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Recipe to make shallow egg fried toast for breakfast!!!

Updated on November 18, 2015

They are yummy and nutrious!!!

Its true when we say "Sunday ho ya Monday rooj khaoo anday" !!(which means you can have eggs everyday whether it is Sunday or any other day of the week)

Eggs are always preferred for break fast they are easy to make and are full of nutrients ,they are a kind of complete food for all they are rich in protein and iron which are important nutrients needed by our body .

Recipe for Shallow fried Egg Toast for breakfast :--

Ingredients to be used to make shallow egg fried toast
1) Two eggs
2) Two tablespoons milk,
3) salt to taste
4) 1/2 tsp powdered black pepper
5) 4 teaspoons white butter(optional if you cook in the nonstick pan you may cook with out butter too)
6) 4 thick pieces of bread 9yu may use whole wheat bread or multi grain bread to make your food more nutritious)
7) thinly sliced green chili and thinly chopped coriander leaves(both are rich in vitamin C)
8) one small onion finely chopped (,fry them in little butter before adding to the beaten batter of the egg,they taste great if pre fried you may use them without frying if you are calorie conscious)

Utensils required to make the toast

A shallow frying pan for frying the egg toast
A wooden spatula to flip the toasts on the pan if nonstick pans are used ,else you can you stainless steel one

These toasts taste great if eaten fresh and hot so when the table is all set for breakfast ,one should heat the pan and beat the eggs ,they are quick to make and are very tasty too,

Method to make the toast

Beat the eggs with 2 tsp of milk, ad salt and pepper green chopped chili and finely chopped onions and coriander in a bowl to the beaten eggs,
Heat a shallow pan over a medium low flame
once hot, add one tsp of butter. Once the butter melts,
put the slice of bread into the bowl and flip it on both sides to engulf it with the egg batter
slowly pick it and place it on the heated frying pan flip the toast with a wooden spoon or spatula to cook on both the sides ,take a pause ,so that they become light brown

Immediately remove the fried toast from the frying pan and serve them hot with tomato sauce or ketchup repeat the same procedure with all the other 3 slices of bread one by one,while removing the toast from the pan lower the flame of the stove so that when another bread is placed on the frying pan it will not get burnt.


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      Sarika Mehra 7 years ago

      frogyfish,it's excellent recipe for breakfast .I really love them ,the best thing is we can make them without oil or butter if we want to ,they are healthy as we use wheat or multi grain bread to make them .

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      frogyfish 7 years ago from Central United States of America

      This is a really delightful sounding and different recipe that I must try. I love French toast, but this 'sugarless' version of the similar type is interesting. Thank you for sharing your tips and recipe.


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