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Monday, 20 June 2011

Mexican Egg dish


This is one of Rukmadakshi's recipe that I learnt from a popular program on Zee bangla, Ranna Ghar. I modified it slightly for the sake of calories, using only 4 eggs, instead of 6. This is an awesome snack and a complete in itself, when served with toasted bread and soup.

ingredients4KK 
1. Egg - 4
2. Boiled chicken pieces - 1 cup
3. Stir-fried prawns - 1 small cup
4. Grated cheese cubes - 2
5. Chopped Onion - 1 cup
6. Chopped Tomato - blanched - 1 cup
7. Finely chopped ginger - 1 teaspoon
8. Finely chopped garlic - 2 teaspoons
9. Finely chopped parsley or oregano
10. Paprika powder and red chilli flakes
11. Refined oil and salt
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Heat oil in a non-stick pan. fry the onion  and tomatoes. then add garlic and ginger and oregano. Add the chicken pieces along with prawn. Saute for two minutes. Cover the mixture with 4 eggs (beaten). Sprinkle grated cheese, paprika powder and red chilli flakes. Close the lid and simmer for 5 minutes, till the egg settles and cheese melts. Remove from heat. Cut into wedge-shaped slices, like a pizza and serve hot.


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7 comments:

RESHMEE said...

i hadwatched the rukma dakshi episode and tried this out..........its really very good and tastes great when served with garlic bread

Roshmi Sinha said...

Wow! Looks yumm and must be too :)

P.S. Subhayan sure is having a great time... escaping camel piss camouflaged as daal and batman chicken :)

SGD said...

Sounds simple and v.v. tasty!!!
Ei weekend e banaboi...
Quite like a frittata but without the final grilling stage, tai na?

indira mukerjee (ইন্দিরা মুখার্জি) said...

yes, so far i remember it is very much similar to Frittata... an authentic Mexican dish!

swarna sarkar said...

hey indira I learn the recipe from the same source....it was excellent to eat........but do you know its mexican name I was searching for it.....

ইমরান আল হাসান said...

জিভে জল এসে গেলো। বউকে বলতে হবে রাঁধতে।

indira mukerjee (ইন্দিরা মুখার্জি) said...

@Swarna Sarkar
the Mexican version is known as FRITTATA !