I loved the flavour, the convenience and the excellent nutrition of this recipe, but I have to admit that even though I read the list of ingredients it did not occur to me that the eggs would be brown. My husband was suspicious of eating something so unfamiliar, but I gently reassured him that he enjoys Indian food, and that he would find this omelette delicious, which fortunately, he did. If I had been thinking, I would have served it to him for the first time disguised, rolled up in a chapati as suggested in the intro , and others with children (or husbands) who are not food adventurous might consider doing the same. Eating it, of course, will win them over.
I really liked this and will make it again. Since some reviewers said there is too much spice, I cut the coriander, cumin, and turmeric in half... to me that was perfect. While looking for this recipe, I was specifically searching for an egg recipe without any salt, but with other spices to make up for not having salt. Thanks! That's just what I needed. This is the perfect size for a light meal for one person. I ate mine with cut up tomatoes on the side. If you are looking for a restaurant size omelette, then double the recipe.
You need to have more eggs for the amount of spices. And start the onion and spices cooking on very low heat so they don't burn. Based on the ingredients I thought this would be amazing. But it was ok.
Wonderful earthy flavor! I'm glad I bought fresh ground turmeric and ground coriander; I think it made a world of difference. (Spices keep 6 months in the refrigerator. If over a year old, they can deflate your enjoyment of the recipe.) I used one jalapeno pepper. This was very mild. I used jumbo eggs, and did not stir the eggs while cooking, instead flashing the pan under a very hot broiler as recommended. My eggs then still showed a lot of yellow, and I liked the pockets of spices. I used safflower oil and would use it or grapeseed oil next time; I like the "clean" taste. This goes to my Best of 2013 cookbook. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag game.
Nice, especially wrapped in chapati.
This was quite nice. I forgot to add the onion, and I used red pepper flakes in place of the peppers. I thought that there were too much spices, because I couldn't really taste the egg, ut I'll definitely make it again because it's a nice change of pace(: Thanks Noo!
I made this awhile back and forgot to review it. The recipe was made for 2. The spices were mixed into the eggs and half was cooked at a time. They omelets were easier for me to roll and serve on small gluten free tortillas.
Very, very nice omelet, & now that I've made & enjoyed it all alone, I'll be making it again soon for my other half to enjoy! I did mix the spices & eggs together but other than that, the recipe was followed (even in the using of but 1 chili) & much enjoyed! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
We really liked the flavors in this omelet. I think it would work better to mix the spices into the eggs or sprinkle them over in the pan, as they clumped up on the green onions and weren't evenly distributed in the omelet. I added salt and pepper and tomatoes to it - got the idea from several of the photos. This does take some time to set, I used a medium pan (eventually I covered it so it would be completely set). Very filling for one person!
I had this for breakfast and ate it with ketchup. I used a little jalapeno. Enjoyable! Thanks! Made for PRMR game.