Tuesday, January 15, 2008


This recipe was accidently born. It was a bad weather, I mean extremely cold. Feeling lazy not in a mood to go for my day to day veggie and milk shopping which they call kaimono in Japanese. But, I had to go or else there is no milk for next day's morning coffee. Called up my hubby and asked him to get while he is returning back home. But, he said he will come home and then we could go. After he came we decided to go to a nearby super market with our 1 yr old naughty son without baby car i.e, either one of us carrying him. We did our veggie shopping which included a pack of 10 eggs. We arrived near the apartment main entrance and thought of exchanging veggie cover with our son. So I was exchanging my son for a veggie bag, didn't hold the carry bag and my hubby didn't notice and dropped the bag-so our eggs were cracked and they were supposed to be treated immediately. I was almost tired for the day and 6 eggs were with huge cracks so, how to get them treated immediately was my question? so, my hubby replied me with his run time recipe within 15-20 min. Here goes his run time recipe- EGG PIZZA- It was real yummy! Today we had some Japanese guest we had decided to add this in our menu. It was a huge hit and they enjoyed it saying Oishii!

Egg Pizza- Serves 4 to 6
6 Eggs
1 medium sized-Chopped onion
1 Capsicum
1 Red bell pepper
1 Yellow bell pepper
1 Green chilli
4 Button mushrooms
1 medium sized Tomato (Thick with less juice is preferred) Chopped
1 tea spoon Red chilli powder
1 tea spoon Black ground pepper
Butter for frying
½ inch Ginger chopped
4 to 5 cloves Garlic chopped
1 pinch Turmeric powder
¼ cup Mozarella cheese
Coriander and Dill for garnishing (chopped)

Salt – as per taste
1 pinch Sugar
1) Break the eggs into a bowl. Beat well. Add a pinch of sugar and salt and beat again till it froths. Keep it aside.
2) Heat butter in a pan. Add onion and sauté. Add garlic and ginger and sauté. When the onion turns golden brown add other vegetables except tomato and sauté till done. Add turmeric powder.
3) Add salt and red chilli powder, and sauté little more. Now add tomato. Let the tomato not become too soft. Add a pinch of garam masala powder. Remove and keep aside.
4) In a thick bottomed, medium sized pan, add some butter and spread it on the entire pan. Heat the pan on a medium flame. Pour the beaten egg into the pan and cook on low heat.
5) Spread the cooked vegetables on the top. Add coriander and dill. And let it cook on a low heat. If required cover with a lid.
6) Once the egg is done, spread the grated cheese and cover with the lid and let the cheese melt
7) Serve hot with tomato sauce.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Fanatstic.. It was very yummy...I loved this...