December 16, 2005

Stuffed omelette

Eggs are our most favorite breakfast dish. We have already written few posts on eggs and recipes. You may want to read those here - drumstick leaves fried with eggs, egg flip (energy drink), egg omelette, poached eggs, scrampled eggs with tomatoes, spicy egg masala, and spicy egg toast. Use the freshest eggs available whenever possible; they taste better.

Here is our yet another breakfast dish - stuffed omelette. We used minced meat at this time. You may use any vegetables available with you handy as filling in stead of minced meat viz., potatoes, carrots, radish, beetroots, greens, french beans, etc., just to name a few.

Bringing the ingredients together...

Stuffed omelette recipe
Serves – 4
Preparation time - 20 minutes

Eggs – 4
Minced meat – 1 cup, cooked with a pinch of turmeric powder, ¼ teaspon black pepper powder, and ¼ teaspoon salt
Salt – ½ teaspoon
Black pepper powder – 1 teaspoon
Onions – 2, medium size, finely chopped
Green chilli – 2, medium size, finely chopped (optional)
Oil+ghee – 1+1 teaspoons

Method: Beat the eggs well and add the salt and pepper. Saute the onions in one teaspoon oil/ghee mix till limp and add it to the beaten eggs. Heat a fry pan over moderate heat and grease it lightly. When hot, pour in half portion of the egg batter and spread to a thin round like a dosai or pancake. Sprinkle and spread half portion of the minced meat all over the round and cook over low heat till the eggs set. With a sharp-edged spoon, turn over the egg to a semicircle. Seal the edges with a little egg batter. Pour some ghee around the edges and cook until golden brown here and there on both sides. Cut it with a sharp knife into rectangular pieces and serve hot. It goes well with a cup of masala tea. Enjoy!


Blogger Faffer said...

Yum yum that looks really good!

Blogger vkn said...

Tx Faffer. Have you tasted any omelettes stuffed this way before? :-)

Blogger Faffer said...

No VKN, I haven't. I've just eaten the ones filled with veggies - mushrooms and bell peppers, and other variations thereof.

Blogger Sury said...

Just too hard to resist...Glorious image, VKN!

Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow this looks yum! i think ill try it out this weekend for brekkie
nice idea from OZ

Anonymous ASHA NAIR said...

It looks and taste very good. All your recipies are good. I just luckily got this blog. I have tried some non-veg recipies. All are fantastic.



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