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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Bombay French Toast, spicy ish-tyle

Breakfast is like one of the most important meals of the day and if you are like me, who loves to start off on a delicious savoury note, then this dish is for you. Not only for breakfast, it can be made as a lazy brunch or just snack off if you wish to. Interestingly, I made this today - for dinner. See, it is that versatile, quick & easy. Tastes best when served warm.



Preparation:

Whisk together in a bowl - 2 tbsp of milk, salt, 1 tsp hot sauce or less (or finely chopped green chilli/cayenne/red chilli flakes - for some heat), 1 egg and a pinch of turmeric. Add 1/4th cup finely chopped onion, 1 clove of minced garlic and cilantro. Mix well.

Heat a pan with 1/2 tsp of oil on medium-heat.

Meanwhile, cut each bread (white or wheat) into 2 triangles. Dip the bread in the egg mixture for a 30-45 seconds.

Gently transfer the egg-soaked-bread onto the pan. Spoon some onion mixture on the top if you want to.

Cook until golden brown on both side.

Serve with some ketchup or just as-is and sip hot black tea on-side..contemplating about how good the day will be for you and for people around you. :-)

Isn't it the best way to start your day!

Hope you all have a great weekend ahead.

until next time,
Siri

16 comments :

  1. Egg toast is my fav...spicy version sounds super yum

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  2. I am with you here...masala french toast any day over the sweet version!

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  3. Slurp, spicy french toast looks fantastic, am drooling here..

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  4. What a coincidence, I made this for lunch yesterday for my son. After making the french toast, I made it into a cheese sandwich by melting cheese in the middle of 2 toasts.. Yummy.. Nice pics. Enjoy your weekend.

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  6. Love this brunch any time. I just replace the egg with besan (chickpea flour.
    Wish a great weekend to you too, Siri. Take care.

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  7. Mouth watering and colorful recipe.. looks really good !!

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  8. spicy crunchy toast i am also thinking of making it for priya's event
    1st time here wonderful space take time to see my blog

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  9. Yum! I like your "fusion" French toast! Sound very flavourful!

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  10. Thank you everybody for taking time to drop in your lovely comments. :-).

    Best,
    Siri

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  11. thank you for adding this to recipe diary, i am trying it tonight :)

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  12. Yummm.. I'm making it tomorrow...

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  13. I made this for BF today. Turned out delicious Siri :)

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