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Korean Crab Jeon (Crab Stick Omelette) Recipe

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Here’s how I make a modified version of Korean Crab Jeon-Crab Stick Omelette. It’s a really quick recipe and I like to make mine a bit spicy!

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Korean Crab Jeon (Crab Stick Omelette) Recipe
Here's how I make a modified version of Korean Crab Jeon-Crab Stick Omelette. It's a really quick recipe and I like to make mine a bit spicy!
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Ingredients
  1. Ingredients
  2. 2-3 - Imitation Crab Sticks
  3. 1 - Medium Size Tomato
  4. Spices & Seasonings
  5. Crushed Red Pepper
  6. Season All
  7. Roasted Garlic Powder
  8. Basil
  9. Ginger
  10. Old Bay Seafood Seasoning
  11. Spicy Hot Oil
  12. Coconut Oil - use for frying
Instructions
  1. Shred the imitation crab sticks into a bowl.
  2. Cube your tomato and add it into the same bowl.
  3. Crack your eggs and put them in a separate bowl - I used 3 eggs but only one of the yoke. I"m a egg-white kind of gal.
  4. Add a pinch of each season to the bowl with the imitation crab sticks and tomato.
  5. Add a pinch of each season to the bowl with the eggs - Don't over season.
  6. Transfer eggs into the bowl with the imitation crab sticks and tomato and mix well to combine.
  7. Next, take about 2 TS of coconut oil and add to your frying pan. Keep the temperature on low.
  8. Add your egg and imitation crab sticks and tomato mixture to the pan.
  9. Let the underside cook slowly. Once cooked, flip it over with a large spatula.
  10. Let the other side cook as well
  11. Once both sides have cooked to your liking, top your eggs off with some chives or cilantro.
  12. Optional - add more crushed red pepper and spicy hot oil.
  13. Transfer your eggs to a plate and enjoy!!!
Notes
  1. (TIP) - This also works as an appetizer. Just make smaller bite-size eggs and pair it with a dipping sauce like spicy Sriracha mayo.
Adapted from Chef Julie Yoon
Adapted from Chef Julie Yoon
Oby Nnadi http://www.obynnadi.com/
 

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