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Ginger Omellete


Ginger omellete is a very delicious breakfast if you not tried it yet this Sunday give it a try. Going back more than 2,000 years in China, ginger is used as herb to treat nausea, upset stomach and help with digestion and diarrhea.Chinese medicine practitioners commonly prescribe ginger to treat symptoms of colds and flu. The root acts as an antihistamine and decongestant, two cold-easing effects that can help with symptoms. So during winter months use of ginger in foods proves to be very beneficial. I am sure ginger omellete is something which will be helpful to keep you healthy in this winter season and you will remember the delicious taste and it will soon be in your favorite list.



Ginger Omellete  

Ingredients
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tbsp finely sliced ginger
  • 1 finely chopped onion
  • 1 finely chopped green chilly (optional)
  • 1 tbsp oil
  • to taste salt and pepper to taste
Cooking Directions
Take a pan heat it add a drop of oil and roast the ginger till brown. Now take a bowl break eggs into it, add the roasted ginger, chopped onion, green chilly (if using) salt and pepper. Beat all the ingredients together. Wipe the wok clean and turn the heat to high. Swirl oil around the wok to coat it, then tip in the egg mixture. Tilt the wok to make coating of egg. As soon as the omelette is cooked fold it from both side. Now take it in a plate you can serve as it is or make tiny pieces accompany with tomato sauce. Some hard toast bread few slices of your favorite fruit and small sweet dessert can make the breakfast platter complete. Enjoy Sunday breakfast!


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    Be Happy And Stay Healthy.


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