Curry Omelette for One

"Very simple and quite tasty :P Low carb for all the dieters out there, but can't be a whole meal. For me, anyway."
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  • Beat egg in a small bowl.
  • Mix in chives, curry powder and water.
  • Heat a small pan to a high heat. Heat oil once hot.
  • Add egg mixture to hot. Let it cook for five to ten minutes, 'scuffing' it occasionally so that it doesn't stick. The bottom should become solid and quite browned.
  • Slide the bottom of the omelette onto a plate. Hold the pan over the plate, then flip them so the raw side of the omelette is face down on the pan.
  • Cook for another five or so minutes - until the bottom is as browned as the top.
  • EAT !

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RECIPE SUBMITTED BY Me at Christmas , eyeing the mince pies , muaharhar. I'm sixteen years old and love to cook. Seriosuly , I always bug my mum when she's coming home - " Can I boil an egg ? Do you want me to put on the pasta ? " etc - and I have little tradition where I cook a complete dinner once a fortnight. Thats' generally what I review recipes for as I don't get a chance to cook the rest of the time :( Since I live in Hong Kong, I don't have access to a lot of the stuff most Recipezaar-ers in the US do , so I spend a lot of time filtering out refrigerated buttermilk biscuits , frozen pie shells, pastry flour and all those instant mixes >< Its' not just that I live in Hong Kong though , my pantry (physically impossible in a two-bedroom flat, but there in mind and spirit) is small. What I always have in the kitchen : plain flour, self-raising flour, sugar, cocoa, pasta, canned beans, canned tomatoes, fresh tomatoes, garlic, onion, some kind of cheese, low-fat yogurt, low-fat milk, water, frozen berries, muesli. I guess a love of food is born in as I'm half-Italian. I go to Sicily every summer and its so different from here - there is this ...respect for food. I LOVE IT The other half of me has an ex-baking grandma ( she stopped after she had no-one to fatten up ) and I think I got a bit of that too , I absolutely ADORE making cakes, cookies,muffins but I hate having them around the house . I mulled over the idea of selling my baked stuff but in the end decided I'd probably get arrested for hawking and no-one would know what I was doing anyway. My rating system - ***** Perfect. this is for whatever the recipe claims to be, i.e. if a recipe a simple,quick, economic stew I won't give it *** for not being finicky or delicate. These are often foolproof, too :) **** Almost perfect, but there was something missing. *** All right . Not a bad recipe, but I didn't like it. ** Not enjoyable, but with some spark or facet with merit. * Godawful. SORRY ! <img src="" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket">
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