Saturday, 20 October 2007

Spicy Eggy Bread

Bee and Jai have got me going with the eggciting egg ideas. This is not an entry for CLICK. Just a simple breakfast

Ingredients
2 eggs
2 tbspn milk
1 pinch salt .
2 slices white bread
1/2 tsp very finely minced green chillies
1 tbspn chopped coriander leaves
1 tbspn oil (for cooking) .
salt & black pepper


Method
1. Beat the milk, eggs, salt, pepper, green chillies and coriander, a large shallow bowl.
2. Heat the 1 tspn of oil in a frying pan
3. Cut the bread into half and place all of it in the egg mixture, coat both sides, let the bread soak up all the egg.
4. Place the bread in the frying pan, let it cook until brown, flip and cook the other side.
Serve
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19 comments:

african vanielje said...

Wow, my grandmother grew up speaking swahili but unfortunately I do not. I thought my heritage was mixed but you guys are much more interesting than me. Your eggy bread looks really delish. Thanks for visiting my PPN entry.

Asha said...

Eggy bread is fabulous!! I am hungry now!:))

maninas: food matters said...

This is a brilliant idea! :)

Rina said...

I make a sweet version of this which my mom used to called bombay toast. Thanx for the spicy version.

musical said...

Pretty looking toats, Saju. That must have made a great b'fast :0.

Dee & Chai said...

this looks like our anda pav recipe. but yours have come out more crisp- we want to try our recipe with your consistency of ingredients! thanks 4 posting.

bee said...

we love this way of using up eggs and bread. keep the eggy recipes coming!!

Vcuisine said...

Though I don't eat eggs, they look yummy Saju. Viji

Namratha said...

These look gr8 Saju, good recipe!

Kelly Mahoney said...

Sounds like a nice treat.

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Saju.....I want to have a slice of that now.....I am up for breakfast and saw this :-))

remya said...

simple breakfast...egg bread is lovely

Lissie said...

very good recipe! i usually make the sweet version. will surely try this one.

Padma said...

That bread looks so cool and sexy!

dara said...

this looks yummy and very simple to make. does it work best with white bread?

Saju said...

Thanks everyone for your comments.

Dara,
it works with brown too, but I prefer it with brown, because brown bread have strong flavour, and with these I want to taste the spicy egg flavour.

dara said...

thanks for the great recipe. i tried it out, and it was delicious!
here it is.

Anonymous said...

Respect the eggy bread!

Sweet is heresy!

Saju said...

I agree Anon, who can eat sweet after eating the spicy version?!

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