Showing posts with label Breakfast. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Breakfast. Show all posts

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Omelette stuffed with Salami

Stuffed Omelette Recipe

Eggs and me, inseparable! I just cannot get enough of eggs. It is must have in my breakfast. Whenever my mom asks me what I want to have for breakfast, invariably I will say "Omelette and Parantha". It just fills my heart with gladness! Oh la la, I just cannot stop talking about eggs.

Now, at times I do not plan what I want to cook. I will see what is in the fridge and then make something out of it. And today morning exactly this happened. My wife loves English breakfast, she is not the type of woman who loves stuffed paranthas like yours truly does. And I am a typical punjabi lad, I love my paranthas and butter. 

I saw some chicken salami and eggs in the fridge and thought of trying something different. And so I thought, why not stuff my Omelette with salami. Also, look at Shakshuka which is another fantastic breakfast.

Here is the the simple Omelette turned into a more delicious form.

Stuffed Omelette
Stuffed Omelette

Stuffed Omelette
Stuffed Omelette

Now doesn't it look so English and yummy?

Let me get you guys straight to recipe.

Stuffed Omelette


Omelette stuffed with Chicken Salami or Ham.Perfect Sunday breakfast in a new unique way. Full of protein and nutrients.

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Cook time:
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Serves: 1

2 Eggs
5 nos. Chicken Salami or Ham
Little Oil
Salt to taste
Black Pepper

  1. Now first of all, break your eggs in a bowl.
  2. Add salt and pepper and beat the eggs. Simple, nothing fancy.
  3. Now the fancy stuff. Stack the salamis on top of each other.
  4. Take a very small steel bowl. The size should be equivalent to what size of salami you want in your Omelette.
  5. Press it hard on the salami stack upside down and cut through.
  6. Voila, you will have perfectly round shape salamis for your Omelette.
  7. You can either heat up the salami in microwave for 1 minute or put in Omelette just like that.
  8. Now heat the tawa or flat pan. Add some oil.
  9. Pour the beaten egg and spread it across.
  10. Place salamis on the omelette like you see in above picture.
  11. Fold it and cook through.
  12. Serve it with the outer part of salami. Why to waste it?

Your Stuffed Omelette with Chicken Salami is ready! 

So cook for your husband and make him take you out for shopping on Sunday. :-)

Do rate the recipe and share your comments below.

Love Raj

Sunday, 25 October 2015

Egg Frittata

Frittata Recipe or How to make Frittata

Hi Bhukkads,

How are you?

Weekend and time for that innovative and amazing breakfast, isn't it? Well that is exactly what I had today on this Lazy Sunday Morning. Two things I did, made this amazing breakfast and dusting of the house. Well, that is my way of helping my wife at home on weekends. Trust me, I do both things with passion as I like my food good and my house without a spec of dust.

Anyway, enough bragging and lets get to drooling. I have always though of baking eggs a fantastic way to have eggs. Egg Frittata was one thing that I wanted to make as I love eggs. Give me eggs anytime, in any form, I will be happy! It is also a more nutritious form as you can add as many veggies that you want. I had only peas and onions in the house and made do with them but you can add anything that you want. Carrots, capsicum, mushroom, anything you love! Well, if I had planned it well, I could have added salami and sausages too! Hell yeah! Though Frittata in Italian translates to "fried" but I baked them totally except the veggies that I sauteed beforehand.


Saturday, 18 April 2015

Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs Recipe or How to make Scotch Eggs

Breakfast on weekends is something everyone always looks forward too. Though we are so much used to Paranthas or Omlettes, I love to expreriment and bring the oh-so-good chicken in my breakfast. That is why I tried these Scotch Eggs.

I have done experiments earlier as well like I did this Shakshuka which is an amazing Moroccon breakfast.

But these Scotch Eggs are as English as they can get.

Scotch Eggs
Scotch Eggs
A very typical English dish, Scotch Eggs are known to be invented in london in 1738 but then it is also very similar to Mughal dish Nargisi Koftas. In UK, packaged Scotch Eggs are easily available at departmental stores. In Netherland, they are also called "little bird's nest".

Lets get to the recipe straightaway.


  1. Chicken Mince or Keema.
  2. Eggs.
  3. Dried Mixed Herbs
  4. Oregano
  5. Piri Piri Spice Mix
  6. Salt to taste.
  7. Oil for deep frying.
  8. Bread Crumbs

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Healthy Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs or Deviled Eggs Recipe

It is every morning fare at our place, especially in winters. Me and my twin sons eat boiled eggs sans the yolk. They way they don't like the yolk reminds me of my childhood and how even I used to hate the yolk in boiled eggs. Well, it is a good thing as by not eating yolk we are avoiding FAT. But then all white becomes bland.

Deviled Eggs is something that came to my mind and I have seen to so many variations of Deviled Eggs. I actually did not want to create the same thing but wanted to see if I can do something new and make it healthy as well.

