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Omelet curry

Egg is such a versatile ingredient. Boil it, fry it, pouch it or mix it with something else to make something really delicious. Here is one more recipe that will let you add more taste, calcium and protein to your diet :)


for omelet
Egg: 4
Slat: as per taste
Green Chilli: 2 finely chopped
Coriander Leaves: 1 tsp finely chopped
Red Chilli Powder: 1/2 tsp
Corn Flour: 1/2 tsp
Oil: 1 tsp

For the Curry:
Onion: 1 medium finely chopped
Garlic: 4 cloves
Ginger: 1/2 inch
Green Chilli: 1-2 (adjust as per taste)
Tomato : 1 medium Finely Chopped
Coriander POwder: 1 tsp
Turmeric: 1 tsp
Red Chilli Powder: 1/2 tsp (adjust as per taste)
Salt: as per taste
Oil : 2 tsp


In a bowl beat the eggs properly.
Add all the ingredients for the omelet and mix well.
Heat a omelet pan add half of the oil and let it warm up.
Once the oil is hot add the half of the beaten egg mix.
To get the omelet pieces please follow the steps in the video I was not sure how to explain :)

Repeat with rest of the mix and the eggs are done.
In a heavy bottom pan heat 2 tsp of oil.
Make a fine paste of ginger garlic and green chilli.
Add the chopped onions and a pinch of salt. Cook till the onion turns golden.
Add red chilli powder to it and cook till the raw smell is gone.
Add the ginger garlic and green chilli paste, finely chopped tomatoes, salt to taste turmeric powder and coriander powder. Mix nicely
Cover and cook till the tomatoes are mushy.
Remove the lid and keep cooking the masala till the raw smell is gone and oil oozes out.
Add 1 1/2 cups of water and bring it to a boil
Add the omelet pieces to the boiling gravy. 
Simmer down and cook with the lid for 4-5 mins.
Remove the lid and till desired consistency is achieved.

Garnish with coriander leaves and serve for with steamed rice.

Do try this out and let me know how it turned out

Till then Happy Blogging


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