Sunday, June 7, 2009

Egg burji for breakfast

Now that we've moved to India, I do miss some of my kitchen tools. I miss my knife the most. Although the gas stove here more than makes up for it!

Egg burji

Burji refers to anything scrambled - eggs, paneer. For the egg burji, I used some finely diced onions, green chillies serrano peppers), and fresh coriander (cilantro). I've also used capsicum (green peppers), mushrooms, corn, and tomatoes in the past. You could use pretty much anything that suits your fancy. I like to keep it simple for breakfast, but you could add garam masala, if you feel inspired.

Egg burji

Saute the veggies (for about 30 seconds) while you whisk the eggs, add fresh coriander, pour frothy eggs into the pan, and let eggs cook. Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Wow, that looks great. Think I may have to give it a try for breakfast tomorrow! Found your blog via Domesticali and have enjoyed reading about your indian adventures. x

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