Saturday, November 1, 2008

INDIAN STYLED FRENCH TOAST--Recipe Marathon #2

DAY 1 OF RM # 2

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This is something that everyone would be quiet

familiar with and would love to munch upon.The other day when i was quite bored

with the regular household chores and wanted to give myself a break ,i just couldnt

think of a thing to do.I made these for yesterday's B'fast and they cameout so fluffy

and beautiful.It actually didnt smell eggy at all ,due to the spices i added in them.All

the credit goes to Nupur of One Hot Stove.I tweaked it a little bit to suit our tastebuds

and didnt go with the onions in them.

I guess you all would be quite familiar with DK's Recipe Marathon where bloggers

need to post 30 diffrent recipes on 30 consecutive days of a month starting right from

today.... So keep watching for 30 diffrent recipes from me......



INGREDIENTS:


White Bread---------------4-5 slices

Eggs------------------------3 large

Milk------------------------1/4 cup

Coriander Leaves---------1tsp finely chopped

Green chillies-------------1-2 chopped

Pepper---------------------1/4 tsp

Salt,Oil--------------------as required

Ginger-garlic paste-------1/4tsp

Allspice powder-----------1/4 tsp





DIRECTIONS:

1.In a bowl take 1/4 cup milk, beat the eggs and whisk properly .

2.To the whisked egss add Salt,Pepper, Allspice powder, finely minced green chillies,finely minced cilantro. Whisk properly till all the spices are thoroughly mixed without forming lumps.

3.Heat a small pan and add tsp of oil.

4.Transfer the a small amount of egg mixture sufficient enough for a couple of slices to a wide enough/squared bowl and Place each side of a slice alternatively once in the bowl and slightly press in for 4 secs .Placing for a more time will make the slice smell eggy and soggy.

5.Immediately fry turning regularly till it turns golden brown and thoroughly cooked else they smell/taste real bad...u may feel the rawness too.. soo fry until the egg is cooked around .slice it up or just eat it as a whole slice.

6.One thing about these slices is that they doesn't taste that good when cold.... So jump on...




Check out the other recipe marathon runners:1).DK2).Siri3).Srivalli4).Ranji5).PJ6).Curry Leaf7).Medha8).Priya9).Bhawana10).Ruchi11).Arundathi12).Kamala13.)Divya Kudua14.)Roopa

23 comments:

anudivya said...

Raaji, I will be looking forward to all your recipes for the marathon. Keep them coming!
THis is simple and easy with Indian flavors, nice.

Arundathi said...

fantastic photos, raaji! i love indian french toast too. as for the marathon, i think you need to link to the other marathoners. good luck!

Priya said...

Amazing french toast Raaji...simple n easy with our usual ingredients, delicious..

kamala said...

I used to make sweet version of this..Lovely pics Raaji..Good luck

PJ said...

Nice to run with u raaji..

Curry Leaf said...

Simple,Easy and very tasty and lovely presentation.Healthy way to start your day and ofcourse Marathon. Love it

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

love the picture.. who is the photographer for your dishes? :) this one looks like garlic bread.yummmy..looking forward to your daily recipes.. yay!!

n33ma said...

I dnt know nothin abt the marathon.....I need to check it out..
Love the spicy version and such good photos.
Plz visit my blog for I have somethin waiting for you.

Mandira said...

this looks easy and delicious!

ranji said...

fabulous photos raaji!!..the french toast looks pretty tempting..good luck for RM!!!:)

Madhu said...

This is good for weekend brunch. Pics are lovely Raaji.

srikars kitchen said...

looks perfect & Yummy... delicious entry.. perfect click..

Divya Vikram said...

Beautiful toast! Good luck runing the marathon.

Bhawana said...

Great Raaji, lovely pic. This is my tomorrow post :D.

Vibaas said...

Looks delicious. You have wonderful recipes and wonderful photos to go with them. Very nice blog.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

WOW... This is my all time fav. We always love to have it with some kurma. Ur picture is so tempting. YUM!

Cham said...

Simple and delicious toast! Best of Luck!

rekhas kitchen said...

mmm yum yum looks so yummy

DEESHA said...

i love french toast .. looks yumm

Srivalli said...

Thats lovely!..what the theme is french toast!...:)..bawana has also done the same

Medhaa said...

Love french toast can have it anytime of the day and its so easy to prepare.

It lovely to be able to run the marathon with you. Good Luck

Anonymous said...

Thank u v.much Raaji for such yummy recipe....

Abhishek said...

Hey,I only recently came across your recipe. Its very simple and very good. I do a very similar(almost same) thing but without the milk & ginger-garlic.Tried out your method its awesome......