What do you like the best about omelettes? If you ask us, we love how easy it is to whip one at home, and how it makes all our quirky experiments look so good. Let's admit it, what all have we not tried throwing in our omelettes, right? From cheese, bell peppers and tomatoes to coriander and very rarely have we been disappointed with the results. To cut the long story short, an omelette can be anything you want it to be. From light and fluffy to decadent and intense, it is just a play of some ingredients. Take, for instance, this African omelette. The layers of indulgence in this morning dish is enough to make us salivate at any point in time. Bursting with protein, this omelette comprises the goodness of minced mutton, onions, red chilli paste and bay leaf. This wholesome omelette can be made in a few minutes, and there is enough room to experiment too! You can throw in some shredded cheese and herbs of your choice. If you do not want it to be so heavy, you can scale down the ingredients as per your liking, from three to two. It is advisable to use at least two eggs, or else your omelette may break with so much load.
This recipe is ideal for those who are looking for a slightly more wholesome to liven up their mundane mornings. It can also qualify as an amazing brunch idea. The melt-in-mouth minced mutton and the hotness of onions and red chilli paste makes this treat all things irresistible.
You can buy red chilli paste from your local grocery store or make it at home. It is fairly easy to make red chilli paste at home. All you need is a blender and a handful of easily available ingredients. Crush and roughly chop garlic and red chillies, put them in a blender, add some sugar, salt, soy sauce and blend, until you get desired consistency.
Here is the full step-by-step recipe to make African Omelette at home.
Try making it and let us know how you liked it in the comments section below. Serve it with toast and baked beans for a memorable experience.
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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.