Egg starter

Today I am going to feature a recipe sent by a very good friend of mine, Rohan from Mumbai. He graciously accepted my suggestion and shared his recipe which is a starter. This starter can be served in any of the parties or potluck lunches and it is very easy to prepare.

See the recipe below.

Ingredients:

  • Boiled eggs 4
  • Tomato 1
  • Onion 1
  • Cheese 100 grams
  • Mayonnaise 2 table spoons
  • Chili flakes 1 tea spoon
  • Italian seasoning 1 tea spoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Coriander leaves

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Method:

Halve the boiled eggs  and take out the yolks. Keep the eggs aside.

Chop the onion and tomato into fine pieces.

Now in a bowl, add all the yolks which you removed from the eggs, and add salt, chili flakes, mayonnaise, Italian seasoning, chopped onion, chopped tomato, coriander leaves. Mix everything together with the help of fork.

Now fill this mixture in the eggs.

In a plate arrange all the eggs and grate any processed cheese on them.

Egg starter is ready.

It’s so easy that you can ask your kids also to take part in making this dish.

Sauteed mushroom and red oak lettuce sandwich

Sunday mornings are lazy and there is only one thing which can pull you out of your cozy bed and that is sumptuous breakfast. So let’s see how we can achieve this through an interesting sandwich!2016-11-27 11.58.54 1 (2).jpg

Here is the recipe of Sauteed mushroom and red oak lettuce sandwich.

Ingredients:

  • Bread slices 2 nos. (It’s up to you which bread to use)
  • Red oak lettuce (finely chopped)
  • Button mushroom (finely chopped, you can use any mushroom of your choice)
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Oil and butter
  • Lemon juice of one small slice
  • Mayonnaise

Method:

In a pan heat oil and butter and then sauté mushrooms till they are soft and leave the water out.

Season the mushrooms with little salt and pepper. Add little lemon juice for that right amount of tangy taste and keep the mixture aside.

Now on the both bread slices apply mayonnaise.

Make a bed of chopped red oak lettuce on one bread.

Now carefully spread the mushroom mixture on top and cover it with another bread slice.

Cut the sandwich in half or grab it just like that!

The combination of crisp lettuce and tender mushroom does a real wonder.

Try this recipe and let me know your feedback!