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Egg Foo Young, a.k.a. Fuyong Dan or Furong Dan. This dish's made it's way around the world, but we wanted to teach you the original Cantonese way of making it. In terms of taste and texture, this is much closer to an omelette than its deep-fried takeout counterpart. It's a pretty easy dish, and a great egg dish to whip up whenever. Near the end of the video, we used some footage of an American Chinese restaurant called 'Luo's Peking House'. Cutting this video made me really nostalgic for American-Chinese food, though the host putting mustard and sweet and sour sauce over the already sauced Egg Foo Young is so stereotypically American it made me facepalm ;) Link to the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnDlWOqjPwM As always, here's the reddit link with the detailed, written recipe. A smaller sort of recipe card's inside that link in the comments (if that's what you're looking for, sorry to make ya go fishing through links): https://www.reddit.com/r/Cooking/comments/7cv8z1/recipe_egg_foo_young_the_original_cantonese_style/ Outro Music: "Add And" by Broke For Free https://soundcloud.com/broke-for-free ABOUT US ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learn how to cook real deal, authentic Chinese food! We post recipes every Tuesday (unless we happen to be travelling) :) We're Steph and Chris - a food-obsessed couple that lives in Shenzhen, China. Steph is from Guangzhou and loves cooking food from throughout China - you'll usually be watching her behind the wok. Chris is a long-term expat from America that's been living in China and loving it for the last nine years - you'll be listening to his explanations and recipe details, and doing some cooking at times as well. This channel is all about learning how to cook the same taste that you'd get in China. Our goal for each video is to give you a recipe that would at least get you close to what's made by some of our favorite restaurants here. Because of that, our recipes are no-holds-barred Chinese when it comes to style and ingredients - but feel free to ask for tips about adaptations and sourcing too!
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Egg Foo Young 芙蓉蛋 is an authentic Cantonese egg cuisine. This video highlight seven primary difference between Egg Foo Young and the western style omelet. 1. Egg Foo Young has a different set of ingredients in the egg mixture. 2. Use only vegetable oil to prepare Egg Foo Young. 3. Pan-fried the egg surface until golden brown 4. Use more oil to prepare Egg Foo Young. 5. There is more than one way to prepare the egg mixture. 6. Pan-frying the Egg Foo Young until it puffed up 7. Serve the Egg Foo Young with (or without) the brown gravy. Recipe and cook's note at: http://tasteasianfood.com/egg-foo-young/ ============================= The Legend Legend has it Egg Foo Young was invented by the scholar 朱善祥 in the Ching Dynasty in the 18th century. One day, when he worked at the province of Yunnan, he was attracted by a local egg delicacy. The scholar loved to eat it so much and described the look of the egg dishes resemble the beautiful lotus flower (芙蓉). When he was back to Zhenjiang, he improvised the dish and eventually popularized in Guangdong. He called it as ‘lotus egg’ (Foo Young means lotus in Chinese), and the name got stuck with it until today. ============================= Sound effects Oriental Harp 2. By Soughtaftersounds https://freesound.org/people/Soughtaftersounds/ Clear Day https://www.bensound.com ===================================== Website: http://tasteasianfood.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TasteOfAsianFood/ https://twitter.com/KwanKaPang https://plus.google.com/u/0/115952786059763150760/posts https://www.instagram.com/kwankapang/
Poached eggs are a beautiful thing. The whites are just firm enough on the outside to contain an oozy, golden yolk in a round little egg package. And they make for a delicious, healthy breakfast. With a few tips, you too can learn how to poach an egg perfectly every time! For my best poached egg recipes (like the one shown in the video), make sure to click the recipe post link below. For the FULL Poached Eggs recipe: https://bit.ly/2MEU3Fk Thanks for watching! Make sure to subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/2afhftX PRODUCTS MENTIONED: Fine Mesh Sieve: https://amzn.to/2Ni1oMq Ramekins: https://amzn.to/2yZPPq2 All Clad Pot: https://amzn.to/2KyliUR ALWAYS IN MY KITCHEN: Counter Stools: http://bit.ly/2tUNvZG Vitamix: http://bit.ly/2tVjw3L Tea Kettle: http://amzn.to/2uuNSMp Utensil Holder: http://bit.ly/2tVfGaH Flour Jars: http://bit.ly/2tV6C5y Knife Set: http://bit.ly/2tUGzMa Cutting Board: http://bit.ly/2tFsF53 Glass Mixing Bowls: https://amzn.to/2L2hx6O WHAT I'M WEARING: Madewell Tank: http://bit.ly/2KFb8hN AG Jeans: http://bit.ly/2tmO7Yl Linen Apron: http://bit.ly/2twA32E WEBSITE: https://www.downshiftology.com INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/downshiftology FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/downshiftology PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/downshiftology
Welcome to Easy Recipes, We make short cooking videos that are about 2 mins and under. Each video is designed for you to pause and cook. They are all easy to follow and give great results.
No talking just straight ahead easy, simple “ How To “ step by step recipes. Please give us a thumbs up and of course subscribe to the channel. So if you need to know how to make springs rolls, cook the best lasagne, make the best Indian curry, create a super salad, make a quick pasta, steam a fish, fry a steak, grill chicken or poach an egg then you have come to right place. https://www.youtube.com/c/EasyRecipesHowtocookgreat Literally meaning "Hibiscus egg", this dish is prepared with beaten eggs and most often minced ham. It may be made with various vegetables such as bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, sliced cabbage, spring onions, mushrooms, and water chestnuts.When meat is used as an ingredient, a choice of roast pork, shrimp, chicken, beef, or lobster may be offered.
In Chinese Indonesian cuisine, it is known as fu yung hai, sometimes spelled as pu yung hai. The omelette is usually made from the mixture of vegetables such as carrots, bean sprouts, and cabbages, mixed with meats such as crab meat, shrimp, or minced chicken. The dish is served in sweet and sour sauce with peas.
In Western countries, the dish usually appears as a well-folded omelette with the non-egg ingredients embedded in the egg mixture, covered in or served with sauce or gravy. Chinese chefs in the United States, at least as early as the 1930s, created a pancake filled with eggs, vegetables, and meat or seafood. In a U.S. regional variation, many American-Chinese restaurants in St. Louis, Missouri, serve what is called a St. Paul sandwich, which is an egg foo young patty served with mayonnaise, dill pickle, and sometimes lettuce and tomato between two slices of white bread.
In the Netherlands, which has a local variation on the Chinese Indonesian cuisine, it is known as Foe yong hai, and is usually served with a sweet tomato sauce Strictly, according to hai in the name, it should contain crab, but it is often served without this ingredient.