Omelette Wrapped Bread
Whenever I used to go home in vacations during college days, I made it a point to have this wrap at Mughalsarai station. I still can clearly recall that bread-omelette, cut into 4 pieces, sprinkled with chat masala and served on a silverish paper plate. Ah! those good old days. Anyway, coming back to present, since I don’t get to visit Mughalsarai station very often now, I have started making this at my home.
- Egg – 2 pcs
- Bread (preferably white) – 2 pcs
- Onion (small) – 1 (chopped finely)
- Green Chili – 1 pc (chopped)
- Milk – 1 tbsp
- Black Pepper Powder – 1 pinch
- Salt – to taste
- Coriander Leaves (chopped) – as per liking
- Oil – 1/2 tsp
- In a bowl take egg, salt, black pepper powder, milk, green chilli, onion and coriander leaves. Beat it nicely. Keep aside.
- Heat up oil in a big mouth flat pan.
- Spread the egg mixture on the pan.
- When the egg is cooked half, place the bread slices at the center in a line. Press the bread a bit. Here I would recommend using white bread because it makes it so soft unlike how we get it using the brown or whole-grain bread.
- Fold the omelette from both sides over the breads. Press again.
- Fold one bread over the other.
- Done. Take it out and eat with sauce or whatever you would like to eat it with. Today I am going to sprinkle some chat masala over it and eat it my old way. Not having that paper plate though 🙁