Start your week off right with an intriguing Egg Recipe


Do you have the same breakfast every day? For many of us, means bread toast, eggs, cereals, and perhaps paratha. But how about trying something new to start the week? So, instead of your normal omelette, try one of these simple egg recipes. Sameera Reddy, who is known for sharing details from her daily life, recently shared these fascinating egg dishes she made with her mother-in-law Manjri Varde. So, what do you have to lose?

Take a look at what she wrote below:

“How to make eggs more thrilling and delicious!” We’ll present you two options. A quick and easy way to make eggs into crepes. And then there’s the Parsi style, which is known as “Tamata per Eedu” (eggs on tomato). @manjrivarde and I are huge fans of Parsi food! She captioned the photo, “This dish is fantastic since it’s sweet and sour and very easy to make!”

Ingredients for Tamata par Eedu

2 – finely chopped onions

6 – chopped tomatoes

1/2 cup mashed potatoes (boiled)

3 tbsp – Extra Virgin Olive Oil

season with salt to taste

Turmeric powder, 1/2 teaspoon

1 teaspoon red chilli powder

Sugar, 3 tsp

coriander leaves, chopped

3 – The egg

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Sauté the onions in the oil until they become transparent.

Toss with the turmeric and chilli powder.

Combine the tomatoes, salt, and sugar in a mixing bowl.

Cook until the potatoes are tender. Coriander and boiling mashed potatoes

Make three dents in the tomato base, one for each of the eggs. Cover and cook until done. Serve immediately with roti or bread.

How do you create Easy Crepe Eggs?

1 – The egg

1 tbsp – Milk/Cream

season with salt and pepper to taste

Fillings can be whatever you choose. Cheese, sautéed mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach, and other ingredients can be used.

Consider the simplest method: *Use a deep kadhai and a small amount of butter (just to coat the pan).

*If your nonstick pan is good enough, skip the butter entirely.

*Preheat the kadhai over medium heat and pour in the whisked egg once it has warmed up. Continue to swirl the kadhai until the eggs have adhered to the sides.

*Make sure the base is even and the sides are thin. When it’s done, add the filling and gently nudge the sides to form an egg crepe.

Would you like to try it out right now?