Cook Filipino Style Ground Pork Omelet
Edited by sheryl hernandez, Liezel, Eng, Nuance and 1 other
Every day, one of our meals includes an omelette. Some cannot start their day without eating an omelette. Well we can't blame them, because we all agree that omelettes are one tasty and healthy dish. The omelette I'm going to present to you is easy to prepare and budget friendly. I can recommend this to all parents out there. It's very hard for parents like me to encourage our children to eat vegetables, but with this dish, I can assure you that your children are going to love eating vegetables. Hope you try this at home. Enjoy and happy eating!
Below, you will find out how easy it is to cook a Filipino style ground pork meat omelette. Eggs are bursting with protein, and are an excellent, and inexpensive food source. Depending on the vegetables you add, this can end up being the healthiest meal of your children's day. Once you have the basic instructions, feel free to add or take away ingredients, depending on what's available, and to suit the tastes of everyone in your household.
Ingredients for our ground pork mixture:
- 100 grams ground pork
- 1 medium size potato, cut into small cubes
- 1 medium size carrot, cut into small cubes
- 1 medium size bell pepper, cut into small cubes
- ¼ cup green peas
- ¼ kilo or (0.6lbs) sausage, cut into small rounds
- 2 cloves of garlic, minced
- 1 medium size onion, minced
- 2 tablespoons fish sauce
- 1 spoonful of ground peppercorn
- 1 tablespoon of cornstarch for slurry
- 1 cup of water
- 5 tablespoons of cooking oil
- 5 eggs
- 1 to 2 tablespoons butter
- 1Heat the pan with the 5 tablespoons cooking oilAdvertisement
- 2Add the minced garlic and the minced onion; wait for the onion to caramelizeAdvertisement
- 3You can now add the 2 tablespoons of fish sauce, and the ground pork. Put half of the water into the mixture. Cover the pan; simmer for 20 to 30 minutes.
- 4Check the pork to see if it is cooked through - no pink. If the pork is done, you can now add all the vegetables.
- 5Add the remaining water to the pan, stir the mixture. Cover the pan, and simmer again for 10 to 20 minutes.
- 6Now you may add the sausage and the green peas. Put also the ground peppercorn.
- 7In a small bowl mix the cornstarch together with water. Mix it thoroughly to avoid lumps.
- 8You may now add the slurry into the pan, but make sure while adding the slurry continue stirring. If the consistency of the sauce is thick, you can now turn the fire off, and set the pan aside. Wait for it to cool down before proceeding to the next step.
- 9If the ground pork mixture has cooled down, we can now start making our omelette.
- 10Beat the 5 eggs into a large bowl. Add a little salt and a pinch of ground pepper.
- 11Add 3 to 4 tablespoons of the ground pork mixture into the beaten eggs.
- 12Mix it well.
- 13Heat the pan in a low fire. Put butter into the pan, just to coat the pan.
- 14You can now add the beaten egg mixture. It is up to you if you want a whole omelette, or just simple scrambled omelette.
- 15Wait for the omelette to turn brown. It's the sign that it is cooked. Serve it with steamed rice or toast, or just the omelette itself.
- 16This will serve four.
Tips and Suggestions
- To deal with messing flipping of omelettes, try this great trick. Set your oven on broil before you start to cook the omelette. If it's a conventional oven, rather than a gas stove, you'll want to give it time to heat up. This ONLY works with a frying pan that can go into the oven - like a cast iron pan. When the bottom of the omelette is nice and brown, pop it in the oven for about two minutes, and you'll have a perfect omelette every time.
I hope you will like the omelette. Enjoy everyone! Happy eating!
Categories : Cooking
Recent edits by: Nuance, Eng, Liezel