Stuffed Omelette With Pork
Kai Yat Sai Moo
Jules’s Blurb: I love this one, it is a meal in itself but we generally have it with a spicy curry and the omelette is shared as an extra with all at the table, to avoid the fight for the last pieces we over fill it.
It’s also great to have a tasty light (or spicy) soup with it.
How to Make Pork Stuffed Omelette
Menu for two people
200g Pork Chopped (or minced/ground)
1/2 cup Onion (chopped)
1/2 Cup bell pepper (chopped)
2 Spring Onions
2 Cloves Garlic
1 tbs Fish Sauce
2tbs Oyster Sauce
1 tbs Thai Seasoning Sauce
1/2ts Pepper (freshly ground black is best)
1/2 Cup Oil
Chop or mince the pork, we chop lean pork, it gives a better texture and no fat
See how to make pork mince Thai style video tutorial
Cut, slice and chop onion, tomato, peppers mix together,
Chop spring onions into small logs (keep separate)
How to make the Filling:
Medium/high heat a wok containing the 2tbs of oil
Add garlic stir 10 seconds, starts to go golden, then add chopped pork stir until pork turns white and forms small balls, couple minutes at most
Then add onion, tomato, peppers, mix in and then…
Add the fish sauce, sugar, oyster sauce, stir fry for about 2 minutes and taste test, make adjustments if needed
When you’re happy with the flavour, add spring onions, stir 3-5 times and turn off heat
Prepare the Omelette:
You can start before the filling is finished if you’re reasonably competent in the kitchen
Beat eggs in a bowl and mix in the seasoning sauce
Put 1/2 the remaining oil in a pan and heat until it almost smokes before pouring the beaten eggs in for 1-2 minutes see video
Lift the edge to check colour, when you’re happy flip it over and repeat until done, you can turn it a couple of time to ensure an even colour both sides if you prefer
Lay it on a plate, cover half the omelette with the filling, sprinkle on the pepper and fold over to cover
Done! You just learned how to make a Thai Stuffed Omelette
This is sweet and savoury, you can serve on its own with Jasmine rice and tomato and chilli sauce on the side and some salad or……
This omelette recipe is most used as a support dish as part of a Thai meal to accompany something spicy. Here are a couple of suggestions for you. While you have the pork out, try our Pork Red Curry or maybe something rich and spicy like Dry Chicken Red Curry it’s not dry like the name implies, that’s just the translation from Thai. Another great dish to go with this is Tom Kaa Gai – (Chicken Coconut Soup) spicy, sweet and sour. Fancy something meatier? Try our BBQ Spare Ribs or another great curry try our Chicken Yellow Curry
Khwanjai’s Top Tips:
They’re all in the video, pay attention class!!!
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Marvellous this, I always love it, a great filling for an omelette and a great accompaniment to any Thai meal because it’s sweet and savoury, so goes with spicy dishes and delicate flavoured soups, salads, why not try a bit of spicy tomato sauce with it.
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