Thai Omelets, just like omelets everywhere, can include an almost unlimited variety of ingredient combinations. This version, known as Kai Jeow Moo Sap, is made with just egg, ground pork, soy sauce, and fish sauce. The meat is cooked inside the egg, so a lot of juices come out and mix in, making the omelet very tasty and juicy. What sets a Thai Omelet apart from omelets found in western cuisines, is the way they are cooked. In Thailand we use a lot of oil, so that the omelet is practically "deep-fried".