Malaysian Fried Oyster Omelette Recipe (Oh Chien)

Malaysian Fried Oyster Omelette Recipe (Oh Chien)

M alaysian food is not nearly as popular as it should be. There are literally hundreds of unbelievable and unique dishes out there that nobody has ever heard of. One example would be oyster omelette. There are many different ways to make this dish and we came across this recipe while travelling through Malaysia… Melaka to be exact. We found this fried oyster omelette recipe at the Newton Culture Food Village at a stall called Malacca Style Fried Oyster. Felix was awesome to show us how to make it!

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This variation is somewhat scrambled, while others are cooked in a hot skillet and are made to be somewhat crispy. This recipe has wheat flour, corn flour and potato flour as a base. Others call for rice flour or tapioca flour and you can play around with different variations as you like. In the future I will make my own variation, see which one works best and post it up here for you. Do you have a recipe? Why don’t you post it up here in the comment section below!

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