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Steam Egg with Ebi

Another 15 minutes simple yet nutritious dish.Steam Egg with Ebi
Ingredients:
2 eggs
2 cups water
1 tbs tung choi/ preserved vegetable
1 tsp chicken stock
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp white pepper
6-8 tbs Ebi cut into small pieces (dried salted shrimp)
Chinese parsley
vegetable oil

How to prepare:
Stir fry Ebi with 1-2 tbs oil until it crispy.
Heat up water in steamer. beaten 2 eggs, add water, preserved vegetable, salt and chicken stock, white pepper and mix it well . than put in hot steamer and steam it for 8-10 minutes.
When it done, sprinkle fried Ebi and Chinese parsley on the top of the steamed egg.

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