Cod And Green Pea Omelette With Sweet And Sour Sauce

It's a very fresh omelette because of the sauce.

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)
Serves 1 Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Cod 100g
Onion 1/4
Frozen green peas 2 tbsp
Cress 1/4 pack
Eggs 2
Salt & pepper, & oil as required
Chicken stock 200ml
Soy sauce, sugar & vinegar 1 tbsp each
Potato starch in water 2-3 tsp

Method

1
I used green peas and cress this time, but use your favourite vegetables.
2
Put the chicken stock and the ingredients below it in a pan and bring to the boil. Add the potato starch in water. The sweet and sour sauce is ready.
3
Heat up the oil in a small frying pan and cook the sliced onions, then add the cod chunks.
4
Brown the cod.
5
Add the green peas from frozen.
6
Sprinkle over the cress. Pour over the beaten seasoned egg over and around in the pan. Put into a hot oven (220C) for 10 minutes.
7
When the top is nicely browned, carefully touch the centre to check if it's firm. Pour the sweet and sour sauce over the top - it's ready!

Tips & Note

I used a 15cm pan for 1 person. When you take out the pan, the cod will keep cooking, so it might be better to take it out a bit earlier.

Cod And Green Pea Omelette With Sweet And Sour Sauce

It's a very fresh omelette because of the sauce.

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)

Serves 1

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Cod 100g
Onion 1/4
Frozen green peas 2 tbsp
Cress 1/4 pack
Eggs 2
Salt & pepper, & oil as required
Chicken stock 200ml
Soy sauce, sugar & vinegar 1 tbsp each
Potato starch in water 2-3 tsp

Cod And Green Pea Omelette With Sweet And Sour Sauce

Recipe ID :1747 Posted on 25 MAR 2016

Serves 1

Cook 20min
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It's a very fresh omelette because of the sauce.

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100g
1/4
2 tbsp
1/4 pack
2
as required
200ml
1 tbsp each
2-3 tsp

Method

Cook
20min
1
I used green peas and cress this time, but use your favourite vegetables.
2
Put the chicken stock and the ingredients below it in a pan and bring to the boil. Add the potato starch in water. The sweet and sour sauce is ready.
3
Heat up the oil in a small frying pan and cook the sliced onions, then add the cod chunks.
4
Brown the cod.
5
Add the green peas from frozen.
6
Sprinkle over the cress. Pour over the beaten seasoned egg over and around in the pan. Put into a hot oven (220C) for 10 minutes.
7
When the top is nicely browned, carefully touch the centre to check if it's firm. Pour the sweet and sour sauce over the top - it's ready!

Tips & Note

I used a 15cm pan for 1 person. When you take out the pan, the cod will keep cooking, so it might be better to take it out a bit earlier.

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