foo yong

Related to foo yong: egg fu yung

foo yong

(ˈfuː ˈjɒŋ) ,

foo yoong

,

foo yung

or

fu yung

n
(Cookery) a Chinese dish made of eggs mixed with chicken, crab meat, etc, and cooked like an omelette
[from Chinese fu yung hibiscus]
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