4 Reviews

I didn't have shrimps and zucchini so I diced some potatoes and used one can of the Phillips lump crabmeat. I fried the potatoes until tender and set aside and mixed everything together when cooled. I used 4 eggs and about 1 tsp cornstarch. I also added more green onions. It was delish. With the sauce, I added a bit of brown sugar to the mixture for a little sweetness.

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Neytiri1102 December 06, 2015

Good

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wanling6r December 31, 2007

I'm giving this recipe 5 stars because of the flavor combination. I personally will serve this over rice next time, and use a warming tray. It had gotten cold too fast to enjoy thoroughly. I feel that it could use a bit more oyster sauce and instead of thickening it with cornstarch I will use arrowroot. Arrowroot doesn't need water to keep from clumping and it doesn't drown the flavors. All in all, I enjoyed it and will do this again. Thank you Barb!

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CabinKat January 11, 2007

This is a very tasty omelette, I used fresh prawns and canned crabmeat, and it worked out well. I chopped the zucchini and did more of a scramble with the mixture. Then to serve I put it in 2 chinese bowls packed it down, then upturned the bowls on to a plate. It comes out like a timbale, put some shredded lettuce around and poured the sauce over the egg mixture. Thanks Barb.

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Latchy November 04, 2003
Shrimp and Crab Egg Foo Yong