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


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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  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
    Dish In 30 minutes event with Giveaway

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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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