Indian Masala Omelette

Most simple recipes are the most difficult ones to execute. My family loves eggs. Egg recipes appear simple but not every one can cook eggs to perfection. The gourmet breakfast places are busy for a reason,don’t you think? (btw,totally in need to nominations for a great breakfast place where they serve good stuff-so suggestions welcome:)!

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Rohan, my husband likes it boiled or when it’s made into a thin crêpe like with hint of green chilis and onions.  Those thin crepes are tough to execute and my husband does a great job with that. Son likes fancy stuff with cheese, peppers and dill! Don’t even think of asking him why?! He is a big fan of Chopped and Cutthroat kitchen!

I prefer a thick Indian Masala Omelette that my Aai makes. It’s simple and totally inspired by the Iranian Omelette served in Iranian Cafés along with exotic Tea in Bombay or Pune in India. My father hailed from Pune and hence my mother was introduced to that style of thick omelettes.

It’s breakfast for most of us but to me it’s BLD J. Keeping it short with yapping and sharing the version His Highness Udeet (my son :P) and I both approved. Obviously, it’s far from my mother’s though Udeet enjoyed it!

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Ingredients: (for 1 and half people :P)

  • 3 eggs
  • 1 red onion finely chopped.
  • 1/8th cup chopped green capsicum.
  • 1/8th cup bell peppers (red and yellow).
  • 1 stalk of green onion finely chopped.
  • Salt to taste.
  • Olive oil-about 2 tbsps.
  • ½ cup cilantro finely chopped.
  • 1 tsp. ginger finely chopped.
  • 1/4th cup milk.
  • 2 tsps.cheese- my son wanted it because he wanted to make the recipe.could not say no to those tender little hands wanting to cook!
  • 1 tsp black pepper or ½ jalapeno finely chopped.
  • 2 tsps. turmeric powder. (Remember 100 foot journey: the movie?here’s the video).

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  • Beat the eggs with a whisk. Add milk and whish again.(Milk makes the crepes lighter and tasty-Aai’s tip J)
  • Add all the veggies in it along with cilantro, salt and turmeric.
  • Mix gently with the whisk-almost like folding it.

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  • Heat a pan, add oil and pour the batter over the pan.
  • Allow it to cook for 2-3 minutes until the edges start to leave the pan.
  • Slowly flip it with a spatula and pray it does not break. (Mine did not break this time while flipping. It broke when I was setting it on the plate :P. But, I don’t’ care for the shape J-Do ya?)
  • Cook it for 1-2 minutes and its done. The colour of the crust would be brown-golden. It’s the heavenly crust with very little oil or butter and loaded with veggies.

I have used eggs with the yolk but you can make the same without the yolk as well.I don’t favour total elimination of egg yolks. But,its a personal choice.

Eat, sleep and rejoice! Eh Bien,Bon appétite!


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