May 5, 2007

Omelette with veggies


The first time I ate vegetable omelette was in Denny’s while we were coming back from our Niagara trip. The omelette was so heavy that I could not finish it. But, it was the best omelette I had eaten all my life. Nupur’s A-Z series gave me a chance to try it at home. This recipe gave me a basic idea of making the omelette. Here’s how I made omelette with veggies.

1.Heat oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add ½ cup of mixed veggies of your choice. I added onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, broccoli, capsicums. Fry till the veggies are cooked. Then add salt to taste, a pinch of red chilli powder, and pour some soy sauce in the veggies. Pour this mixture in another dish.

2.Add salt and pepper to 3 well beaten eggs.

3.Spray the skillet with some non-stick spray. Add eggs, allowing them to cover the bottom of the pan. Cook for 3 minutes, or until the bottom begins to set.

4.When nearly cooked, top half of the omelette with the cooked veggies. Add some Parmesan cheese over the veggies.

This is an amazing breakfast for a lazy Sunday morning. And yes, it can substitute lunch as well. Sending this as my entry for "O" in the A-Z series.

6 comments:

Coffee said...

I am not much of an omlet fan...... but that sure looks tempting!!!!

Roopa said...

wow the omelette looks really very filling and delicious with veges and cheese yummy.....

Nupur said...

Now that looks like one delicious and substantial brunch! Thanks for participating!

Chinni said...

Yummy............

Reena said...

very tempting and heavy. love the stuffing.

Sandeepa said...

I am a big omlette fan and I like it how here they serve huge ones here..this is yummo