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Omelette Recipe for a Jumpstart to your morning

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Doctors and Nutrition specialists always put emphasis on the many benefits of a complete breakfast. An iconic ingredient of any breakfast is the egg. Eggs have also been one of the favorite items of breakfasts in Bangladesh as well. We have heard about classic egg items. But the omelette remains the quintessential egg item in breakfast. If you have a flavorful masala tea with your omelette, you’ll have a wonderful breakfast. If you want to be fancy, then there are quite a lot of vibrant egg omelette recipes that you can easily whip up at your home. So, today we will be bringing a simple yet tasty omelette recipe for you to try your hand at.

Omelette Recipe Ingredients

  • 2 eggs (large is good)
  • Kosher salt (according to taste)
  • Black Salt (Ground up)
  • 1 pinch of red chilly powder
  • 2 tablespoons of butter
  • A quarter cup of shredded cheese

Preparation

First, take the eggs and beat the eggs into a bowl. Keep beating until there are no whites left. Start seasoning the eggs with the kosher salt, black salt and chilly powder. Take a non-stick pan (for best results), and melt the butter over medium heat. Put in the seasoned eggs and make sure the egg covers the whole pan. As the egg starts to set in, drag the cooked portions into the centre using a ladle or spatula. Let the uncooked portions go to the edge of the pan. If the bottom is set with the top a little wet, pour in the cheese. Now fold the sides on to each other. You can add chives in this as well. Take the egg into the plate and enjoy your homemade omelette with top notch tea and bread for your breakfast.

You can order your favorite gourmet breakfast from your favorite restaurants from Hungrynaki!

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A Masala Tea Recipe for Tea Lovers

The time is always right for a steaming, soothing cup of tea. There are very few people in our family, society, or even the country who don’t like tea. Some people are downright obsessed with tea! So, it is time to honor the inner tea lover in you. Masala tea or Cha (some people call it Chai), is a delicacy in tea that most tea lovers don’t want to miss. Especially in this monsoon season, it’s almost a necessity. Most people who have blocked sinuses or have cold related problems, consider this an all-round -the-year drink. With continuous rain on the horizon, let’s talk about a simple Masala Tea Recipe that you can whip up at your home easily. A steaming hot tea, after a healthy breakfast with a tasty omelette and juice can get your morning started in a jiffy.

Let’s differentiate Masala tea from the normal one first. When we use a certain type of whole spice or a number of whole spices with regular tea, then we get Masala Tea. But there is a certain method or measure of what you should add, or how much you shouldn’t. So let’s break down a simple recipe for you to follow at home. 

Masala Tea Recipe: Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon tea powder or leaves
  • 2 Cups of Water
  • 3 cloves
  • Half or one piece of Cinnamon
  • 4 pieces of Green Cardamom
  • Milk (According to Preference)

Preparation

First, we have to take the spices and ground them up, preferably in a small mortar or use a knife’s sides. You can crush them into fine powder or leave a few bits. In consequent preps you will know your preferred flavor. 

Then, pour the water in a teapot and add the tea leaves. You can also use tea bags (3-4 bags). Make sure you let the black tea simmer first. Keep the flame on the low side, that will ensure the best taste. Boil for a few minutes until the tea turns light dark. Add the ground spice along with ground ginger if you want. 

Add sugar to the concoction next, 3-4 tablespoons should be enough. But that depends on your preference. Next, Pour milk according to your preference into the simmering milk. Keep the mix on boil for a few minutes until the tea turns dark. If you want a thicker texture, let it simmer for a bit. Add tulsi leaves for a more spicy flavor variation. Take a taste test, if you see the milk taste isn’t there, then let it simmer for a bit. Next, Filter out the leaves and enjoy your healthy and steaming Masala Chai!

If you still have some craving for bubble tea or hot mocha after your masala tea session, search your favorite coffee and tea places on Hungrynaki. Enjoy the monsoon with a cup in your hand!