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How to make the ultimate Indian Masala Omelette

This is your basic omelette all jazzed up for the days when you want something different.

Written by Ashima Goyal Siraj | Angola | Updated: June 12, 2016 8:09:53 pm
Indian masala omelette sandwich_759_MyWeekendKitchen Just a few additional ingredients can transform your basic omelette that’s still super easy to make. (Source: Myweekendkitchen.in)

This is the Indian take on the basic omelette, spiced up and complete with tempering of cumin and chillies. With a little green chutney and ketchup, the Indian masala omelette makes for a great sandwich filling as well. In fact, the late night road side food joints in India are famous for this indigenous “omelette sandwich”.

Ingredients
2 – Large eggs
1 knob – Butter
1/2 tsp – Cumin
Salt – To taste
Red chilli flakes – To taste
1 tbsp – Milk
1/4 cup – Onion, chopped
1 – Green chilli, chopped

For the omelette sandwich
4 slices – Wholewheat bread
2 – Cheddar cheese slices
2 tbsp – Tomato ketchup
2 tbsp – Green chutney

Indian masala omelette sandwich LR

Method
* Place a pan over low heat and let it get hot.
* Crack the eggs into a small bowl. Add in all the spices and a tbsp of milk. I always add a little milk to my eggs, it make the omelette fluffier and also takes away the smell.
* Beat well with a fork.
* Once the pan is hot, add the butter.
* When the butter has melted, add the cumin seeds. Add onions, and chillies. Fry and toss them around for about 1 minute.
* Now add the beaten eggs. As soon as you put the eggs in, stir them quickly with the spatula.
* This is a flip-over omelette where there is no soft, runny centre. When the omelette firms up from bottom, ease the sides with a spatula and flip over. Cook the other side until it is golden brown.
* Remove from heat and slide over a serving plate.
* To make the omelette sandwich, cut the omelette in quarters.
* Take two bread slices and spread tomato ketchup on one and green chutney on another.
* Put two omelette quarters on of the slices. Top with cheese slice and close with the second bread slice.
* Lightly cook on both side on the same pan used for making the omelette.
* Remove on a serving plate, cut into two triangles and serve hot.

Food is never just food. I believe it’s story telling, it’s conversation. It brings people together and it speaks a universal language! I love to play around in my kitchen. The thrill of being able to create something new and sharing it with others is what fuels my passion for cooking. The fact that dear husband is a foodie and an honest critique helps! I blog about my adventures in the kitchen at www.myweekendkitchen.in.

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