Saturday, 21 March 2015

Creamy Egg scramble




Its a start of spring here in Austin & I cant tell you how happy I am. The sun is up,  its so bright & nice... I love this time of season the most. I have already done my Patio cleaning for the spring & waiting to decorate it this week. I have also been so busy this & last month with so many cake orders. I am also catering my desserts to a catering company that delivers to offices across Austin. Now that is a super good news for me. So my weeks are very unpredictable, I can get a order any time & I need to be ready to take it. I am loving the way my life is going as I am totally occupied & doing something that I am passionate about. However I will definitely find some time out of my busy schedule to blog once in a while.


Today I am sharing one of my favorite Breakfast egg recipes. This recipe is super simple & not many know about this. I remember as a child when we visited Bangalore, my parents used to take us to a cafe in MG road. I really don't know the name of the cafe nor the dish. But I remember that we used to order this dish. You all know that I am from a foodie family. My parents have this habit of asking the restaurant people for recipe & fortunately they shared the recipe:) This is how I made it...

Making time: 5mins
Serves: 1 person
1 Non stick Pan for cooking

Ingredients:
  • 1 whole egg
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • salt to taste
  • Black pepper for garnish
  • 1 tspn Oil
  • 1 Large toasted Bread
Method:
  1. Lightly beat the egg, milk & salt in a bowl
  2. Heat the non stick pan on low flame, add oil & egg mixture into the pan. Now start scrambling the eggs with a wooden spatula until it all comes together, This should take less than a minute. When you see the milk separating you know the eggs are done.
  3. Now take it out & pour it on top of the toasted bread. Garnish the eggs with Black pepper powder
Note:
  1. The pan should not be very hot, the flame should be on low heat. In case you feel the pan is very hot, turn off the heat. 
  2. Do not over cook the eggs. The egg texture should be soft, creamy & you will see the milk slowly starting to separate. 

5 comments:

  1. Looks great, tempting to eat. It's healthy and best suited for busy breakfast :)

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  2. Wow..that would make a perfect breakfast option...looks yumm

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  3. Simple yet yummy scrambled egg:)
    Hope to see you sometime soon in my space:)
    www.masalakorb.com

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Sheela:)