So here it is, Deviled Eggs with Hummus 3 Ways. I had made Hummus a day prior and had some leftover. So, That is how I got the idea of this. See, how leftovers can be easily used in a fantastic way.

You may also want to try Egg In A Hole.

Deviled Eggs
Deviled Eggs with Hummus
Deviled Eggs can be traced back to ancient Rome. Traditionally, they are served cold. Hard boiled eggs are cut into half lengthwise. Yolk is removed and then crumbled and mixed with mayonnaise and mustard or other ingredients and then stuffed back.

But as the name I gave, my Deviled Eggs are healthy and a fusion of European and Lebanese fare. I stuffed them with Hummus in 3 different variations. Not only it makes the the eggs to colorful but also variety of flavor adds the interest and it is super healthy.

Deviled Eggs
Deviled Eggs with Hummus

Lets see how the recipe goes.


  1. 4 hard boiled eggs.
  2. Hummus. Find the recipe here.
  3. Red Bell Pepper.
  4. Spinach

Now we are using Hummus which already has a lot of flavor so we will not be adding additional salt or any other spice. If you feel the Hummus that you have made has less salt, just sprinkle some salt on top or add more salt in Hummus as with the boiled eggs it might taste bland. Make it as per your taste.

Friday, 30 January 2015

Nihari Gosht - The food for the Kings

Hi Folks,

Hope you all are doing good. Weekend is coming and I am looking forward to cook something delicious, you too? Right?

Well, with just that in mind I thought of sharing this Nihari Gosht recipe with you which is a very traditional and comes the lanes of  Old Delhi and even today it is served for breakfast. Yes, for breakfast. So much to learn!

Well , it comes from Arabic word "Nahar" meaning Day and it was served to kings after sunrise prayers.

Well, I would simple share the recipe before you look like a kid drooling!! :P

Mutton Nihari
Nihari Gosht or Mutton Nihari
Mutton Nihari
Nihari Gosht or Mutton Nihari
What I am sharing here is a variation of Mutton Nihari which is much simpler as the original Nihari was cooked for 6-8 hours.


  1. Mutton with bone. No boneless as bone marrow gives the taste and is essential to this dish.
  2. One medium onion.
  3. Salt to taste.
  4. Red chilli power
  5. Coriander Power
  6. Turmeric Powder
  7. Saunf Powder
  8. Dried Ginger power or Saunth.
  9. Ginger julienne and Coriander for garnishing
  10. Oil.
  11. Atta or Wheat Flour

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Shakshuka - African Eggs

Shakshuka Recipe

When you say breakfast with eggs. What comes to you mind? Omelette? French Toasts? Scrambled eggs or Bhurji? Half Fry? Sunny Side up?

Well, I am going to share a breakfast that is as unique as a Dodo in India. Why? Because it is very non-Indian, it is Moroccan. It is sort of heavy, protein rich and yummy!!! And its different, that's the beauty of it!

Yes, today the recipe that I am going to share is an African dish called Shakshuka but I have given it a twist of my own. Well, once you get a general idea after reading this post, even you can make your own twist.

Shakshuka is a staple of TunisianLibyanAlgerianMoroccan, and Egyptian cuisines. Because eggs are the main ingredient, it is often on breakfast menus, but in Israel, it is also a popular evening meal.

Click here to know more about it

Look at the pic below and you will have some idea.

Shakshuka - African eggs
Shakshuka - African eggs

Shakshuka - African eggs
Shakshuka - African eggs

Recipe of Shakshuka - African Eggs:


  1. 3 Eggs
  2. Some Salami or cooked seekh kebabs. I used both of them.
  3. Chopped Onions.
  4. Chopped Tomatoes
  5. Dried mixed herbs and dried rosemary
  6. Salt and Pepper.
  7. Coriandor for garnishing

Thursday, 22 January 2015

Egg In A Hole

Egg in a hole or Egg in a hole recipe

Managing 4 year old twins is such a difficult job but sort of blessing as even as a father I cannot escape their responsibility. Everything has to be shared and mother does not get to do everything alone. So, I picked up the part which I love so much and that is cooking.

So, as I was making eggs Sunny Side up for my kids, I thought why not make it different. Then I got the idea from the shape cutters my kids have in their clay shape maker collection. Eggs are actually power house of protein and very important for kids. Though we as adults avoid yolk due to health reasons, I advocate giving yolks to kids alongwith whites as it is full of energy which kids need. Also, if they have cold, hard boiled eggs with yolk really does wonder.

Sunny Side Up
Bread Pitt - Eggs inside the bread with suuny side up.

Though I did not use it, I just used a small bowl to make the cut that you can see in which out little shiny sun is chilling out!!!

It a is a very simple recipe but still let me put it step by step.

  1. 2 Eggs.
  2. 4 bread slices
  3. Salt and Pepper as per taste.
  4. 1-2 table spoons oil.