Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The I-don't-believe-I-actually-made-this Western Omelet Sandwich!

This recipe is dedicated to all those people who think cooking is way too difficult or really have no time to cook themselves a nice homemade meal and end up eating outside instead. The Western Omelet Sandwich is big on flavor, heavy enough for you to feel like you’ve eaten something solid, and is ready in a matter of minutes!

The Western Omelet Sandwich
Serves 2 (big portions)


6 slices Bread (I used Whole Wheat and it tastes better too)
3 tablespoons Butter (Optional for those who wanna skip the extra calories)
3 Eggs
3 tablespoons Milk/Cream
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste
Mixed dried herbs, about a tablespoon
Half an Onion, chopped into medium dices,
Green/Red/Yellow Capsicum, chopped into medium dices
Chopped Coriander Leaves, a tablespoon. You can also use Parsley
Any other veggies of choice ( I added chopped Tomatoes and Boiled Corn)
Chaat Masala
2 tablespoons Oil


Get your Veggies ready.

Whisk the Eggs, Milk/Cream, Salt, Pepper and Herbs together.

Now add in the Veggies and mix well. Heat up a pan for your Omelet, add 1 tablespoon Oil and just a small knob of Butter.

Pour in half of this mixture on the pan and let it fry on medium low for 3-4 minutes, covered. You can flip it if you like, and cook for a minute on the other side too. Transfer your Omelet to a plate and fold it into a semi circle. Then cut it into 2 Halves. Repeat the same procedure for the remaining egg mixture and make another Omelet.

Assembling the Sandwich:

Toast your bread both sides on a high flame for 30 seconds each side, or lightly toast them in your toaster. Remove and then butter both sides. Place one slice of bread, followed by one piece of the Omelet and then sprinkle with Chaat Masala and add some Ketchup. Top with the second bread, then add in the second piece of the omelet, followed by the chaat masala and ketchup. Top it off with the third slice. Repeat with the other 3 slices. Cut this sandwich into halves/triangles to expose those yummy layers and enjoy with your coffee!!


  1. Pink ScarfOctober 18, 2011 1:55 PM

    I am so gonna move to mumbai .. Near to your house!!

  2. Prasad KulkarniNovember 7, 2011 10:20 PM

    Yummilicious... I have done this dish... but will try it this way... with these ingredients :)

  3. Caramel WingsNovember 12, 2011 9:53 AM

    Pink :D Come over anytime!

    Prasad : Do let me know how it turns out!

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