Fried Onions with Eggs
One of my favourite comfort foods for those days when I need something easy to fry up for lunch or dinner. Fried Onions with Eggs is my simple go-to recipe when I need to make up the number at the dinner table.
It’s so easy to make, and so therefore there needs to be skill involved to make it the perfect egg omelette dish. Doing it haphazardly doesn’t do the dish justice.
3 whole Eggs (I usually use the 55 grams and above type so that I get a good mix of eggs)
2 medium Purple Onions (these onions are easily found anywhere)
1 tsp Chicken Stock granules
1. Crack the eggs into a bowl and mix in the chicken stock powder and give the mixture a good whisk to make sure the granules are dissolved into the eggs.
2. Slice the onions sideways and leave it as it is. Heat up the wok and pour in 4 tbsp of olive oil. Once the oil is hot enough, throw in the onion slices and start frying.
3. Fry the onions until they start to brown. This happens when the sugars in the onions caramelises. By the the onions would be translucent and softened. Pour the egg mixture into the wok and continue frying until the eggs are brown on one side. Then break it up and stir fry for about a minute. That’s it.
Beat the chicken stock granules with the eggs
Fry the onions until softened and translucent and brown on one side