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Saturday Breakfasts are always supposed to be special. Always! And when you have fellow Instagrammers posting such yum breakfasts. Incase you haven’t found me on Instagram yet, please do visit my page under the name – theadventuresofahomecook. My journey or the passion of sharing my recipes started with Instagram and the idea of sharing a story with an image completely made sense to me. Also throughout my page you might end up finding a lot of egg recipes, I take all the blame for that but trust me I LOVE eggs and find them super duper versatile. I can have varieties of egg recipes for breakfast, lunch, snacks or even dinner.

So here I have my Masala Omelette with buttery pan toasts with my cup of Nespresso. It has been so cold outside that even planning to go out to get veggies is becoming a task that I am trying to avoid. And when you have eggs and bread at home, the interest of going down to get more veggies kind of disappers.

I made 2 omelettes for myself and my husband, thus sharing the recipe below for the same:


  • 4 eggs
  • 1 medium sized onion (red/white)
  • green chilli
  • 1 medium sized tomato
  • Some fresh coriander leaves (don’t ever bother throwing away the stalk which is so full of flavour) [Simple Tip to preserve coriander leaves – is to keep it in a polythene bag/plastic container with the stalk. This was the bunch can stay fresh for more than 10 days]
  • Masala – Pinch of turmeric powder, red chilli powder, cumin powder
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 tablespoon of milk (fat-free preferably)


  • I used two eggs per person and added finely chopped onions, tomatoes, chillies and coriander leaves and 1 tablespoon of milk (to make it fluffy) while beating the egg to a frothy consistency.
  • I added pinch of turmeric powder, chilli powder, cumin powder and salt – pepper for seasoning.
  • I added this to my non-stick pan (I always prefer cooking in a non-stick pan as that requires less oil).
  • I cooked the omelette on one side for 4 mins on a medium heat under a cover to make it fluffier and soft. While flipping it to the other side, remember to check if all sides of one side is cooked else you will have a sad omelette in hand.
  • In case you are bad at flipping it like a magic, use a plate on your pan, flip the pan – transfer the omelette on your plate and then transfer the opposite side to the pan.
  • Cook this side for another 3 mins and serve it hot with toasts. I made mine in the same pan with some butter on each side.

Happy Happy Weekend to you all!

#100healthybreakfasts by Paulami

Masala Omlette

If you like this recipe, do let me know 🙂


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