#RecipeSaviours: Scrambled Egg Stir-Fry

August 26, 2015

Check out this shining ‘eggsample’ of a quick and nutritious dish 

We’re stirring things up here at Secret Saviours Towers with this super easy and tasty recipe, from BBC Good Food. And it takes just TEN MINUTES!

Enjoy. 

Serves: 2
Time: 5 minutes prep; 5 minutes cooking
Good for: Protein, calcium, potassium, fibre, Vitamin A and Vitamin E

Ingredients

1 tbsp oil (Secret Saviours recommends olive oil)
100g cooked prawns, defrosted if frozen
Thumb-sized piece of ginger (no need to peel)
Large handful of fresh bean sprouts
4 spring onions, sliced
4 eggs, beaten
1 tbsp soy sauce, plus extra to taste 

Method

• Heat the oil in a wok or frying pan and stir-fry the prawns on a high heat for 30 seconds until they start to take on a little colour. Tip in the ginger, bean sprouts and half of the spring onions and stir-fry for another 30 seconds, then turn down the heat and pour in the eggs.
• Leave to set for a few seconds, then move the loosely-set egg around the pan with a spatula to scramble. When all of the egg has set, tip in the soy sauce and let it sizzle for a few seconds. Serve sprinkled with the rest of the shredded spring onion and season with more soy sauce to taste.

And that’s that! Bon apetite!

Recipe from Good Food Magazine; image courtesy of BBC Good Food





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