An Egg Stir Fry - One of Isabella's Favorites
Just in case you didn't read the post previous to this one, I don't know what this green stuff is called in English. Help from you guys would be great. Probably belongs in the onion family, but it's not green onions or leeks.
Also, this as well as the next few posts include Taiwanese style dishes.
This. From my dad's garden.
Eggs. Eight of them.
Garlic. Two cloves.
Then, olive oil, chicken broth, soy sauce, and a tad of sea salt.
Wash and cut very finely.
Peel the garlic and cut it into small pieces, like so. Set that aside.
Place eight eggs in a bowl.
After beating the eggs, add in some chicken broth.
Followed by some soy sauce.
Mix well and then pour over the greenery.
On low medium heat, allow the garlic and a bit of olive oil to sizzle. Once sizzling, add the other stuff in, perhaps putting in a little bit of salt.
Here's the finished product. The whitish look at the top isn't due to inability to handle a camera. That's steam coming from the dish just cooked.
Served that over rice. In my home growing up, a number of various stir fried vegetables were served for lunch or dinner, all with rice. Rice is to bread, as Taiwanese culture is to American culture. Make sense?