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How To Make Delicious Omelette - Quick and Easy Indian Omelette Recipe Online

Updated on December 10, 2013

If you are wondering how to make omelette the quick and easy way then you have landed on the right for the solution.

Omelet recipes tend to be very simple to make if you have the right ingredients to come up with the best tasting omelettes. When you have little time on your hands, especially when you have just arrived home from work, and you want to cook something quickly without the hassle of having to collect so many ingredients and utensils to just get started, this is the recipe you need.

You can access your Indian cook book or try to follow what you learned in your Indian cooking classes, but still there is a lot of hassle to deal with.

The quick and easy recipe below is how to make Indian omelette which is very tasty, slightly spicy and filling. You can find many healthy food recipes or vegetarian recipes free online and this is one of them.

I would recommend this to anyone looking for a change of taste which also comes with complete satisfaction as this falls under the easy cooking recipes category.

Indian omellete
Indian omellete | Source

The Indian Omelette Recipe

This is not your typical Indian omelette recipe by the way! It is something i have one day decided to experiment with and have come up with which is very satisfactory when i go home from work tired or short of time.

You do not need any Madras curry powder, Kashimiri paste or any other paste.

The items you do need are listed below.

  • 1 or 2 eggs (or however many you want, i usually use 2 for one person)
  • 1 tomato (chopped up into small cubes)
  • 1 teaspoon of Mr. Naga chilli pickle (or any chilli pickle of your choice)
  • 1 teaspoon of Piri Piri sauce (I always use Nando's!)
  • some coriander
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil

As you can see from the list above, the ingredients are probably already in your cupboard somewhere and if you need any of them, just run to your local supermarket! (Or you can use substitutes).

Easy Cooking Recipe

This is very simple, so just follow the steps below and you will end up with a fantastic tasting Indian omelette!

  • Break the eggs and place the egg yolks and egg whites in a medium sized bowl
  • Add all of the above ingredients (make sure the coriander is chopped first)
  • Mix every together thoroughly until you have a nice colour and there are no solid bits of pickles or anything left visible
  • Heat oil to about minimumĀ 160 degrees
  • Place the mixture of omelette in to the omelette pan in the oil
  • Turn over after the bottom of the omelette has slightly solidified and repeat until omelette is golden brown
  • Place your quick and easy recipe Indian omelette on to your plate and ENJOY!

Bangladeshi Naga Chilli (The Hottest In The World!)
Bangladeshi Naga Chilli (The Hottest In The World!)

Enjoy Your Indian Omelette

I hope after cooking your Indian omelette with the quick and easy recipe given above you are satisfied with the outcome and enjoyed eating it.

As i say with all my quick and easy online recipes it is good to experiment with different ingredients and try to get it to taste the best for your taste buds. The recipe above is the way i like it, but you may not. So this means try it using other things and hopefully you will enjoy it more with your favourite ingredients!

Thank you for reading and i hope you enjoy the recipe and please leave any feedback in the comments box below!


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      10 years ago

      This seems to me a very spicy and delicious omelet so I will try it surely.

      P.S. I will let you know how it tasted:-)

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      Cassandra Mantis 

      10 years ago from UK and Nerujenia

      Wow, awesome! I love omelets! The Indian omelet sounds great! I am having breakfast, and I think it will be an omelet! There. Breakfast sorted for saturday morning! Cheers!

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      Gous Ahmed 

      10 years ago from Muslim Nation

      Thank you Darlene. I really enjoy this omelette because i love eggs. I could live on omelettes!

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      Darlene Sabella 

      10 years ago from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ...

      Thank you for this great recipe, and I love your pictures, thumbs up


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