Giant Masala Chicken Egg Roll

Backstory:

This is from one of those days when I want to go full-keto and also have weird cravings. Like a giant fluffy omlette stuffed with juicy spicy chicken. Aaah the stuff food dreams are made of. Also, I think I made this because all I had at home were 3 eggs, 100 gms chicken, 1 tomato & 1 onion. I kid you not. It was end of the month times friends, where one thinks ‘Do I REALLY need groceries?’ Anyway, I enjoyed stuffing my face with this, hope you enjoy!

You need:

  • 3 eggs
  • 100 gms boneless chicken, chopped
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 onion
  • 1 tsp turmeric podwer
  • 1 tsp ginger garlic paste/powder
  • 1 tsp coriander powder
  • 1 slice cheese (optional)
  • salt & pepper to taste

How to:

  1. Slice onion & tomatoes thinly
  2. Heat a pan with 1 tsp oil, add the onions & ginger garlic paste/powder and fry until golden brown
  3. Add the tomatoes, turmeric powder & coriander powder and cook until it gets a jam-y texture ( should take about 5 minutes)
  4. Add chicken and stir until cooked. Make sure your chicken is chopped as small as possible so it can max absorb the flavour of the masala mix
  5. Set aside to cool (important!)
  6. In a bowl, add 3 eggs, 1 tsp salt & pepper and whisk until frothy. Add 1 tsp milk if you want it to be more fluffy
  7. Heat a non-stick pan and add 1 tsp oil. Twist the pan around until the oil coats the entire surface. Add more oil if necessary
  8. Pour your egg mix, try to again, twist around the pan so it becomes a giant flat omelette
  9. When the top isn’t gooey anymore, carefully lift the omelette from the edges and then flip over. Cook until well done
  10. If you don’t mind the gooey-ness of the egg, skip step 9 and directly transfer to a flat plate
  11. Take the cooked chicken masala mix place it along the centre of the omelette, NOT THE EDGES
  12. Gently flip over the sides of the omelette and garnish the top with pepper and enjoy!
so hard to make this look aesthetic

Tips:

  • You can place a slice of cheese on top of the omelette before adding the chicken to get a gooey, cheesy roll
  • Add the chicken AFTER the omelette is transfer from the pan to a plate. If you try adding it while in the pan, the omelette might break when you try to transfer it to a plate (I made this mistake and it was a giant mess lololol)
  • Make sure the chicken is cut into really small pieces otherwise when you cut into the omelette roll you’ll have giant chunks which will be hard to eat and honestly, falls off the fork and is super annoying

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