Mushroom Omelette is very delicious, easy to make and quite filling. You can have it either for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It can be had with bread, rice or rotis. Mushrooms are a rich source of calcium and they also help in strengthening our immune system. So it is good to include them in our diet whenever possible. Today we will learn how to make Mushroom Omelette following this easy recipe with step wise pictures.
Clean mushroom and chop it into thin slices (I did not do that but recommend you to do it as it will be easy when flipping the omelette). Check out how to clean mushrooms.
Heat oil in a pan, add finely chopped onions and garlic. Saute until onions turn transparent.
Add sliced mushroom, turmeric powder and chilli powder.
Mushrooms will ooze out lot of water. Cook on medium heat until all the water evaporates and the mixture becomes dry.
Add salt needed and dry dill leaves (If you could not get fresh dill leaves, you can add). You can add any herbs of your choice not necessarily dill.
To prepare Omelette
Crack 2 eggs in a bowl, add little salt, 2 tsp water and pepper powder. (Remember we have added salt to mushrooms also. Adding water gives you fluffier omelette).
Beat with a fork until you get bubbles. Grease a tawa and heat it.
Once hot, pour the egg mixture and reduce the heat to low.
Once the omelette is cooked slightly, spread the mushroom mixture all over the omelette and slightly press it. Cook for a few seconds.
If you want, you can flip it over to the other side or you can just fold it and cook for another few seconds.
Slide the omelette on to a plate and serve hot with bread or rice.
Variations – You can saute finely chopped spinach along with mushrooms to make spinach mushroom omelette.
Serve this omelette immediately.
Check out Italian style of making Mushroom Omelette called Mushroom Frittata.
If you love mushrooms, check out more Mushroom Recipes
If you love eggs, you might like my Egg Recipes.
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