Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs
Chinese Food

Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs

Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs are a home-cooked dish that meets the taste of the public. The raw materials are common and the price is relatively low, and the preparation method is very simple.

“Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs” are of course made of eggs. Eggs are one of the essential ingredients on the Chinese table. Eggs are rich in nutritional value and can well supplement protein. The most common ways to make eggs are boiled, steamed, marinated, scrambled, etc. The “Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs” I share with you today is another way of making eggs. The method is similar to making yuxiang shredded pork. Use this The eggs scrambled in this way have a special flavor. This dish is full of fragrance. The dish does not contain meat but it is more delicious than meat. It is especially fragrant when served with rice. If you like it, you can try it! The specific method is described below.

All you wan to know about Yuxiang

What is Yuxiang?

“Yuxiang” is a Chinese word. It refer to “A particular style of cooking that originates from the Sichuan province in China, characterized by its spicy and pungent flavors”.

What does Yuxiang taste like?

The taste of Yuxiang sauce varies, but it is typically described as savory, slightly sweet, and spicy. The specific flavor profile depends on the exact recipe and ingredients used, but common elements include soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, ginger, garlic, and chili pepper, which create a well-balanced blend of salty, sour, sweet, and spicy flavors. Some variations of Yuxiang sauce also contain other ingredients such as sesame oil or Sichuan peppercorns, which can further enhance the flavor.

What does Yuxiang(鱼香) mean in Chinese?

In Chinese, “Yuxiang” (鱼香) translates to “fish fragrance.” The name is thought to describe the appetizing aroma of dishes made with the sauce, which is often used as a seasoning for fish and seafood dishes. The Yuxiang sauce is a type of seasoning used in Chinese cuisine and it is known for its savory, slightly sweet and spicy flavor.

What is yuxiangrousi in english?

“Yuxiangrousi” (鱼香肉丝) is a dish in Chinese cuisine. Translated into English, it is called “Fish-Fragrant Pork Slices.” The dish is a type of stir-fry made with thinly sliced pork, vegetables, and a sauce that is seasoned with ingredients such as ginger, garlic, soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, and chili pepper. The sauce gives the dish its characteristic “fish fragrance” flavor, even though there is typically no fish in the recipe. The dish is a popular staple in Sichuan cuisine and is known for its spicy and savory taste.


Ingredients for yuxiang scrambled eggs

4 eggs 1 green pepper
1/2 carrot Black Fungus 60g
1 piece ginger 5 cloves garlic
Yuxiang sauce 2 tablespoons light soy sauce
1 tablespoon oyster sauce 1 tablespoon sugar
2 tablespoons SEASONED MATURE VINEGAR 1/2 tsp starch
2 grams white pepper 1/2 tsp chicken powder
Half bowl of water 1 tbsp Pixian bean paste


Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs Recipe

side dishes for Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs

step 1

Let’s prepare the side dishes first: shred green peppers, carrots, and fungus. Minced ginger and garlic and set aside.

ingredients for Yuxiang sauce

Step 2

Prepare a bowl of yuxiang sauce and mix well.

eggs in a bowl

Step 3

Crack the eggs into a bowl, add 1 teaspoon salt and 1 tablespoon white vinegar and mix well.

Scrambled eggs in a frying pan

Step 4

Heat wok with oil. Scrambled eggs in a frying pan

Scramble eggs until golden brown

Step 5

Scramble eggs until golden brown and set aside.

side dishes for yuxiang scrambled eggs

Step 6

Leave the base oil in the pan and add minced ginger and garlic to saute until fragrant. Add 1 tablespoon of Pixian bean paste and stir fry red oil. Stir-fry the bean paste until fragrant, add the side dishes and stir-fry over high heat.

Stir fry the side dishes

Step 7

Stir fry the side dishes until they are broken and add the scrambled eggs. Stir fry evenly and pour in the mixed yuxiang sauce. Stir fry quickly on high heat until the soup is absorbed by the eggs. Stir fry until the ingredients are evenly coated.

yuxiang scrambled eggsu

Step 8

out of the pot.

yuxiang scrambled eggs

Step 9

It’s done.


Tips for Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs

1.The ratio of sugar and vinegar is 1:1, which can be adjusted according to your own taste.
2.Eggs are added with white vinegar to remove the fishy smell and can be more fluffy when frying.
3. Pixian bean paste is added, so there is no need to add salt here.


All you wan to know about Scrambled Eggs

What makes scrambled eggs taste better?

There are many ways to make scrambled eggs taste better, depending on personal preferences. Here are a few ideas:

  1. Use fresh eggs: The fresher the eggs, the better they will taste.
  2. Add milk or cream: Adding a small amount of milk or cream can make the eggs creamier and more flavorful.
  3. Season with salt and pepper: Salt and pepper are essential for bringing out the natural flavors of the eggs.
  4. Add herbs and spices: Adding herbs and spices like chives, parsley, thyme, or paprika can add a burst of flavor to scrambled eggs.
  5. Use high-quality butter: Using high-quality butter can make the eggs taste richer and more indulgent.
  6. Cook the eggs low and slow: Cooking the eggs over low heat and stirring them gently can result in creamy, tender, and flavorful scrambled eggs.
  7. Add cheese: Adding a bit of cheese, such as cheddar, feta, or goat cheese, can add richness and depth to scrambled eggs.
  8. Experiment with different ingredients: Try adding ingredients like sautéed onions, mushrooms, diced ham, or spinach to add extra flavor and nutrition to scrambled eggs.
The “Yuxiang Scrambled Eggs” I am sharing with you today is very delicious, the egg is smooth, the sauce is rich, and the color, fragrance and taste are all good. This is a dish made with the recipe of “Yuxiang pork shreds”. The taste is basically the same as that of Yuxiang shredded pork, but the texture is different because the eggs are smoother.
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