i make this all
the time, its so easy! i only recently tried puting garamasala in, but
it made it so much more tasty. sometimes i put in the tiniest bit of
honey which is also really nice.
2 medium sized potatoes
1 packet of lardons, or tear up a few slices of ham
2 tablespoon olive oil (try flora cuisine, works really well
5 medium eggs
150ml (1/4 pint) milk
Half a teaspoon mixed herbs
Large pinch of garamasala
Salt and ground black pepper
- Heat the
oven to 180C, gas mark 4.
- Cut the ends
of the onion and peel it. Cut it in half, then into thin slices. Peel
the potatoes and cut into small cubes (about twice the size of your
- Put the oil
into a non stick frying pan, add the onion, potatoes and lardons and
stir everything gently in the pan until the onions are going brown and
the potato is slightly soft. (about 5-10 minutes)
- Take the pan
off the heat and spoon the vegetables and lardons into the ovenproof
dish. Spread them out into an even layer. Break the eggs into a
separate, large bowl.
- Beat the
eggs with a fork and pour in the milk, add the herbs and Garamasala and
a grind of salt and pepper. Then beat everything until they are mixed
- Pour the egg
mixture over the vegetables and put into the oven for 40 minutes, or
until set and golden brown.
- Put a knife
into the middle of the omelette; if runny egg comes out cook it for
another 5-10 minutes.
- Serve with
salad and chips, or anything you fancy!
You could also add
peas to the onion and potato, but they won’t take as long in the pan,
them in a little later.