Many children are picky eaters, for example, they don’t like eating egg yolks. Making eggs into “sweet and sour poached eggs” can completely solve this problem. Kids can lick their plates clean, so give it a try, moms!
This dish is made with eggs poached in a sweet and sour sauce.
When I was a child, my mother often made me “Sweet and Sour Poached Eggs”.
Now that I have grown up and my mother is old, I made this dish for my mother on Mother’s Day.
Sitting at the table, I and my mom shared more than just a meal. With each bite, they savored the flavors that brought back memories of countless family gatherings, laughter, and love. The Sweet and Sour Poached Eggs became a symbol of our bond—a reminder of the shared experiences and the joy of creating something together.
Sweet and sour poached eggs Recipe
Add 2 tablespoons of Seasoned Mature vinegar to a blow.
Add 1 tsp of light soy sauce.
Add 2 tablespoons of sugar.
Add four tsp of water.
Add 1 tsp corn starch, mix well and set aside.
Heat a frying pan and pour in an appropriate amount of corn oil.
Crack in three poached eggs and fry until golden on both sides.
Pour in the prepared sweet and sour sauce and cook until the sauce thickens.
Sprinkle chopped green onion and cooked sesame seeds, turn off the heat and serve.
Look it, it’s so appetizing.
Tips for Sweet and Sour Poached Egg
All ingredients can be added or subtracted according to personal taste and the number of people dining.
My family loved these. They are easy to make and we added a little syrup on the side of everyone’s plates for dipping. Yum!
The soft poached eggs nestled on a bed of steamed rice, adorned with a drizzle of the sweet and sour sauce. It was a work of art,
Whether you’re a seasoned cook or just starting your culinary journey, give the Sweet and Sour Poached Eggs recipe a try.