Oyster Omelette

Oyster Omelette

Description:
The Oyster Omelette is pretty self-explanatory. Hailing from Teochew/Fujian origins, it comes in two variations - Or-jian or Or-luak. In the case of the Or-jian, the egg is used as a coating and what you get is a bunch of lightly fried oysters, each coated with a crispy egg layer. Or-luak on the other hand is an egg omelette with oysters filings instead of your usual ham, cheese or onions. Both versions are served with chilli and garnished with coriander leaves.

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