This omelette dish has always been a staple in our home. It’s usually served as an add-on dish complementing white rice, a meat/seafood dish with gravy and stir-fry vegetables. It’s something I grew up with and has since carried on the “tradition” with my own family.
The rice and a meat gravy dish would feel a little lonely without the omelette, and without it, the entire meal experience would not as satisfying. That’s of course, according to me.
Not too difficult to make. It takes all but 10 minutes of your time. If you have a leftover omelette, you can always eat it with bread and make an omelette sandwich for breakfast or lunch.