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This is a most popular chinese dish . A quick
and easy recipe for dinner or lunch and flavored with ginger, garlic and
garam masala, making it a delicious Indian style egg rice prepared with
Oil 3 tbs
Mustard seeds ½ tsp
Curry leaves(chopped) 1 spring
Green chillies 1-2 nos
Ginger garlic paste ½ tsp
Turmeric powder ¼ tsp
Salt To taste
Carrots(chopped) 1 tbs
Rice(cooked) 1 cup
1.Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds, curry leaves, green chillies,
ginger garlic paste, turmeric powder, little salt and saute it.
2. To it add eggs and saute it, cook it and add carrots.
3. Add rice, salt and mix nicely.
4. Now egg rice is ready to serve.
Chapati Egg Roll is a simple and nutritious snack, perfect for busy morning breakfast and also lunch.
Wheat Flour 2 Cups
Oil 5 Tbsp
Eggs 2 No’s
Butter 3 Tbsp
Green bell pepper ½ Cup
carrot ½ Cup
Pepper powder ½ Tsp
Coriander powder ½ Tsp
Paneer (Grated) 1 Cup
Coriander Leaves ½ Cup
1. Take bowl of wheat flour, salt, and mix it with water to make a tight dough.
2. Then add little oil and mix it again.
3. Keep it aside for resting.
4. Take two eggs in a bowl and just beet it.
Take some butter in a hot pan and add green bell pepper, carrot,
crushed pepper powder, coriander powder and saute it for some time.
6. Now add grated paneer, fresh coriander leaves finely chopped and salt.
7. Mix it properly and transfer it in a plate.
8. Take the dough and roll it on to make big roti.
9. Transfer it on a hot pan to cook. Cook both the sides but just slightly.
10. Apply little oil on both the sides and take it in a plate.
11. Heat some butter on a pan, also add some oil.
12. Pour the egg mixture on it and just spread it.
13. Slow up the flame and top it up with the prepared vegetable stuffing.
14. On this keep the half cooked roti or chapati.
15. Turn it other side slowly.
16. Transfer it on the silver foil and just roll it like this and cover it.
17. Serve it with sauce during breakfast.
I came to USA in February 2007 and since then I started trying out variety of Indian restaurants but I was quite disappointed with the Indian food we get here in restaurants. The food was good but was not suitable to my palate which I was expecting the taste we get at back-home in India.
I thought why not to try these dishes at home? I couldn't stop myself trying new recipes at home. I kept on experimenting different recipes and those were turning just perfect! The taste was quite similar to food what we get at back-home in our restaurants. I just loved to try variety of recipes and to my surprise it was turning awesome!.I realized soon after that food is where my happiness and interest lies. I really enjoy when I'm cooking for a party, a potluck, or for a family friends. It was simply divine to see the people enjoying the food and the perfect look of satisfaction on their faces. Almost all started to insist me hey Madhura do something start your blog or your website. This inspired me to start a Udemy Course
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I am not a chef, but I learned how to cook through years of watching my mom and it will remain in my memory for as long as I live. Because of my mom, my passion for cooking was born. My mom is the person from whom I learnt cooking. She is a great cook. she was always behind me to learn cooking, but i was always saying, 'no not now, may be after marriage'. ( was a spoiled kid :) Finally I started cooking after marriage only. I must say that great cooking can run in your blood! and I must say that my mom's advice worked wonders.
I worked with the bank in USA before taking up my job as a full-time mother and home-maker. I Quit my job because I wanted to spend most of my time with my daughter as I want to bring back my childhood being with her.Thanks