Indian Omelette

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Omelette is part of every cuisine; French makes their own version and so do Greek, Italy, Japan, Iran who has their own version of omelette. I grew up eating Indian version of omelette which has little spices, but full of veggies and eggs. Do you know there are street vendors who sells only omelette to make a living. We love to have omelette at any time of the day, and not only as breakfast dish, but also as brunch or side accompany to lunch or dinner. For making this Indian omelette I used mainly egg white and 2 whole eggs along with veggies, spices like chili powder, turmeric and green chili and pepper.
When Safest Choice Eggs wanted me to create an egg based recipe, I thought of trying their eggs for my favorite omelette dish as it is an everyday dish in my house. I knew that a combination of some veggies and spices would make Safest Choice Egg into a delicious meal. As my 2 year old is happy egg eater, he loves to eat scrambled eggs and omelette; he is ardent fan of anything with eggs. Whereas my 5 year old daughter is cookie and cupcake lover who loves to eat cookie batter as well as cupcake batter, and is fond of licking the remains in the bowl while I am baking a cookie or cupcakes. I always afraid of her eating raw eggs because of salmonella fear. Now I am happy that I found #Safest Choice Eggs, and as they are pasteurized eggs, I can continue let her eating cookie or cake batter containing these eggs.
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Since this Indian omelette is very versatile, you can add any veggies; I used onion, green onion, tomato, green chili and spices. First lightly beat eggs with salt, pepper, red chili powder and turmeric and then add veggies, green chilies and tomato. Mix everything well and cook it in a skillet with 3 teaspoon of oil. Flip once to make sure uniform cooking. You can also add some gram masala if you want.
Here are is the link where you can check the availability of Safest Choice Egg in grocery stores near you. So next time try this omelette, when you thinking of making your regular meal more exciting. As it has good dose of veggies, and also the choice of adding your favorite choice veggies and healthy eggs, it would be a healthy recipe. Give it a try.

Indian Omelette

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 4

Indian Omelette

Delicious omelette made with pasteurized eggs,onion, veggies and spices.

Ingredients

  • 6 Safest Choice Eggs (I used 4 egg whites and 2 whole eggs for this recipe)
  • ½ cup chopped onion
  • 1 tomato chopped (remove the seeds)
  • 4 green onions chopped finely ( use only green part)
  • 1 green chili
  • ½ teaspoon chili powder
  • ¼ teaspoon ground pepper
  • ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt or to taste
  • 3 teaspoon olive oil

Instructions

  1. In a bowl add 4 egg whites and 2 whole egg, chili powder, ground pepper, turmeric powder and salt and lightly beat together.
  2. To this add chopped veggies and mix once again.
  3. In a skillet add olive oil and when it starts to heat add egg mixture to it.
  4. Cook until you can able to flip about 3 minutes and then flip the other side and cook for about 2 minutes.
  5. Transfer to serving plate you can enjoy as such or with some fresh avocado.

Notes

Copyright ©2014 Zesty South Indian Kitchen by Swathi(Ambujom Saraswathy) All Rights Reserved

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  1. says

    I love omelettes, and I didn’t know your recipe which is very tempting. In Spain we’ll have the Spanish omelette and is delicious. You remind me that I don’t have it in my site, but I published a recipe using the oven and the microwaves. The original recipe is frying the potatoes with olive oil and cooking the omelette in a pan as you’ve done. Hope you like it.
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  2. says

    Now that is a hardy breakfast! Your omelet looks delicious and is making me hungry. I definitely understand the benefits of pasteurized eggs, especially for those of us who love cookie dough, :), but I would be hard pressed to give up the fresh, free range, organic eggs that I get from a friend in the valley. :). Good post Swathi.

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