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Spanish Omelette

This recipe is adapted from one of my fav cookery show in ndtv goodtimes..I made a twist by adding frozen corns and dried herbs. This is a perfect healthy n filling breakfast with a glass of fresh juice.



Ingredients :

4 eggs
1/2 Tbsp Dried herbs (I have used mixture of Oregano, Thyme and Basil)
Salt to taste
1 Tsp Pepper powder
1 Big Onion, sliced
3 Potatoes, sliced
1 Cup Frozen Corns ( Fresh corns can also be used)
2 Tbsp Olive oil

Method :

Break eggs and add dried herbs, salt and pepper. Beat well with fork and keep aside.


Heat oil in a pan ( non stick) and add the sliced onions, fry them for couple of minutes and add the
potatoes.




Simmer and cook for 2 minutes.
Now add the frozen corn and cook for another couple of minutes.

                                        

Remove from flame and mix it with the egg mixture.

Heat the pan again and simmer it, pour the egg mixture and cook for couple of minutes.

Now place the plate on the pan and slowly turn the pan upside down. ( Be careful at this stage)





Slowly place the egg omelette back to the pan wihout shaking and cook for another couple of minutes.
Cook in low flame.


Now remove from flame and serve with fresh juice.




Comments

  1. A different recipe, potato and egg, seems to be a good combination. Would love to try this.

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    1. Yes..potatoes n eggs are lovely combination...do try n hope u like it :)

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  2. perfect presentation dear.. very yummy..

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  3. That turned out perfectly!!! Looks really yummy - I made a frittata for breaky today :) do visit my blog dear! cheers, Priya

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    1. Thanks for dropping n posting ur valuable comment...u have a great blog and am really happy to follow u:)

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  4. Yum yum, with a salad this yummy omelette will be super filling.

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  5. Wow could smell the aroma here.. Omlettes are the simplest and tastiest ones right Priya??..And your version sounds great!!
    ~Today's Recipe~
    Fish Puttu/Meen Puttu/Steamed &Shredded Fish Stir Fry
    -You Too Can Cook Indian Food Recipes

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    1. Thanks Dear..Very true divya :) I jus love omelettes...

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  6. Looks so inviting and delicious!

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