Thai spicy ham omelette
( MAKES 1 )
While French omelettes are supposed to be light-brown and soft and creamy, Thai omelettes are supposed to be fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside hence lots of hot oil.
- In a small bowl combine the lime juice, fish sauce, cornflour and water. Using a fork mix together then add to the lightly beaten eggs with the coriander, chilli, diced ham and a pinch of salt.
- Heat the canola oil in an omelette pan on a medium – high heat until lightly smoking then immediately and carefully pour in the omelette mix. Do not disturb until lightly browned then flip and cook the other side. About 1 – 2 minutes. Drain off any excess oil.
- Garnish with the extra coriander and serve with Sriracha sauce
See Simon's other Thai style recipe