Thursday, April 4, 2013

Stuffed Omlette

I believe this is the first thing I ever cooked. It worked like "Red Bull" for me, giving me wings to explore the arena of cooking and ever since there has been no looking back. This one has been an all time favourite among almost everyone I know and the recipe has been shared time and again, so here I am continuing the tradition for the evergreen recipe of a delectable omlette.

The below mentioned ingredient sizes suffice for one omlette.

The Magic Makers
Eggs                                         2
Ginger-Garlic Paste                1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder                    1/4tsp
Black Pepper Powder             1/8 tsp
Salt                                          to taste
Turmeric Powder                  1/8 tsp
Finely Chopped Onion          1/2 a medium sized onion
Boneless Chicken                   1 small piece
Oil                                          1 tbsp
Butter                                    1 cube
Coriander Leaves                 1tsp

The Prestige
Heat Oil in a pan and fry onions till soft. Add ginger garlic paste and saute till the raw smell is gone. Now add the dry spices and mix well.. Now shred the chicken and add to the pan. I used the chicken left over from a curry. You can also use fresh chicken by boiling it with salt. Add coriander leaves. Saute for a minute and remove.
Break 2 eggs into a bowl and beat along with the chicken mix.
Heat Butter in a pan and add the egg mix spreading it evenly. Cook covered on low heat. When it starts to brown flip the omlette to the other side and cook covered till done. And Ta-da.....

Tip:  Whenever you cook with butter, add a few drops of oil to the heating utensil, else the butter burns.

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