Khaifu Sai Ahahn Farang Paeng (Omelettes)
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Khaifu Sai Ahahn Farang Paeng (Omelettes)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:57:25 AM. Recipe ID 19951. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Khaifu sai ahahn farang paeng (omelettes)
 Categories: Snacks, Omelettes, Eggs, Thai, Colonel
      Yield: 1 Servings
      1 ea Tin of Spam
      1 ea Tin of corned beef
      1 tb Of fish sauce
      1 tb Of sweet soy
      1 tb Of prik phom (powdered red
      1 tb Of garlic
      1 tb Of ginger
      1 tb Of shallots
      1 ts Of red prik chi fa
      1 tb Of green prik chi fa
  The title of this snack is my Sister-in-Law's idea of a joke in Thai
  it means "an omelette made from expensive foreign food" the expensive
  food in question being Spam and corned beef. These are, however,
  grossly expensive in Thailand costing several dollars a can (this
  meal would cost a laborer several days wages).
        3    duck eggs
        3    teaspoons of fish sauce
  METHOD: Take a medium tin of corned beef and break it up with a fork.
  Take a similar sized tin of Spam, and cut it into small dice.
  Combine. This should give you about a cup of meat. Add 1 tablespoon
  of fish sauce, and 1 tablespoon of dark sweet soy, and stir in 1
  tablespoon of prik phom (ground red chilies). Leave to marinade for
  about an hour. Beat 3 duck eggs, with three teaspoons of fish sauce.
  Now in a wok saute 1 tablespoon of garlic, 1 tablespoon of ground
  ginger, and 1 tablespoon of shallots (purple onions). Add the
  marinated meat, and stir fry until the meat begins to turn brown. Add
  1 tablespoon of chopped red and 1 tablespoon of chopped green prik
  chi fa (Thai jalapenos) Stir the meat mix, to amalgamate the
  ingredients and if desired, add freshly cracked black pepper to
  taste. In a 10-inch omelette pan, fry half the egg mix. When it is
  set on the pan side, spoon half the meat mix neatly into the center
  in a rectangular shape, and fold the edges of the omelette over the
  meat to form a parcel. Flip it over and fry until sealed and the egg
  is cooked through. Similarly cook the other half of the mixture. Cut
  each omelette in two, and serve with other snack foods (such as pad
  Thai, pad mi Korat, som tam). From: "Colonel I. F. K. Philpott"
   Colonel Ian F. Khuntilanont-Philpott

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Recipe ID 19951 (Apr 03, 2005)

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