How to make an omelette at last! While egg omelette recipes are not in short supply – inspiration might be. Try this easy Desi (South Asian) omelette, sizzling with irresistible spiciness and chock-full of veggies to create a thick and satisfying family-friendly meal. Indeed, it’s perfect for any time of the day. Pair this omelette with roti (flatbread), potatoes, bread, or even roll in lettuce leaves to create a tasty omelette dish. Here’s how to make it!
This post was sponsored by the American Egg Board’s Egg Nutrition Center. As always, all opinions are my own.
Guess what, cooking an omelette doesn’t have to be intimating. Not to mention, it doesn’t have to take up heaps of time either.
How does 10-15 minutes sound?
Growing up, I watched my mother take pride in cooking from scratch. We weren’t well off, and cooking at home meant we were able to enjoy healthier dishes for less money. For budget-savvy folks, like us, we found eggs to be one of the most affordable sources of high-quality protein. Thankfully, eggs continue to be a relatively inexpensive food item.
Truth be told, I taught our older two (now 16 and 14) how to make an omelette many years ago. Miss R. and Master IK. would be hovering over the stove on their little stools and help with preps. Although they might tell you their favourite part was whisking – I can’t help but think they adored cracking the eggs. It was pure joy, watching