What is Egg Foo Young?
Egg Foo Young is a Chinese-style omelet filled with ground pork and various vegetables. Egg Foo Young (sometimes misspelled as “egg foo yung”) is a staple in American Chinese food. In this recipe tutorial, you will learn how to make an authentic version of this popular egg dish.
A long time ago, when I first set my foot on the US soil for higher education, I went straight to the middle America. I flew from Malaysia and arrived in the state of Iowa. After touching down, I went straight to a Chinese restaurant and the first dish I order was Egg Foo Young.
When the dish came, I was shocked to find out that the Egg Foo Young in the America was puffy and doused in a thick brown sauce. There was a thick filling of vegetables inside the eggs. The taste was very bland and unappetizing. That was my first (sad) encounter with American Chinese food.
How to Make Egg Foo Young
Despite my horrible experience, many people love this egg dish. So I developed this Egg Foo Young recipe. I filled the omelet with ground pork, shrimp and bean sprouts. I combined the seasonings with the eggs, so there is no brown sauce on top of the eggs.
Egg Foo Young Gravy
If you are looking for the Americanized egg foo young with the brown gravy, please trust me on this. You do not need the gravy sauce. If you are wondering if egg foo young is healthy for you, it’s not if you have the sodium-laden and starch-heavy gravy. My recipe is healthier and delicious, I assure you.
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