Eggs have taken the food world by storm, atleast in our office canteen, my office houses atleast 12 different caterers ….our office holds about 10000 people so 12 is still a small number. One would think it is a foodie’s paradise, to be part of the culinary experience…but sadly the 12 guys only try to out do each other in quantity and never on quality. They keep adding dishes to their menu boards to outsmart the other. I wish they rather focus on giving 1 great dish. Anyway, coming back to eggs, so this one guy introduced burma toast recipe. On googling I realised there was no such thing atleast what he sold as burma toast was never made in burma. I asked him, he said, burmese dont like their eggs sweet like the french (French toast reference!). I asked whether he is from Burma , he didnt look like one with chinky eyes and kid like grin that most of them carry. He ended our conversation saying, no I just heard about this…so I decided to name this spicy french toast as burmese toast.
Well, besides that there is egg frankie, egg maggi, egg sandwich, egg noodles , egg chat and many more…
I made this innovative wrap picking some cue ….it worked very well with my kid, who normally eats bread and removes the stuffed vegetable or egg below it.
2 bread slices
1 chopped onion
1 chopped tomatoes
1 green chilli finely chopped
1 tsp red chilly powder
1 pinch of crushed black pepper
salt to taste
Butter or Oil for frying
1) Break the eggs in a large bowl
2) Add green chillies, crushed black pepper, salt and mix well
3) Toast the bread slices using little butter
4) In a pan, brush some oil
5) Pour half of the egg mixture and make an omellete
) Flip over the omellete to cook from other side
7) Cut the bread into strips, and while still warm, sprinkle, onion, tomatoes, red chilli powder and salt on top
8) Place these spicy bread strips in the centre of the omellte and roll them over.
If you like, you can add grated cheese and sauces of your choice ketchup goes well