add leafy vegetables..
- When vegetables are just cooked, season with Salt and Pepper, and make a room in the centre. Place Eggs in the room, reduce the heat to lowest, cover with a lid and cook until the Eggs are cooked as you like them..
- Drizzle over your favourite sauce, I like Tomato Ketchup, and enjoy..
This is another dish that I used to cook quite often when I was a financially challenged Uni student. You only need a frying pan. Add whatever vegetables you have in hand to make such a great looking and nutritious dish. Cooked in a white sauce similar to say, a Moo Goo Gai Pan, the contents of the bird's nest are stir-fried with decoratively cut, colorful fresh vegetables, and aromatic garlic, ginger, and scallion-flavors that are at the core of Cantonese cooking. Crunchy and edible bird's nest filled with stir-fried vegetables, shrimp, imitation crab, calamari, fish, and scallops.