I was maybe on my third consecutive night of scrambled eggs for dinner when I happened upon the recipe for a Ros Omelette in Chaat. The Ros Omelette involves making just two simple components: The ros, or gravy, begins with coconut oil that you use to soften some chopped onions, tomato, garlic and ginger paste, turmeric, and chile powder. When her restaurant Chaatable in Nashville was open for brunch, the Ros Omelette was one of the most popular dishes. The omelet feels, in many ways, like the perfect alone food. In that way, Chaat and its creamy, aromatic Ros Omelette are the perfect antidotes for our time.