Sunday, February 14, 2010

Egg Bhurji Wrap / Egg Curry Wrap

Egg Bhurji Wrap / Egg Curry Wrap

I have just gotten used to cooking eggs at home ie once kids started eating them, earlier to that I could hardly bear the smell of raw eggs. But I have since learnt to cook eggs camouflaging the smell. Well see I grew up is super authentic vegetarian home, where eggs were no-no.

Today's recipe I am sure is very common, but to me this is new. Eggs are super high in protein and keep your hunger pangs in control. This recipe can be customized according to your style, you can add choice of your vegetables like asparagus, mushroom, and grated cauliflower etc.

5 medium eggs
1 medium Onion cubes finely
2 tbsp green chilies
2 tomatoes
few curry leaves

1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
2 tbsp cumin powder
1 tbsp garam masala
2 tbsp oil
salt according to taste

Roti or Tortilla for wrap

Step1. Heat 2 tbsp oil in a pan,when hot add curry leaves, ginger garlic paste and onions and saute till they turn golden brown.

Step 2 : When onions turn golden color, break 5 eggs into the pan slowly one after the other.
Step 3 : Allow the eggs to cook while lowering the flame, let it cook without tossing too much.
Step 4 : After 2 -3 minutes toss the egg mixture and mix till all the ingredients are well incorporated.
Step 5 : Allow it to cook for about 4-5 minutes , once done allow to cool and garnish with coriander leaves.
Step 6 : Now wrap the egg burji in a roti or tortilla and enjoy an wholesome meal.
Tastes well when egg burji is hot to warm, you can sprinkle lemon juice if you like it a little tangy.


kitchen queen said...

hmmmmmmmmmmmm very temting and inviting wrap.

Asha said...

Makes wonderful breakfast or brunch. Yummy.

Rina said...

Indeed an egg curry post from you suprised me..

Luv the step by step presentation..somehow never used tomotoes in scrambled egg curries..will definetly try ur version..should be gr8 w/ chapati or tortilla wraps..

Grapefruit said...

Like you, always hated eggs as a kid and this is the only way I will eat them when I do!
The photos are lovely :)

Anonymous said...

Yum, those photos are absolutely mouthwatering! I'm not a huge fan of eggs but my boyfriend is so I just may have to whip this up for him for breakfast one day!

Kevin said...

This sounds like a really nice way to do eggs!

Marlis said...

sounds a lot like Akuri. Yummy.

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