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Crabmeat Omelette

Crabmeat Omelette Recipe

Crabmeat is the star ingredient in this omelette. Using quality crabmeat that is fresh and sweet tasting, this recipe requires minimal seasonings to bring out the natural good taste of the crab.

Check out the step-by-step photos on the previous page.

Ingredients:

  • 3 eggs
  • 1/4 tsp dashi powder (or substitute with 1/2 tsp light soy sauce)
  • 2 dashes white pepper powder
  • 1 tsp cooking oil
  • 10g + 10g unsalted butter divided
  • tiny pinch of salt & a dash of white pepper powder to taste
  • 100g crabmeat thaw if using frozen; excess liquid squeezed out
  • chopped spring onions to garnish

You also need

  • a non-stick pan
  • heat-resistant silicon spatula

Directions:

  1. Prepare egg mixture. Crack eggs into a bowl. Add dashi and white pepper. Beat with a fork or whisk, making sure the dashi powder is fully dissolved in the beaten egg mixture.
  2. Fry the crabmeat. Heat oil and 10g butter in a pan. Add crabmeat and fry briefly until cooked & fragrant. Season with salt and white pepper. Set aside 2 tbsp of crabmeat for garnishing later.
  3. Make the omelette. Add remaining butter to the pan and spread out the crab, ensuring the surface is evenly greased. Pour the egg mixture over the crabmeat. Fold the egg by pulling edges with a spatula to draw the egg from various sides to the centre, letting uncooked egg flow underneath.  Do so until the egg is just set with some raw egg still on top. Then cut the egg to chunks with the spatula and stir fry quickly until there is no more raw egg. Take the omelette off the heat immediately.
  4. To serve, dish the omelette out to a plate, garnish with remaining crabmeat and spring onions.
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3 comments on “Crabmeat Omelette”

  1. What a mouthwatering omelette! Can’t remember when I last had some crabs. Really miss them.

  2. You really know where to buy all the 好料! (e.g. crabmeat from Sheng Siong, and the black soybean soy sauce from Prime). The crabmeat looks good-quality leh!
    High-price tag? How much? *Curious + kaypoh*

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