Happy Call Pan Recipe - Omelette Galore

If you are a porridge fan just like me, I'm sure you will be pretty familiar with those wonderful variations of omelette that goes divinely with it.  I wanted to experiment cooking omelette using the Happy call pan since no oil are used. It turned out to be surprisingly moist and fluffy as the omelette was in a way 'steamed' when the pan is closed (locked). For those omelette lovers out there, I've listed my favourite combinations here in this post for your reference. Enjoy.

Serves 2

4                    eggs, beaten
1 tablespoon   light soy sauce
1 dash             white ground pepper

Mix all ingredients together. This is the base for the omelette.

Omelette Combinations:

Chai poh omelette
- 1 clove of minced garlic, 2 tablespoons of chai poh, 1/2 tablespoon of sugar

Prawn & onion omelette
- 1/2 sliced yellow onion, 6 shrimp sliced half lengthwise

Onion omelette
- 1 sliced yellow onion

Long beans omelette
- 1 clove of minced garlic, 1 cup of thinly sliced long beans

Oriental omelette
- 2 chinese mushrooms thinly sliced, 1/2 lup cheong thinly sliced, 1/2 sliced yellow onion

Minced meat omelette
- 100g minced pork

Foo yong omelette
- 1 tablespoon of chopped char siew, 1/4 cup of beansprouts, 1 stalk of sliced scallion, 1/4 sliced yellow onion, 1 tablespoon of chopped shrimp, 1/2 sliced chilli


Heat the Happy Call Pan on medium-high heat for a minute. Add in the ingredients and lock the pan for two minutes. Lock for 4 minutes if you are cooking the long beans and 6 minutes if you are cooking the minced meat.

Open the pan and pour in the prepared egg mixture. Close and lock for two minutes.

Flip over and cook for another minute. Open and serve.

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