I am a great fan of Chef Jacob. Whenever I find time, I used to watch Chef Jacob‘s show in Sun Tv. In one of his shows, he made Rice Omellete with left-over rice dishes. I was just surprised when he said Rice Omelette. I was wondering how could one make Omellette with boiled rice?
When I saw how he made, I wanted to try it out that night itself. It was similar to the regular omelette we make. I simply like it, and may of my readers who tried this recipe said that it came out very well. I should only thank Late Chef Jacob for sharing this tasty omelette.
Preparation Time: Less than 5 minutes
Cooking Time: Less than 5 minutes
Makes: 2 persons
Recipe Category: Side dish
Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Recipe Reference: Late Chef Jacob
Eggs – 2 nos.
Boiled rice – 1 cup
Chopped green chillies (pacha molaga) – 1
Chopped coriander leaves (kothamalli leaves) – 1 sprig
White pepper powder – a pinch
Salt – as desired
Oil – 1/2 teaspoon
Note. The ingredients shown will vary with the original quantity.
1. In a bowl, put boiled rice, green chillies, eggs, coriander leaves, salt, and white pepper powder. Beat well.
2. Heat a griddle or dosa pan. Pour the egg-rice mixture on the pan, and add 1/2 teaspoon of oil on the corners of the omelette. Once the omelette is cooked on one side, flip it over and cook on the other side too. Do not use oil more than required because eggs will not absorb oil like how fish or chicken does.
Now, Rice Omelette is ready! Serve hot.
Serve. You can have this omelette with bread toast and as an accompaniment for the following dishes:
French Biryani, Egg and Soyabean Sprouts Fried Rice, Asparagus And Peas Pulao, Keerai Masiyal. Biriyani Brinjal Kuzhambu, Mochai Kara Kuzhambu, Capsicum Sambar,Mushroom Kuzhambu