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Belly Pork, Sticky Rice & Thai Style Omelette

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Belly Pork, Sticky Rice & Thai Style Omelette

Sticky rice, pork belly and Thai omelette ready to eat

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We served this with sticky rice, simply because the kids love it and its so easy to make. Search for the recipe on here. Pork - £1.95 | Sticky Rice - 80p | 3 eggs - 25p | All the sauces and marinade bits - 30p all together.

Sticky rice, pork belly and Thai omelette ready to eat

Yields6 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time35 minsTotal Time45 mins

 1 kg Pork Belly
 3 Eggs
 3 tbsp Soy Sauce
 1 tbsp Fish Sauce
 2 tbsp BBQ Sauce
 1 tbsp Clear Honey
 2 tbsp Ketchup
 0.50 tbsp Sugar
 1 pinch Salt & Pepper

1

For the marinade. I grabbed a bowl and fork. I squirted a large dollop of shop brand BBQ sauce, a big splash of soy sauce, about a table spoon of honey and a little dollop of tomato ketchup and then mixed together. I placed one pack of the belly pork into a small roasting tray and pored the marinade over and left it for half an hour or so. The other pack I seasoned with salt and pepper and a small amount of oil. I then chucked them in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 35 minutes. Once cooked I cut them into small bite size bits and served on separate plates for the kids to help themselves. I poured the BBQ sauce into a bowl to be used as a dipping sauce.

soy, honey and bbq sauce in a bowl

2

For the omelette son number two mixed three eggs with a big splash of soy sauce together with a small splash of fish sauce, teaspoon of sugar and a finally chopped shallot he found in the fridge (spring onion works well.

He then pours half the amount into a hot frying pan with a splash of oil and fried each side of the omelette until golden brown. With the other half he added some fresh chili and chili flakes and did the same.

Just for reference there was enough pork and rice left for a pack lunch or two for tomorrow and enough pork after that for another meal! So that will be frozen until needed.

pork belly in roasting dish

Ingredients

 1 kg Pork Belly
 3 Eggs
 3 tbsp Soy Sauce
 1 tbsp Fish Sauce
 2 tbsp BBQ Sauce
 1 tbsp Clear Honey
 2 tbsp Ketchup
 0.50 tbsp Sugar
 1 pinch Salt & Pepper

Directions

1

For the marinade. I grabbed a bowl and fork. I squirted a large dollop of shop brand BBQ sauce, a big splash of soy sauce, about a table spoon of honey and a little dollop of tomato ketchup and then mixed together. I placed one pack of the belly pork into a small roasting tray and pored the marinade over and left it for half an hour or so. The other pack I seasoned with salt and pepper and a small amount of oil. I then chucked them in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 35 minutes. Once cooked I cut them into small bite size bits and served on separate plates for the kids to help themselves. I poured the BBQ sauce into a bowl to be used as a dipping sauce.

soy, honey and bbq sauce in a bowl

2

For the omelette son number two mixed three eggs with a big splash of soy sauce together with a small splash of fish sauce, teaspoon of sugar and a finally chopped shallot he found in the fridge (spring onion works well.

He then pours half the amount into a hot frying pan with a splash of oil and fried each side of the omelette until golden brown. With the other half he added some fresh chili and chili flakes and did the same.

Just for reference there was enough pork and rice left for a pack lunch or two for tomorrow and enough pork after that for another meal! So that will be frozen until needed.

pork belly in roasting dish

Belly Pork, Sticky Rice & Thai Style Omelette

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