CHAI POH NENG
Chinese Malaysian salted turnip omelette, also known as "chai poh neng" in Hokkien, is a popular dish in Southeast Asia. Made with eggs, salted turnip, and sometimes sliced chili peppers, this omelette is a savory and flavorful addition to any meal.
The salted turnip provides a unique salty and tangy flavor, while the eggs offer a fluffy and satisfying texture. It's a simple and quick dish to make, perfect for breakfast or as a side dish for lunch or dinner. Try making this delicious and easy recipe today!
Shake up your Omelettes
2 Cloves of Garlic
1/2tb Light Soy Sauce
1ts White Pepper
Open up your salted turnips and have a wiff of it, soak it with some warm water for 3-5 minutes to removes the excess salt.
Give it a little bit of a rinse and begin to chop it up to ultra fine pieces or chunky, all up to you.
Crack and beat up 4 eggs, seaon with 1/2tb of light soy sauce, 1ts of sugar and 1ts of white pepper.
In a wok or pan add in some oil over high heat and set your turnips to fry and brown a little.
Once you are happy with the colour of the turnips add in your egg and give it a swirl around making sure it covers every single turnip and inch of the pan.
Cook for 1-2 minutes till th eeggs have developed a golden brown crust at the bottom.
Give it a magical flip! and cook it through (another 1-2 minutes)
Extra: If you want it extra spicy add in some fresh chilis.