Thursday, November 08, 2012

5 Minute Spicy Bread and Egg Masala...step by step.


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I really dont know what to name this easy breakfast dish....amma used to make this for me while growing up....sometimes as breakfast.....sometimes as a mid afternoon snack....

Amma is a wonderful cook, sometimes I am amazed at her creativity in cooking....she makes the most difficult recipes...easy!....

Today morning, I made this simple and easy breakfast dish.....its so easy to make....bachelors will love this 5 min breakfast so does working women.

This is one breakfast which needs very little oil; if cooked in a nonstick pan....and can be ready in just about 5 minutes...

Ingredients:
Egg: 1, slightly beaten.
Onion: 2 medium, chopped.
Green chilly: 1-2, chopped (adjust to your tolerance level).
Capsicum: Half, chopped.
Tomato: 1 medium, chopped.
Bread slices: 2.
Pepper powder: 1/2 tsp.
Salt to taste.
Oil: 1 tbsp.

Method:
Keep everything ready; beaten eggs, pepper, bread slices....everything will happen fast :)
Get the veggies ready...

Heat a pan preferably a non stick, pour 1 tbsp oil or lesser if you are very oil conscious.....dunk in the onions and chopped green chilly....just stir for a few seconds.

Then add the tomatoes....and salt...stir.

And the capsicum...stir for a few seconds.

Pour in the beaten eggs...simmer the fire.

Immediately crumble the two slices of bread and add it.

Mix well...add pepper powder...stir for a min or two until all is well incorporated.

That's it...serve hot.

Enjoy this easy breakfast.....kids will love this


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16 comments:

  1. Quick & easy..an inviting snack too!!!
    Prathima rao
    Prats Corner

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  2. Perfect and looks tooo colorful... Inviting...
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  3. Love this..I too sometimes make this,especially when I want to limit the amount of eggs..this looks so yum

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  4. Wish i get this masala rite now,makes me hungry even after having my dinner,droolworthy food.

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  5. nisa thnks fr ths easy recipe...very tempting...

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  6. What a tasty treat to finish off the meal! Yum…..!

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  7. Trited with bread but never added eggs to it.. Sound interesting and looks colourful..Sure it will taste great..
    Happy diwali to you and to your family..

    Saras
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  8. I love easy breakfasts like this. Perfect for a weekday protein boost. Nice plate of chile and eggs!

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  9. thanks..........................................akkaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

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  10. My daughter loves this. Thanks for this wonderful recipe.

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    1. That is wonderful news!! so glad your daughter loved it!! thanks for stopping by :)

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  11. your blog is lovely!! inspires me to start a blog of my own...thanks to all the lovely recipies

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