Do you see some connection here? While doing the posts for the Blogging Marathon #90 for the theme “Wrap and Rolls”, I unconsciously went with all egg recipes! Whether the Kolkata Egg Rolls or the Egg Toasties and now this one, all are with eggs! 😀 So it feels like I did a theme within the theme! Hehe…
I had mentioned earlier that at the moment, I am on a quantified diet, ie. I get to eat limited stuff within my macros. Alhamdulillah, I have been able to steadily lose weight and am very happy with my progress. I now have the last block of weight to lose and I am pretty much sure that my body would not want to let it go. 😉 I am targeting this year end to get to my goal, InShaAllah. Definitely it will need a close watch on my diet plus religious workouts to see results. Plus my travel tomorrow home for a month is not going to help the purpose – I will go on a diet break but hopefully I won’t break myself by going overboard. 😀
Eggs, being a protein rich and good fat loaded food, is one staple for me. For the past six months, I have been eating them every single morning. So eggs are stocked in two trays at at time in my fridge. Couple up with HD and B loving eggs, it makes a quick fix meal any time of the day.
Usually I have my eggs in the morning. But sometimes I keep them for night. This was one dish I tried during one of the weekend for dinner. I wasn’t sure how this would taste, but for a person who loves paneer burji and omelette, I was sure the combination would be a killer. I ensured to make this when nobody was there in the house. HD smells my food and comes around to see what I am cooking for myself. He wants to eat what I have made and then when I reason with him that he can’t touch my food because it is all weighed, he will say, “Nothing is going to happen if you don’t eat a few grams!” They will never understand how we feel about it… 😀
OK, so coming back to this roll, it’s basically an omelette basket, filled with a paneer scramble filling and topped with some mozarella cheese! Now doesn’t that sound very sinful? Normally, I carry my food with me if I am going out during the weekend, but the weekend I made this, I simply couldn’t resist myself after the shoot, that I straight away sat and enjoyed the meal! It was truly delicious… No, I am bragging… Please do try for yourself!
Did you like the background? I used it in my Strawberry Fool post too. When my sister asked what I wanted from US, I said, I wanted this marble background. It is a rollable vinyl sticker, and so convenient. I am already addicted to it… hehe…
- 2 large eggs
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 tsp butter
- 2 tbsp chopped coriander leaves
- 25 gm grated mozzarella cheese
- FOR FILLING:
- 1 tsp ghee
- ½ small onion, minced
- ½ small tomato, minced
- 1 green chilli, chopped
- ½ tsp ginger garlic paste
- ¼ tsp turmeric powder
- ¼ tsp red chilli powder
- 50 gm paneer, soaked in hot water
- Salt to taste
- To prepare the filling, heat ghee. Add the onion, tomato, green chilli and ginger garlic paste and saute with some salt till wilted.
- Add the turmeric and red chilli powder and saute it for a minute.
- Drain the paneer from water and crumble into the mixture. Saute it well for a couple of minutes, adjust seasoning and switch off.
- In a large pan, melt the butter. Whisk the eggs well with some salt and pepper. Pour into the pan and spread to make it a large round.
- Cook till the top looks done. Spread the paneer filling in the center. Sprinkle the coriander leaves and mozarella cheese on top.
- Now slowly fold side by side pressing onto the cheese for the omelette to stick. Cook for a couple of minutes or till the cheese looks melted.
- Transfer to your serving plate and enjoy hot! You can give it a drizzle of ketchup or siracha sauce.
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InShaAllah, as I mentioned in the Nutella Brownie post, I am giving the blog a break till I come back from my vacation. I have never done it before, but this time, I thought it was much needed, to keep my interest with blogging. I hope all of you will keep coming to browse the recipes, read them, try them and leave your feedback through our FB page, Instagram handle or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). 🙂