Having incorporated Just Scramble in their teriyaki bowl and all-day breakfast, Green Common has now perfected the way to serve vegan eggs.
Vegan food is so diverse and delicious, you can find the creamiest risotto at Mirror & Vegan Concept, the most flavourful Tom Yum soup at Loving Hut and delicious raw food by The Raw Circus. And if you’re one of those who really miss eggs since going vegan, then get excited for this! Having debuted their phenomenal vegan product Just Scramble in San Francisco, food technology company JUST (formerly known as Hampton Creek) is now collaborating with Green Common to present this magical plant-based scrambled egg in Hong Kong.
We tried Just Scramble teriyaki bowl at Green Common
Expect the dishes on offer at Green Common made with Just Scramble to change regularly, but we tried two, the first being the Teriyaki Bowl. On top, there is the Just Scramble scrambled egg that is cooked evenly and beautifully, drizzled with teriyaki sauce. Even though it doesn’t taste exactly as savoury as a real egg (as it’s made of mung bean), it still delivers an eggy-like flavour and a wonderful fluffy texture that resembles a real egg. As a long-term vegan, I’m pretty blown away by this incredible cholesterol and antibiotics-free product.
Underneath the scrambled egg is a warm bed of red rice and a generous amount of sauteed vegetables, including broccoli, carrot, roasted eggplant and shiitake mushrooms. The toppings are very well seasoned and have a gentle smokiness. It’s very satiating and it’s becoming my favourite item on the menu of Green Common.
All Day Just Scramble
For the all day breakfast, the scrambled egg is topped with black truffle pâté which gives it a very rich and aromatic flavour. On the side, there are baked beans and fresh avocado for you to spread on your toast, which can be switched to hash browns upon request. For me, this plate is not as satisfying as the huge teriyaki bowl, yet it still serves as a nice alternative all day breakfast for vegans. And the scrambled egg with black truffle pâté smells amazing, definitely worth a try!
Vegan Curried Fish Ball, King Oyster Mushroom and Radish
We also got the chance to try one of the signature dishes at Green Common, which is the curried fish ball set. Having incorporated homemade curry sauce with plant-based fish ball, mushroom and Chinese radish, they successfully deliver a vegan version of this traditional Cantonese street food. It’s spicy and flavourful. And it’s a good fix for vegans and vegetarians who want to take a trip down memory lane.
Green Common has branches across Hong Kong.