Little Piggies

Little Piggies

Who can say no to this little cute piggy?

Features:
  • Sweet
Cuisine:

The steamed egg is sweet and creamy. Eating with ham and seaweed which are salty is a good mix and they're balanced with the egg well.

Ingredients

Directions

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Make Egg Mixture

Blend 1 egg and 2 tsp. of granulated white sugar together. I like to use a whisk to beat the egg instead of a fork, I feel in this way the egg can be evenly blended.

After that, add 3/4 cup of milk, give them a good mix. By the way, the milk what I used in this recipe only have 2% milk fat. You can try any kind of milk that you prefer.

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Steam

Use aluminum foil to cover the egg bowl. The foil can prevent the eggs from collecting water, also we can get a smooth surface of egg after steaming.

If you don't have steamer, it is fine to do like what I did and use a wok or a deep and big pot.
Put a steam rack in it, add some water. The water can not be over the rack.

Bring the water to boil with high heat, then put egg bowl on the rack. Cover with a lid.

Steam for 15 minutes.

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Decorate

I cut ham and dry seaweed to make little piggy's ears, nose, eyes and mouth. I think it makes it fun and enjoyable to eat.

Eating with ham and seaweed which are salty is a good mix and they're balanced with the egg well.

You can also pick up other ingredients to make it look cuter, or make it look like a chicken instead of a pig.
I believe no one can say no to this little cutie, especially kids.

Sandy Z.

My name is Sandy I'm just a Chinese girl living in the US and I love food! I absolutely love bringing unique Chinese flavors and dishes to everyone's table. Feel free to try out a few recipes! New Food for a New Mood!

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
1 Eggs
3/4 cup Milk
2 tsp. White Sugar
1 piece Ham Optional
1 small piece Dry Seaweed Optional
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Tamagoyaki (Rolled Omelette)
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