By pattikay in L.A. on May 30, 2008
Photo by Bergy
Photo by Bergy
"A nicely flavored and colorful omelet from Madhur Jaffrey's Quick and Easy Indian Cooking."
Serving Size: 1 (260 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Very good omelette, though I wouldn't really describe the taste as Indian, since those flavors are quite subtle. I used fresh tomatoes, less than a tablespoon of oil, and more mushrooms/ginger. We had this for dinner and it was very much enjoyed."
"Perfect dinner omelet loaded with flavor. I did not use the oil I used a light spry of "No oil" - this time the omelet stuck a bit but it did not harm the taste. Cut the recipe back to 2 eggs but was generous with the amount of filling. Used frozen cubes of finely chopped cilantro. A do again omelet for sure"
"DH and I made this for breakfast this morning. We really enjoyed it. A simple list of ingredients with lots of flavor--we will definitely make this again. My only substitutions were to use olive oil in place of vegetable oil and a red serrano chile, as that is what I had on hand. I used shiitake mushrooms. Thanks for a nice breakfast!"
"This is a wonderful breakfast! I loved the combination of these ingredients. It was so flavorful and different for breakfast than I'm used to having. Made for ZWT4 Family Picks for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers."
"MY OH MY! this is a flavor explosion! Wait up your mouth first thing in the AM. Loved this. I used cilantro only in my portion. DH won`t eat it. Loved the mustard seeds I used black seeds. Also the ginger was refreshing. For the tomatoes I did use hot salsa. Yummy!!! A must make. Thanks!"
"This made an excellent brunch this morning. I used fresh tomatoes and egg substitute. Served with fresh melon and recipe #181936. *ZWT 2008*"
"Simply delicious. I followed the recipe with all the ingredients except subbed Japanese thin skinned green pepper in place of green chile pepper. I loved the taste of garlic, ginger, tomato, and mushrooms in the omelett. Thank you for posting this yummy recipe. Made for ZWT 4."
"I'd normally exclude the mushrooms, but this one wouldn't be a 'garlicky mushroom' thingie without them, so . . . And actually the omelet was quite tasty, & I enjoyed the addition of mustard seeds & the fresh ginger! [Made & reviewed in the Family Picks part of Zaar World Tour 4]"