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       Title: Egg Foo Yung
  Categories: Cheese/eggs, Oriental, Wok
       Yield: 3 servings
     1/4 c  Cooked or raw meat, sliced
       1 sm Onion, minced
       2 c  Bean sprouts, cooked cooled
            -and drained
       3    Eggs
   1. cook bean sprouts in water about 7 minutes. Pour into a sieve and
   drain thoroughly. Canned bean sprouts may be used - merely drain them
   2. Stir fry meat and onions in a wok until meat is cooked. Put meat
   into a dish and allow to cool.
   3. When ingredients are cooled, mix them all together in a small bowl
   along with 3 eggs, salt, and pepper. Do not overmix the ingredients
   once the eggs have been added, as a heavy hand will cause eggs to
   become too liquid.
   4. Add oil to a wok so that it will be to a depth of 1 in the center.
   Turn burner on medium setting and heat oil up for about 5 or 6
   minutes. Ladle in 1/3 of your omelette mixture into the wok. Use a
   minute timer and set it for 5 minutes. Cook your omelette the full 5
   minutes. Flip your omelette over and cook the reverse side a full 5
   minutes. At the end of the cooking time, take a turner and press down
   on your omelette while it is still in the wok, if raw egg oozes out,
   then cook patty some more. If patty is cooked, egg should not ooze
   out. Remove cooked patties to serving platter. Repeat cooking
   procedure for other two patties. Note: oil for the 2nd and 3rd
   patties will become foamy, so lower your heat setting slightly. There
   should be enough oil in your wok initially so that additional oil is
   not required for the last 2 patties. Discard any oil that is
   remaining in wok, after cooking egg foo yung.
   5. Arrange patties on serving platter. (You may wish to serve gravy
   with patties. Recipe for gravy follows.)
   NOTE: A minute timer is suggested in this recipe for use, as egg foo
   yung patties readily break up in the wok, if they do not receive
   sufficient cooking time.