Monday, February 25, 2008

Caramelized Pork with Spaghetti Omelet

When I read BBO's pasta challenge, I knew I had to find time out of the crazy geek's schedule contest. (hahaha macam election pulak ;p) The challenge is (the challenge is still on going, quick, you still have time to submit your entries!) to make something fusion with spaghetti, San Remo's to be specific.

Anyway, after thinking of the challenge on the LRT to and from work for the whole week, I finally decided on the recipe. I had no name for this thing.., but I ended up with Caramelized Pork with Spaghetti Omelet aka Pork Dessert.

There is two parts to this "dessert". It's not a dessert actually, just looks like one when it's all stacked up. The Spaghetti Omelet, and the Caramelized Pork.

Ingredients for the Spaghetti Omelet
- 1 portion of spaghetti
- 3 finely diced olives
- 3 cloves of finely diced garlic
- 1 finely diced shallots
- 1/2 tsp ground black pepper
- 5 cm of waxed Chinese sausages
- pinches of salt
- 4 eggs

1. Cook spaghetti until soft. Drain the water. Put aside.
2. In a pan, heat finely diced waxed Chinese sausages until they pop. (They tend to jump and pop around the pan because of the lard in the sausages) Leave aside.
3. In the same pan, heat olive oil and stir the garlic, shallots and black olives until fragrant. Add the waxed Chinese sausages.

4. Add spaghetti. Fry until spaghetti dries up and fragrant.

5. Remove from heat and cut them up to the length of approximately 3cm.
6. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs until foamy.

7. In a pan, (you can still reuse the same pan, no need for oil because the pan will already be oily enough) make the egg omelet. Sprinkle the spaghetti mix on the egg before it cooks. Flip. Put aside to cool and repeat the next omelet until you use up all the ingredients.

Ingredients for the Caramelized Pork
- 1kg of pork. Get the streaky part of the pork.
- 3 flat tbs of white granulated sugar.
- 1 tsp of pepper
- 1 tbs of soya sauce

1. Wash and separate the skin from the pork. Keep the fats intact with the meat.
2. Cut the meat about 1.5cm apart.
3. Marinate the meat for at least 2 hours with sugar, pepper and soya sauce.

To cook;
1. Separate the pork meat and the juice.
2. Heat up your wok, stir fry the pork meat in mid-low fire. Keep stirring as the pork will brown and burn fast. The key is to keep the meat not too brown but cooked on the inside.
3. Turn up the heat when you get the meat brown and sticky. Pour in the juice.
4. Stir and remove from heat when the juice boils.

To assemble, lay the caramelized pork on each later of spaghetti omelet. Make sure the sauce from the caramelized pork goes on to each layer as you stack. You won't want the first layer to be juicy and the top layer a dry omelet.

There you have it, Caramelized Pork with Spaghetti Omelet. I hope the judge and his guests enjoyed this.

Ps, If you think this is all too weird and not worth the effort, just do the Caramelized Pork. Goes well with rice or porridge, or even plain white bread.

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It does sound a bit weird to use pork as a dessert. Is it sweet like in satay, or sweet like in char siu pau? Visually, it looks great though.

Big Boys Oven

Walio! I really enjoyed this entry, so well planned, creative and delicious. Looks so fine dining! Great presentation and well executed! well done!


It was really lovely....lovely presentation as well. This is truly the dream "dessert"g for a pork lover!


it's very creative and very delicious..especially the pork..Yummy !!!

Well done girl !!!

beachlover really go for it!! Good Luck!!.Like your creavity and cool idea!!.I wish you get the prize!!

Precious Pea

Wuahahah!! Very creative. I will surely vote for you!


that is creative and u r right..the pork really looks good.

Ling's Passion

This is really creative and I luv the pork.


A savoury dessert? Pasta in Omelet form? All stacked up ala professional chefs? Wowzers is all I can say.

Syabas! Inilah baru Malaysia Boleh! (As in Malaysia Boleh Masak dan Makan! Hehehe.)


I can taste the sweetness of the juicy pork from ur photo :)

Nic (KHKL)

really reminds me of pancakes layered with strawberries...this savoury junkie (literally) thought it tasted good. perhaps minced pork will make the cutting easier.


Can teach me how to eat this?

So, do i serve this lastly or as main meal?


hazza: LOL! its not really a dessert, can be eaten as a main. Sweet like char siew pau.

BBO: Do I still need to email you the details? I'll leave a comment at your page yah.

wmw: ill make the pork only next time.. the whole omelet action gave me a headache.

ekeng: thanks tai kor!

beachlover : thanks, i was looking for a pot like that too

precious pea: hehe no voting required. BBO is judging I think.

daphne: hey should give it a try. Ingredients are easily found in any supermarket.

ling: Glad you liked it.

kenny: hahaha actually, malaysians memang boleh makan ;p

mimi: You got to try the pork recipe... i think it will work nicely with chicken too

nic: LOL I need something to help me hold the whole thing in one piece when I cut.

hijackqueen: Serve it as main. I cut them into quarters and had them layer by layer.


This is sooooo goood! Eh, seriously, I think you'll win this contest. Just look at BigBoysOven's comment. haha! New pot to your kitchen!:D


You're really an innovative cook!


i saw this on lianne's blog too! gosh it looks reli nice! i applaude ur efforts man!


this was one good stuff! glad you share it with us.. and the recipe as well!! ;)


hey.. i think it would taste good with rice burger...... MOS style *hungry*

team bsg

truth be told , that is the first time we see pork sitting ( or issit drowned ) on spahgetti !

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Damn, would love to put all those in between two burger buns and wallop all in!! *slurp*


kok: must see how lo. today last day already. must wait for tomorrow until i find out.

jason: hahaha my brains seem to work better when i think of all this weird stuff hehe

jun: thanks babe!

christine: i'll be waiting for your springroll recipe! i love the belacan!

Anonymous: ahhhhhhhhh thanks for the idea. A chunkier sloppy joe?

BSG: apa la.. got judging fee some more one ah

tankiasu: no need burger la.. the omelete can act as the bun ;p

ai wei

sobzzz. i missed out ur creation!!! cannot d, next time must really spare time to go!!! there were many nice food in the pot lucK!


Hi, I was about to get my colleague to send the prize to you and Sidney send me your URL on the pasta dish you've created. Interesting and thanks for joining the contest. I will print out the recipe and try it out one day.

Wow you got a very interesting nice food blog.Will visit you more often.


ai wei: haven seen you for sometime. got to meet soon yah

suesue: =) glad you found it interesting

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