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Bitter Melon Scrambled Eggs with Chinese Sausage ( 苦瓜腊肠炒蛋 )

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Foodies, here's another quick and easy recipe for those who are always in a hurry, and it's eggi-licious!

Do you know how comedians like their eggs done? Funny side up, of course! Hahaha! Did you get it right? Errr..... let's try another one! What does a mixed-up hen lay? It's Scrambled Eggs!!

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So let's start cooking this eggi-licious Bitter Melon aka Bitter Gourd Scrambled Eggs with Chinese Sausage ( 苦瓜腊肠炒蛋 )!

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Ingredients:
5 Eggs
¼ Bitter gourd aka bitter melon
½ Chinese sausage
2 tsp Olive oil
Pinch of Salt
Dash of light Soy sauce

Method:
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  • Rinse bitter gourd and remove skin. Use a spoon to scrap out the insides of the melon. Slice thinly and marinate with pinch of salt for about 15 minutes.
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  • Remove skin from sausage (optional), and dice. Set aside.
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  • Heat oil and fry the melon till cooked, and add sausage. Stir fry till fragrant.
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  • Stir in eggs and add soy sauce. Scramble well. Timing depends when how runny you want your eggs to be.
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Enjoy your tasty Bitter Melon Scrambled Eggs with Chinese Sausage ( 苦瓜腊肠炒蛋 ) with the bitter gourd brought to you by #PurelyFresh!

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Check out what I did to the rest of the melon at 30-Minute Meal: Healthy Bitter Gourd Egg-Drop Soup ( 苦瓜蛋花汤 )!

61 comments:

  1. I make something similar Shirley. Only that we prefer a veg version, so no sausage. Its a truly loved and bitter gourd? Good remedy for my half-half's diabetics.

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  2. I love this dish but minus the chinese sausages please. Just eggs and bitter melon will do. Tasty! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  3. Usually just bitter gourd and egg but Chinese sausage added that sweetness to this dish. Very creative dish, Shirley.

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  4. Treasure, this dish has a beautiful appearance, it must be delicious!

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  5. Delicious!

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  6. Bitter melons are in season here! I still haven't tried them yet, but you make me want to! <3 - www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  7. I like your jokes! Your recipe sounds delicious!

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  8. Delicious recipe!!!!! Great job Shirley!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  9. Looove quick and delicious recipes! ^^
    This seems so tasty!
    xxx
    S
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  10. I do love eggs, Shirley, and the presentations are lovely!

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  11. omg, yummy!! I want to try this recipe so bad :D xoxo

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  12. I just had this dish with rice noodles over the weekend!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  13. I really love melon and it looks like a great place.
    Kisses

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  14. I've never had this before, ever, but it actually looks really yummy!

    Raindrops of Sapphire

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  15. It looks amazing:) Thanks for recipe:)
    kisses

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    1. Have to admit it's an acquired taste, Monica. I didn't like it too when I was younger :)

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  17. Tasty!

    God bless,
    XO, Claire
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  18. It is a perfect dish for me, I like bittergourd very much..If I were to cook up this dish at home, my girls will sure only pick up the sausages and eggs only.

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  19. amazing recipe, like very delish
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  20. My FAVE!!!!! Although I'm so simple I never thought to add chinese sausage but pretty brilliant for that added kick babe!

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  21. Ohhhhh...you had me at Chinese Sausage, Shirley! I know that this will easily be a favourite in my household. ^.^

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  22. Looks delicious!!
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  23. So yummy! I want to try this recipe, but I'm not sure if I'll find all ingredients.

    Jasmine xx

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  24. I've never tried bitter melon and not sure that I've ever seen it at the supermarket but this recipe looks amazing. Want to send me some!

    Sxx
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  25. these eggs sounds amazing

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  26. I actually saw bitter melon at the market for the first time! Now I have a recipe to test it out :)

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  27. Shirley, your dishes always looks so beautiful and tasty! xoxo

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  28. Looks yummy - I really want some bitter gourd now! x

    The Belle Narrative

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  29. Oooooh you are making me hungry!

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  30. Need to give this recipe a try, sounds delicious!

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  31. Bitter gourd with egg and sausage . Awesome recipe

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  32. Bitter melon is something I've never cooked myself. I did have it recently in a bitter melon jelly though.

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  33. I love it with just garlic and egg. You recipe look delicious with hot rice. Make me hungry!

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  34. this recipe very yummy
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  35. Yea i fried this too. sometimes added small shrimps

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  36. Hi Shirley,

    Like your HK chopping board and kitchen scissors. Cute! My mum used to like bitter melon scrambled eggs to eat plain congee... I thought of her when I saw your delicious dish.

    Zoe

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    1. What a surprise! Thanks for catching up, Rajiv!

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  38. Wow look delicious! Kiss

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  39. Looks delicious! Loved the humour too! You are the best Shirley dear!! Baci, Coco et La vie en rose fashion blog - Valeria Arizzi

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  40. It looks so yummy and healthy too, Shirley, you're a great cook :)

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  42. Shirley, I had to Google bitter melon! Sounds like an interesting ingredient with a unique flavor. The closest substitute I can get here would probably be green bell peppers (capsicum) although they wouldn't add that "bitter" element. That aside, I love how you scramble your eggs! Here, they're all whipped together and "plain yellow." Yours look much more colorful and tasty! Will have to try out your technique for my hubby's next Saturday morning breakfast. :) He once asked me why I didn't just crack the eggs into the skillet and start mixing them up, ha! Maybe he's been reading your blog, too? :) Thanks for this tasty and "new to me" inspiration. I always learn something from your posts! xo

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    1. Hahaha! This is scrambled egg Chinese-style & I'm sure you'll enjoy as much, Kim! We usually save the Western-style for breakfast :)

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  44. Great post dear! Have a nice day:)

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  45. Definitely very delicious and healthy!! I will try this for my son, he's gonna love it!

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  46. Looks yummy! Dragging my wife to see this :-P

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  47. Thanks for sharing the recipe....going to try soon :)

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  48. hmmm...i dont understand why people like to eat bitter melon. thats the only veggie that i dont eat.

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    1. I would say it's an acquired taste, dear. I don't eat those outside, but only those I cook cause I can control the bitterness. I also don't like mine too raw.

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