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Thursday, 21 July 2011

Egg Pepper Burji

I woke up today from an after-lunch nap with an answer to the question in mind.  It’s nothing but casting the next post in this new blog of mine. I headed to kitchen and checked if the below items are there in kitchen shelf and refrigerator. Though the olive oil bottle made me a little desperate, luckily the content in it came exactly to a table spoon. Yuppiee!! So an evening tea with Egg Burji is confirmed. Let’s move on....

You too check if you have these listed items in your cooking shelves:

Egg - 2
Onion (cut into small pieces) - 1 medium sized
Thin sliced Garlic - 2 cloves
Minced ginger – a small piece
Curry leaves – 1 stem
Tomato - 1
Ground pepper - 1 teaspoon
Coriander powder 1 teaspoon
Garam masala -1 pinch
Olive oil – 1 Tb spoon
Mustard seed – 1 teaspoon
Salt – to taste
Sliced green chilli - 4 no. s
Coriander leaves – to garnish

If ‘YES’,
Pour olive oil in a frying pan and while getting heated, put minced garlic into it and sauté till it turns brown. Put mustard seeds into this and leave it to spatter. Add onion and garlic and sauté till it turns light brown. Follow this with tomato, green chilli and curry leaves. Fry this mixture for 2-3 minutes, add coriander powder into it and make it dry. Add 4-5 spoons of water and mix it. Add the separated egg to this and stir continuously till it turns to fine minces. Add garam masala, salt and pepper. Fry till drying up. Serve with cut coriander leaves and have it with a 'double strong' tea.

If ‘NO’,
Just enjoy drooling looking at this picture...!!


Jacob's ma said...


Phayas AbdulRahman said...

ayyennaa...?? aarenkilum ivide thuny azhichittu nikkunnundo..? :P

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