1.Original egg pie


140g of plain flour, 190g of  water, 3 eggs, 2g of salt, 2 spring onions, oil



1 Put flour in a bowl and beat in 1 egg.

2 Add water to make the egg batter. Then, add in salt and mix well.

3 Wash and chop the shallots, beat the remaining 2 eggs for later use (you can also directly beat the eggs on the cake).

4 Pour oil into a pan an d heat up on low heat.

5 Pour in the egg batter and wait for the surface of the batter to solidify.

6 Pour in an the beaten egg liquid. (You can directly beat the eggs on top and spread them evenly with a spatula.)

7 Sprinkle chopped chives on the surface and turn over after the egg liquid has solidified.

8 After a while, roll up, turn off the heat and cut off. (You can also brush your favorite sauce, add your favorite vegetables and meat.)

9 The delicious breakfast egg pie will be out of the pot~


2.Potato cake


300g of potatoes, 200g of flour, 20g of chives, 1 teaspoon of cumin, 1 teaspoon of curry powder, 3 salt, 300g of water



1 Peel the potatoes and chop into filaments. Wash and chop the chives.

2 Add 1 teaspoon of cumin, 1 teaspoon of curry powder and 3 grams of salt to the potato shreds.

3 Add flour and mix into a uniform paste.

4 Add some chives to the batter and mix well.

5 Add a teaspoon of oil to the hot pan, spread some batter and shake well. Heat for 3 minutes on medium heat.

6 Turn over and continue heating for 3 minutes until the potato pancakes are golden and ripe.


3.Traditional muffins


100g of low-gluten flour, 1 egg (about 45-50g), 10g of corn oil, 1g of salt, 15g of fine sugar, 5g of baking powder, 105g of milk



1 Place low powder, sugar, baking powder and salt in a cooking bowl.

2 Stir evenly and set aside.

3 Pour the eggs, milk, and oil into a bowl and stir evenly until no oil is visible.

4 Sift the powder into the liquid.

5 Stir evenly with egg . Leave for 10-20 minutes.

6 Place oil in a non-stick pan and wipe it with paper.

7 Scoop up the batter with a spoon and pour it down 20cm above the pot. The batter will flow into a circle automatically. This step is one of the key points for a good-looking muffin.

8 After the batter is poured, turn to low heat and slowly burn it. When you see a lot of bubbles on the surface of the muffin, turn it over. When making the first one, the color may not be controlled well. Tt doesn’t matter, just adjust the time and firepower according to the color of the first pie.

9 Just color the back of the muffin.

10 When making the next muffin, be sure to cool down the pan. Rinse the bottom of the pan with water directly, pour the batter and turn on the fire. This step is the key to even coloring of the muffins

11 After all the muffins are baked, serve them on a plate.

4.Ham quiche


50g of flour, 125g of water, 1 egg, salt, 1 teaspoon of cooked sesame seeds, sliced ​​ham



1 Mix 50 grams of flour and 125 grams of water to form a batter.

2 Heat up the pan with  oil, pour in the batter and spread it into a thin layer with a spatula.

3 Beat an egg on top of the cake, poke the egg yolk with a spatula and spread it out into a circle.

4 Sprinkle some fine salt and some cooked sesame seeds before the egg liquid has coagulated.

5 Turn over and spread ham slices.

6 Fold until the dough turns golden brown, then fold the two sides toward the middle.

7 Cut it from the middle and place it on the plate.

5.Potato and Egg Custard


1 potato, 1 carrot, 1 egg, 50g of flour,  water, 3 shallots, salt



1 Prepare the ingredients. Crushing carrots will produce water so the water should be added. (Don’t add too much)

2 Wash the carrots and potatoes, peel and cut them into small pieces and chopped the green onions.

3 Pour the potatoes, carrots, eggs, flour, and water into the wall breaker/blender/cooking machine and stir

4 After pouring out, add in salt and chopped green onion.

5 Add in oil to a pan, scoop a tablespoon of the batter and fry it over low heat.

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