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Korean Happy Call Pan Crispy Wakame Prawn Omelette Recipe

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The #Wakame (わかめ / ワカメ), a sea vegetable or edible seaweed with a slippery texture, is often found in Japanese cuisines. The seaweed is not only tasty with very high nutritional values, it's also extremely low in calorie and minimal in fat.

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Some time ago, I came across these Wakame and bought a packet home to try. You can easily find these in the local supermarkets. These wakame leaves should be cut into small pieces as they will expand during cooking.

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I've used it to cook omelette with prawns, using the Chinese wok the first time. The result was a satisfying crispy and yummy egg dish!

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On my next attempt, I decided to cook the omelette with my Happy Call Pan. As I was using more eggs, I thought it would be much easier with the magic pan since I could flip it with ease. Both kitchen tools somewhat delivered similar results, but you'll definitely need some skills in flipping the omelette if you're cooking on a larger scale with a wok.

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Now for some fun again before I reveal the recipe, here's are couple of teasers for you to enjoy while you drool (answers will be disclosed at the end of the post):
  • How do comedians like their eggs?
  • What day do chickens hate most?
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Ingredients:
5 Eggs
10 medium Prawns (shelled and deveined)
3 strands of Nori Wakame
1 tsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
½ tsp Salt
Dash of Pepper

Marinade for Prawns:
Dash of pepper and salt

Method:
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  • Rinse wakame for about 5 - 6 times to reduce saltiness. You don't need a lot of wakame since they expand during the rinse and cooking, just about 3 strands will do. Cut up the seaweed and set aside.
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  • Beat eggs with wakame together with the seasonings until you can see bubbles forming.
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  • Grease Happy Call Pan with oil and sautéed garlic till fragrant. Add prawns and stir-fry till they're about half-cooked. Dish them up and set aside.
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  • Pour egg mixture into HCP and throw in prawns. Cover lid and cook on low fire for about 1 min. To achieve a crispy result on the outside while maintaining the fluffiness inside, it is important to use low heat.
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  • Flip pan over, open to check ensuring egg is still intact. Close it back and cook for another min or till golden brown. Adjust timing according to how brown and crispy you like your omelette to be.
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  • Cut omelette into slices and you're ready to serve your delicious Crispy Wakame Prawn Omelette!
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  • So how do you think comedians like their eggs? Ans: Funny side up!
  • What day do chickens hate most? Ans: Fry-day!
Did you get them right?? Hahaha! Have a eggi-licious day!

51 comments:

  1. Nice! Would definitely love to try this out, thanks for sharing :)

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  2. the prawns looks tempting :(
    I wish my mom cook me for this one hehe

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    1. Andrea, now you can with this recipe! TGIF, sweetie!

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  3. Great invention with wakame. We have it over here and I would love to try your gorgeous egg dish. The two questions - ahhh!! so tired Shirley; to think as I just finished off my office work.

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    1. Nava, cool! Oh, poor gal! Have a good rest, it's TGIF!

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  4. Now I'm hungry it looks so delicious.
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  5. All the things you cook look mouth watering, you son and hubby are lucky.

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    1. Subha, thanks so much for your lovely comments! You have fun shopping over the weekend, yah??

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  6. Lol...funny! This looks yummy. I've not tried wakame before. Thanks for the tip, Shirley. And that Happy Call pan is really nifty. I really should get one for myself ^.^

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    1. Sharon, then you gotta try! It's healthy too! Happy weekend, sweetie!

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  7. Yummy :)
    Will try wakame asap.
    Enjoyed the humor !
    Have an awesome weekend, Shirley :)

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    1. Rajiv, thanks dear! Happy weekend to you too & enjoy your travelling!

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  8. Wow, yummy omelette... must try, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Cheah, thanks for coming by & hope to see more of you here! Happy weekend!

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  9. wow! This looks so delicious Shirley! I really wanna try it!

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    1. Sarah, I'm sure you can handle this simple recipe :)

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  10. Another yummy recipe from you, Shirley! I would love to try that.

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    1. Trishie, have a awesome Mother's Day celebration this Sunday!

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  11. I thought I saw this in the soup of Japanese bento sets and thought it's called seaweed too, So this is what it is actually called. Looks interesting to cook it this way.

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    1. DS, wakame is commonly seen in miso soups & it's real yummy! Try cooking with eggs :)

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  12. Absolutely delicious shirley! I'm sure everyone would love this at the dinner table! I'd love to make a version of this but with more flour and less egg to get a crispy outside all over! I'm a fan of super crisp outsides! But more egg is more nutritious than flour! Thanks for the recipe and idea!

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    1. Sharlynn, your idea makes me think of a nice & crispy version of oyster omelette! Aw, I love it!! Thanks for sharing, sweetie!

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  13. What a magnificent omelette! I wish I could start my morning with a big slice!!!

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    1. Liz, hahaha! Happy Mother's Day to you, dear!

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  14. This is simply delicious. Nice recipe.

    Happy Mother's Day to you, Shirley!

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    1. Rose, thank you dear! Enjoy your celebration tmr!

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  15. Nice! Looks good. Now I feel hungry~!

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  16. That looks so good, Shirley! I haven't tried wakame but will be on the lookout at the stores. Would love to try it out!

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    1. Kanak, I'm sure you'll like it as much! Happy cooking!

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  17. Looks like I need to go out to hunt for this Happy Call Pan cause it makes every dishes easier to cook. =)

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    1. DD, definitely especially when it comes to cooking omelette!

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  18. I heard of this HCP from some bloggers who bragged about its easy use and no spills. Your recipe looks even more tempting and delicious than what the others have cooked. I must tell them to learn from you.

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    1. Tan, it's a very handy tool to have in the kitchen. That's so sweet of you, dear! I'm also learning everyday :)

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  19. hi Shirley, this one looks a bit like lasagna + oh chien (fried oyster from Penang)...if can try with other seafood then we can compare the taste..heheeh

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    1. Hong, you sure have very imaginative thoughts! Sounds nice!

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  20. HI there! i bought these wakame some months ago at some small food booth, and i really like them but can't seem to find them anywhere in supermarkets :( do u know where i can get them? thanks!!

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    1. Hi Cheryl, thanks so much for popping by! Isetan is selling Wakame but different brand tho. You can try & see if it's just as nice 😜

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    2. oh do u know if it's the same kinda wakame though? :) i noticed that the normal ones sold in supermarkets are the dried form and comes in very small packaging?

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  21. Aiyah, you should've asked me this morning as I was at Isetan. I could've checked for you. Don't think it's the dried ones. Looks like same from packaging, but that was some time back.

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    1. Which item, Janet? If you're referring to Wakeme, you can find in Japanese supermarkets such as Isetan or Meiji-ya. Enjoy! xoxo

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  23. I look for the wakame can't find in other place .
    Thank alot your information thank shirley

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    1. They come in few different brands, Janet. Maybe you can check with the staff. They may have stopped importing the same brand since the post is quite some time back, but you can find other brands. It's the same thing.

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  24. okay if I can't find this maybe I try other brand .

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