Omelet two ways

Gyeran Malyee - rolled omelet

Gyeran Malyee – rolled omelet

An omelet is such a versatile dish, everyone has made a version of it sometimes in their life. In this recipe I’ll give two different ways of making and serving an Korean style omelet; Gyeran Malyee, which is a rolled omelet and Gyeran Jjim which is a steamed omelet. The last one is very light and fluffy, almost like a mix between custard and souffle.

This recipe is part of the Korean Dinner series.

GYERAN MALYEE

Serves 4 as a side dish

Ingredients

3 large Eggs
2 Spring Onions
1 tbsp Fish sauce
Pinch of pepper

Preparation

– Chop the spring onions finely.
– Mix all the ingredients together and beat it well.

– Heat some oil in a frying pan and pour half the egg mixture in, divide well over the pan.
– Bake the egg on a low heat.
– When done, roll the egg and cut into slices.
– Repeat with the other half of the mixture.

 

GYERAN JJIM

Serves 4 as a side dish

Ingredients

3 large Eggs
2 Spring Onions
1 tbsp Fish sauce
Pinch of pepper
120 ml Water

Preparation

– Chop the spring onions finely.
– Mix all the ingredients together and put into a heat proof bowl.

– Take a large cooking pan and put 300-450 ml of water in it. Bring it to a boil.
– Carefully place the bowl with the egg mixture into the center of the pan. Put the lid on and steam for 15 minutes.

In the Microwave:

– You can also place the bowl with egg mixture into the microwave and steam for 5 minutes.

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