One of the many side dishes that accompany a Singaporean dinner is the simple omelette. It’s versatile and fast to cook. What I don’t get sometimes is the rather expensive cost of a simple plate of omellet at many of our eating houses. I never order any at the restaurant even though I like omelettes. Anyway, for dinner one day, I had only half an hour to whip out something rather substantial for dinner. I stir-fried some beef with kailan and made an omelette. Instead of the usual onions and chillies in the egg, I used fresh from the garden mint. I love eggs so I’ll be posting quite a few egg dishes from now on. I’m hoping to make a mushroom frittata soon after watching an episode from Anna Olsen’s cooking show.