Day 4 - Blogging Marathon - Capsicum Egg Burji

The dishes that I am posting for this marathon are the ones that were made for my nieces. This marathon is dedicated to my nieces K & T. Love you girls and missing you. Wanna make your favourite dishes again for you. Hope you are visiting us in the near future.
They like egg scramble just like that without any salt or pepper. I made it a couple of times for them. As soon they ate hot scarmble they asked me if it was cheese. This dish is an inspiration from that , as in how you can add veggies to the daily diet of kids using this dish

All that goes into this dish
  • Eggs - 2 beaten well with a pinch of salt
  • Onion - 1 chopped
  • Capsicum - 1 chopped
  • Pepper powder - to taste
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil - 2 tsps
How do you make this Egg Burji
  • Break the eggs in a bowl and whisk them with a little salt
  • In a wok add a little oil
  • When the oil is hot add the chopped onions followed by capscicum
  • Saute them a little
  • Make sure the crunchiness of capsicum and onion is retained
  • Adjust salt and pepper to the kids taste
  • When it is done add the beaten egg and mix well
  • Slowdown the flame and keep stirring carefully till the eggs are done
  • Serve hot with bread toast or just like that

Note : You can add any veggies to the egg as long as it is like by your kid. This can also be used as an excellent filling for sandwiches

Ok, Im a little early to visit my fellow runners kitchens, so what lets go... come along ..


Jayashree said...

Nice and healthy version.

Priya Suresh said...

Yumm, thats a delicious and tempting egg burji,love the addition of capsis..

Srivalli said...

Good that your nieces enjoy this1

Ila said...

hmmm yummy and my favourite egg burji :)

Unknown said...

I make a similar bhurji for breakfast. Adding cheddar cheese adds more flavor. We have it with toast. Looks healthy.

veena said...

lovely click

MySpicyKitchen said...

Like for any meal of the day, breakfast,lunch or dinner

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