Beat eggs with salt; add stock and strain into a deep dish; steam over low heat until cooked
Cook clams in one and a quarter cups of water. Extract the meat and reserve the liquid
Heat 1 tbsp of oil and saute spring onion and ginger until fragrant, add wine and clams liquid, bring to a boil. Discard spring onion and ginger
Add oyster sauce, salt and pepper, then thicken with potato starch mixture. add clams and bring to a boil. Pour over steamed eggs. Scatter over fried shallots to enhance the flavor.
- When buying clams, never select a clam that is chipped or broken and do not choose a clam that is open. Fresh live clams should be tightly closed.
- Cover a sheet of cling wrap on the dish for smooth steamed eggs.
Good Chinese grocery store in the suburbs. Things are much more expensive than Chinatown but the convenience and selections made it work. Good produce and fish section. Nice bakery and decent hot food. The Chinese barbecue meats are good, although the server there can be standoffish sometimes.
If you enjoy eating & cooking Asian food this is the market to shop at. They have a great fresh bakery, butcher & fish department. The fruits & veggies are fresh & not overpriced. My wife is Asian so we shop here all the time. Definitely worth trying for a reasonably priced home made dinner. They also have an area of cooked Asian food that you can take out if you're feeling lazy or your single & not into cooking.