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Monday, October 20, 2008

Fried Egg Sambal

Some say they are a work of pranksters, some say they are created by aliens who are trying to communicate some sort of message and a third theory says they are part of a natural phenomenon for which an explanation will be found sooner or later.

Wondering what am I talking about??

A Crop Circle...

As the name suggests, these are some intriguing circular designs made by flattening standing crops in a field. i.e with some their stems bent down, not cut to make these patterns.

I was reading about 'Crop Circles' in a magazine today and was amazed by the mystery surrounded around them.

Here is the glimpse of one such crop circle formed in Windmill Hills, Wiltshire, England in 2002.


Image Credits: How Stuff works.com and Click here for an image gallery of crop circles.

Some believers and naysayers say they are work of God, but the truth remains still elusive - its a mystery unsolved!!

Now, talking about today's recipe. This has been in my bookmarks for ages now, and being a sunday, I wanted to have something simple yet yummy!

Meena's Fried Egg Sambal...



Adapted from here.

Ingredients:

5 eggs
1 medium Onion, finely chopped
1 medium Tomato, finely sliced
1 garlic clove, minced
1/4 tsp Turmeric
1/2 tsp Chilli powder
1/2 tsp Coriander powder
1 tsp Milk
Salt & Pepper to taste
2 tsp Oil

Preparation:

1. Heat a tsp of oil in a flat pan and fry the egss one after other, seasoning with salt and pepper. Set aside.

2. In a wok, heat the remaining tsp of oil and saute some garlic & onions, until brown. Add turmeric, chilli powder and coriander powder and fry for couple of seconds.

3. Drop in chopped tomatoes and cook for few minutes, until mushy. I also added a tsp of milk at this stage for a different flavor.

4. Finally mix in the fried eggs and coat the tomato-onion mixture around them. I served this yummy dish as a side with store-bought garlic tandoori naan!

One can add a tbsp of 'tomato paste' as specified in the original recipe.

Off this goes to dear Ruth's 'Bookmarked Recipes' event!

Have a great week ahead!

Cheers,
Siri

10 comments :

  1. Hi...
    This is a nice recipe. Looks so good. Good pictures.... Crop circle picture looks great!

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  2. Siri, that looks awesome... I have been following crop circle news for a long time... pretty interesting and intriguing isn't it?

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  3. I have this bookmarked too :)

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  4. I have this bookmarked too :)

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  5. that sambal looks fabulous... sundays are meant for such things!

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  6. I love egg like thes, going to make them when i am home alone . Will check out the link about the crop circle.

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  7. The easiest, quickest side in the world. Next to paneer bhurji of course! :)

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  8. Looks simple n quick to make Siri..Perfect for brunch!

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  9. This is one quick fix recipe I keep for the days when I am too tired for making elaborate dishes.

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  10. I have read about crop circles but have never seen such a pretty one as the one you have posted...

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