June 24, 2006

Masala Omelette on Weekend

Weekends have always been big in our house. My mom was off from her school, my dad would go late to work and we could sleep in. I would always get up and see my mom making something special... masala omelette, poha, uttapam, parathas.

Almost instictively we follow the same thing. We get up late and make something hearty and filling... idlis, pancakes, and ofcourse masala omelettes.

I made it this morning and enjoyed it with a cup of hot chai. Here is the recipe.

Ingredients: (for 2 people)
4 Eggs
1 small Onion (thinly sliced)
1 small Tomato (thinly sliced)
1-2 green Chilli (thinkly sliced)
1-2 springs of Cilantro (thinly sliced)
2-3 TBspoon Milk
1 Tspoon Oil
Salt and Pepper to Taste

Break the eggs in a bowl and add the milk, salt and pepper. Mix it together.

Add the onion, tomato, chilli and cilantro with the eggs and beat it well.

Meanwhile heat a pan with oil and add the eggs.

Cook till the egg becomes firm. Flip it and cook till it turns golden brown.

Serve it hot with toast, and chai/coffee/orange juice.

1 comment:

  1. poppy Dey5:23 PM

    This is good. Usually Bengali omelette is made like this and it tastes better when we used to have duck eggs rather than chicken eggs and we used to have very small pieces of chopped ginger instead of tomatoes. I will try tomatoes but it tastes nice if you put ginger pieces. One teaspoon per egg.


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