Monday, August 29, 2011

Spicy Fried Egg

Monday, August 29, 2011
Had a small get together with friends over the weekend. And it has become my habit to serve boiled egg everytime we meet for dinner. So this time i thought i ll serve it in a different way instead just the plain boring boiled egg. To my expectation it turned out to be really tasty. Its very simple and has very less no of ingredients.

You need :

Eggs - 4 Boiled and shell removed
Onion - 1
Turmeric powder
Chilli powder or Pepper Powder

How you make it :

1. Make a paste out of the onion.
2. In a pan heat some oil and add the onion paste and fry well till the raw smell goes off and oil seperates. make sure you don't burn it. Fry it on low/medium heat.
3. Add the turmeric powder, salt and chilli powder/Pepper powder and mix well.
4. Add the boiled eggs and fry till the paste sticks to the eggs.Don't burn the eggs :)
5. Serve with biriyani/white rice.

Enjoy !!!

Cabbage Pakoda

Well, I wanted to make a quick snack today. So thought of making some pakodas. I had some cabbage left in the refrigerator and so i thought i'll add in some to the pakoda mix and it turned out really tasty. easy to make and a treat to your tastebuds.

All you need :

Gram flour - 1 1/2 cup
Rice flour - about 1/2 cup
Cabbage - thinly sliced about 2 1/2 cup
Onion - 1 sliced thin
Ginger - sliced thin about 2 tbsp
Green chillies - 4-5 chopped finely
Curry Leaves
Red chilli powder - about 1 tsp

This is how you do :

1. Mix all the ingredients well with your fingers. If need sprinkle very little water so that the flour coats the onion and cabbage.( Make sure you don't make it watery)
2. Heat oil in a deep frying vessel on a medium flame.
3. Drop the batter using your fingers in the oil to form small fritters and fry till they are cooked on all sides and turn golden brown.
4. Remove them onto a paper towel.
5. Serve with hot chai/ coffee.

This makes a wonderful snack espescially on a rainy evening :)

Smile :)

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