Masala Omelet Frittata | Keto Recipes | Headbanger's Kitchen

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  1. Omelettes are less work, but I do love frittatas as much. Despite being Indian, I didn’t know mutton refers to goat meat. All the Indians I knew growing up in Canada and the U.S. know it as meat from older sheep. I’m not a fan of either version of mutton, though

  2. I think there is a difference. For one thing, I always roast my vegetables before I put them in the egg mixture for a Frittata. And I put tons of veggies in my Frittata, where as, in an omelette, you can only fit a small amount of veggies, it's mostly egg. I also add cheese to the top…YUM! πŸ˜‹

  3. First i loved every time you said we are gonna cook cuz we are Indians, lol

    Question, is it me or there was something red when you were cracking eggs? I love eggs. I am looking for that perfect pasture raised eggs. But most of the time, i see these red things and i was always told that they are bad for u. Idk if that’s a Pakistani thing or there is really harm in eating those?

    Loved the recipe and i am hooked to your chicken 65!

  4. Mmm, I love Indian spices! I must try this! 'Omelette is made quickly over high heat, whereas frittata is made slowly over low heat. β€’ Ingredients are mixed with the batter in case of Frittata whereas the ingredients are placed on the omelet, and it is folded to wrap them inside. β€’ Omelette is folded whereas Frittata is open-faced."

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