As you may already know from my previous blog post, I was recently in Thailand for a short holiday. So it’s only fitting that I share with you a dish that is one of the nation’s staples and also mine. Thai Omelette or ‘Kai Jeaw’ as the locals call it – although conceptually similar to the French version, it’s less refined but packed with a lot more zing.
These omelettes are typically stuffed with minced pork or tuna along with excessive amount of oil and processed condiments. So here I am, sharing my non-greasy, gluten free, vegetarian alternative that’s just as appetizing. It’s loaded with both protein and a pungent punch.
Serve it up with a bowl of brown steamed rice, quinoa, aside a delicious dish such as Thai Basil Paneer or even on it’s own if you’re watching your carb intake. Promise it won’t disappoint!