The search for the perfect egg sandwich is ubiquitous.  Looking for that satisfying breakfast treat that can carry you through the afternoon, or make a perfect late night snack. One that takes a few minutes to make. The classic Indian street food, the bread omelet, wins the day. It's a rich combination of bread, egg, and spice, all in one -- a new mainstay for your kids, for lazy weekend afternoons, or a comfort food for you, almost any time of day. 


bread slices
1 tbsp Garlic olive oil
1 tbsp Butter olive oil
2 large eggs
1 tsp Kosher salt
1/2 tsp dried crushed chili flakes
1/2 tsp black pepper powder
(Optional: diced tomatoes and diced onions)

In a medium bowl, whisk eggs until frothy. Add the rest of the ingredients. Then whisk again. Set aside. Heat a flat, wide skillet on medium low. When heated, add Garlic (less than 1 tsp) and Butter oil. Then add the egg mixture and spread it evenly from edge to edge. Place the bread slices on egg mixture, beside each other, and centred. Gently press the bread slices down with your fingers into the egg mixture. Brush the bread slices, facing up, with Garlic olive oil. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes. Then carefully, with a wide metal spatula flip with bread side down on pan. After another minute or so, using your spatula, turn the wider edges of omelet towards the centre. Press down and once secure, turn one slice of bread on top of the other with cooked omelet in between. Flip a couple of times until both sides of the bread are golden brown. Serve your Indian Bread Omelet with a drizzle of Garlic olive oil, Sriracha or ketchup. YUM!