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Egg in a Hole with Veggies | Breakfast Eggs Sandwich

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Egg in a Hole with Veggies
The classic egg in a hole gets a healthy twist with lost of veggies. Spinach and tomato in this recipe add to the goodness of this breakfast. It is delicious, filling and protein rich.
Egg in a hole with veggies
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Contemporary
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Contemporary
Egg in a hole with veggies
  1. Spread mustard paste on both slices on bread. Use a shot glass or cookie cutter to cut a hole in the middle of one slice. Keep aside.
  2. Align the spinach leaves and use the same cutter to cut a hole in the centre and keep the leaves aside.
  3. Use the same cutter to cut a hole in the centre of a cheese slice. Keep aside.
  4. Slice tomatoes. Keep aside.
  5. On the plain slice of bread without the hole, place the slice of cheese with the hole as the first layer of the sandwich.
  6. Put slices of tomato over the cheese, leaving the hole in the middle empty. Tear basil leaves and place over tomatoes. Sprinkle some black pepper powder.
  7. Place the spinach leaves on top of the tomatoes, aligning the hole of the spinach with that of the cheese slice. Keep aside.
  8. In a bowl, whisk an egg with salt and pepper. Keep aside.
  9. Heat vegetable oil in a non stick pan. Add the whisked egg to the pan and allow it to cook until it sets. Now cut a hole in the middle and trim the sides of the egg to match the size of the bread slice.
  10. Place the sandwich with the bread side down and spinach on top in a pan. Align the cooked egg with the hole in the spinach leaves. Top with the cut bread slice, aligning all the three round cuts. This creates a deep hole in the middle.
  11. Break an egg into the hole. Cover with a fitted lid and cook for 5 minutes on medium heat until the egg white sets. Serve hot with mustard and sweet potato fries.
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9 Killer Ideas for Breakfast Eggs Everyday

Breakfast Eggs

Breakfast Eggs

Are you bored of the same old breakfast eggs everyday? Here are 9 killer ideas to cook Breakfast eggs everyday. Eggs are quick to cook, the cheapest and the most easily available protein. They are loaded with nutrients and eating cage-free, organic eggs is great for health! To maximize the taste and absorption of the vitamins and minerals in egg I cook them in cold pressed coconut oil with some veggies. Coconut oil helps us lose belly fat and absorb calcium and other minerals in egg. Here’s 9 Quick ideas to get stronger with eggs every morning!


1. Korean Style Omelette Rolls

This glorious omlette is almost 20 inch long, or however long you want to make it. It is rolled and cut into bite size snacky pieces. You can pack this in a tiffin or serve it with some bread or rice. It has veggies to make it look like colourful pinwheels. It is a filling and the perfect healthy breakfast. You can check out this recipe if you wanna try making Cheesy Korean Omelette rolls at home. Cook the omlette in coconut oil for better absorption of the nutrients from egg.

Korean Omelette

Korean Omelette


2. Peel Boiled Eggs in a second..!

Toss them  with potatoes & Herbs.  For hard boiled eggs you just need to take room temperature eggs in a saucepan and fill it till the eggs are completely immersed in water. Add salt and boil for 6 minutes on high heat. Then turn off the heat and keep the eggs covered for a minute. Pop them into ice water. Crack the wider end, the shell will simply slide off in a second.

Chop up the eggs and toss them in some butter and boiled potato with herbs.


3. Try Bread Bhurji Bombs

You can make Bhurji the old fashioned way, just fry some onion, chillies and tomatoes in a pan. Break two eggs into the pan, add salt, coriander leaves and the secret ingredient, pav bhaji masala to finish. Then…

Love good old fried bread rolls? This is similar. Just replace the potato stuffing with the bhurji.

Store bought bread is sprinkled with water, then pressed to squeeze out the water, homemade bhurji is stuffed in the center the bread is sealed on all sides like a ball and deep fried. This can be a glorious Sunday brunch for family and friends.


4. French it Up – Crepes

If you are looking to cook a fancy brunch for your loved ones, try some crepes!

You can make ‘em sweet or you can make ‘em for a filling savoury brunch. For sweet drizzle some honey and brown butter with chopped wanuts. For savoury simply fold it with some sautéed spinach and cheese.

All you need to do is, mix one egg with half cup refined flour, half cup milk, 1 teaspoon butter and salt. Whisk well. Heat a pan, brush with better and make a thin crepe with the mixture.


5. Poach it Right! 

served with scallion n a drizzle of light soy sauce

Use an egg that sinks in water, which means it is fresh. Then break it into simmering water with a drop of vinegar OR into a food grade plastic wrap and tie it into a potli with a thread or rubber band then put it into simmering water.

Allow it cook for a minute and a half, then pop it out, onto a paper towel. If you are using plastic wrap, then cut the plastic wrap and pop it on a paper towel.

Drizzle some light soy and chopped spring onion leaves.


6. Perfect Fried Egg in a Sandwich

with Tomato Coriander Salsa and Cheese

Add a tablespoon of coconut oil (for better nutrient absorption & good health) to a non-stick pan and turn it on high heat. Break a fresh egg into the hot pan, lower the heat, cover the pan and cook for a minute. Turn off the heat, don’t try to remove from the pan.

Mix mashed tomatoes, salt, pepper and chopped coriander in a bowl.

Toast bread with cheese and top with tomato salsa.

Now, loosen the sides and flip the egg on top of the bread. Cover with another toasted buttered bread.


7. 2 Ways to Scramble ‘em

 Scramble Masala – Whisk eggs with salt and pepper into a bowl. Strain the eggs to remove lumps. Brush a pan with butter and turn it on high heat. Add the eggs, lower the heat and keep folding in the cooked layers from the bottom to the top. Garnish with a salad made of chopped onions, tomato, coriander leaves and green chilli.


Creamy Scramble on Toast

Whisk eggs with 2 tablespoons of milk, salt and pepper into a bowl. Strain the eggs to remove lumps. Brush a pan with butter and turn it on high heat. Add the eggs, lower the heat and keep folding in the cooked layers from the bottom to the top. Add the knob of butter and allow it to melt. Mix into the egg. Serve on top of a hot, golden brown buttered toast.


8. How to make a Fluffy Omlette right?

Whisk eggs with 2 tablespoons of milk, salt and pepper into a bowl. Brush a pan with butter and turn it on high heat. Add the eggs, allow the bottom layer to set and lightly scramble the top layers with the back of a fork. Lower the heat and fold the omlette, seal the edges and bring it into a crescent shape along one side of the pan. Serve with a grilled tomato and a buttered toast.


9. Boiled Eggs stuffed with Coconut Chutney

Coconut and Eggs are a strange but magical combination. For breakfast I simple grind some fresh coconut with green chilli and coriander leaves with salt and stuff it in cavity of boiled egg whites in place of my yolks. They not only taste amazing they make a great evening snack that is also healthy. Coconut and egg whites are packed with fibre, protein and lots of nutrients to keep your powered up throughout the day.


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Kriti Saxena

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A food journalist and researcher. Food, for me, is therapy, emotional and physical. Like you, I was born to eat, I ended up learning how to cook because I love to eat. I use natural foods to make easy, tasty food. Together, let's try to balance what we WANT to eat versus what is good for our body and mind.
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