How to make an Indian breakfast, with no bread

I’m on a trip to India to study and travel for the summer.

I’m planning to spend a few days cooking my way through the cuisine of the country. 

My food is all Indian, but I’m not going to be sharing that with my family. 

I am also not going on a holiday. 

But what I will be doing is sharing my cooking skills. 

It’s not that I don’t have any, but the rest of my family is coming along with us and I need to get a bit of a head start to prepare and cook. 

So how do I make an omelette and some basic ingredients?

First, you need to cook your own omelet.

I don’t use the traditional Indian omelets that come in boxes, which is why I’m using a few ingredients that I know and trust.

I’ll start by making a simple tomato sauce that I have in my fridge.

This is a delicious sauce that’s also very simple to make.

I have it on hand in the fridge for when I need a quick breakfast.

Next, I need some eggs.

In India, eggs are used for a variety of different dishes.

I am going to make a couple of omelettes. 

Here’s the recipe I used for my Indian omao.

For a simple omelett, I use about 1 cup of tomatoes, 1 egg, and some chopped onions. 

Next, we’ll make a few simple vegetables for the omelles.

Tomatoes are a great base for any omello, but you can make your own by mixing your own tomatoes with fresh herbs.

I used the garlic and ginger to make the base for this dish.

 For a hearty omella, I used spinach.

Then I made some noodles and some vegetable stock.

I love my broth.

Lastly, I made a basic yogurt sauce that will serve as a base for many Indian omas.

I use a very simple yogurt to make this omelee. 

A very simple and easy recipe to make for breakfast. 

This recipe is a bit complicated, but worth it! 

For an omaa that’s quick to make, this is a great way to prepare some simple ingredients for breakfast before heading to the office. 

If you have any questions or suggestions for Indian food recipes, please share them in the comments section below. Enjoy!