All my life growing up we would often have Thai Omelets. Dad would make them on a Saturday or Sunday morning and sometimes for dinner. It's a family favorite and one that the in-laws - my brother in-law and two sister-in-laws - have learned to love. It seems strange at first because of the ingredients, but it's healthy and very flavorful. The fresh veggies, although an odd combination, are very good together and you will want it again after you've tried it once. I can almost guarantee you this one isn't out there on the web. It's a one of a kind and very delicious. A MUST try!
2 TBS. Oil in HOT pan
2 tsp. Minced Garlic
2 tsp. Minced Ginger
2 Tbs. Maggi Seasoning (found at oriental market)
1 C. Onion
1 C. Tomato
1 C. Cucumber
1 C. Green Beans (Fresh)
1 ¾ C. Bean Sprouts (thoroughly rinsed)
Cook until steamed and tender set aside in a strainer to add to omelets.
2-3 eggs will be used for each omelet.
Serve over steamed rice with soy sauce and red sauce.
1 small can tomato paste
1 clove garlic, minced
2 Tbs. brown sugar
Dash of salt & pepper
A pinch of white pepper - optional
1 Tbs. Rogers Syrup (From Canada) (Kero Syrup would work too)
1 Tbs. Fish Sauce
Add a few squirts of store bought Spring Roll Sauce for spice
Bled together with a hand held blender.
We also have Thai fruit drinks with our Thai Omlets. They are now considered "Smoothies" but I've been drinking Thai fruit drinks since I was old enough to hold a glass. This one consisted of banana, orange, mango and ice.