August 14, 2007

EGG ROLLS For Blog - Picnic


Fun in the Sun

This is my entry to Anupama's Fun in the Sun, which is about PICNIC FOOD RECIPES. Thanks Anupama for hosting a lovely and great event. This Egg Rolls are very suitable picnic food to carry. Very quick and simple breakfast for any picnic. Here is my Egg Rolls recipe:


Egg Rolls:
Prep time : 10 minutes
Cooking time : 5 minutes (for each roll)
Serves : 2
Cuisine : Indian

Ingredients: (For 2 Rolls):
2 Eggs
2 tortillas or chapatis
2 tbsp oil

For filling:
1 small potato (peel and grate)(optional)
1 medium size finely chopped onion
1 carrot (grated)
3 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves
1/2 tsp pepper or 1 tsp finely chopped green chillies
salt as per taste

Method:
1. Peel and grate the potato, microwave for 1 minute and keep aside.

2. Finely chop the onion, carrot, green chillies and coriander leaves, Mix with above microwaved grated potato, add salt, mix well and keep aside.

3. Break eggs in a bowl, add salt and keep aside.

4. Heat the oil in a tawa, pour half of the beaten egg, spread it to about the size of tortilla/chapati on low heat.

5. When it is half cooked, spread the potato mixture evenly on omlette and then cover with chapati and press it.

6. Turn and cook the other side. When its cooked fully, roll it and pack with alluminium foil. With this packing, you can carry easily and the egg roll will be soft.


Note: 1. If you want you can replace the filling with seasonable vegetables and also with your favourite ketchup.
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25 comments:

  1. There is another event??!!!
    Oh dear God! I am not going to even try anymore!:D
    Great entry though , enjoy:))

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  2. Egg rolls look good. Nice recipe.

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  3. Good idea. Great entry.

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  4. Oh that looks really delicious. This spicy wrap is soemthing I would enjoy very much.

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  5. Vegetables sandwiched b/w egg layer and chapati? That gotta taste great..

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  6. Great entry Jyothi.
    Looks simple and healthy.

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  7. they sound like a great picnic snack!!

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  8. The dish looks delicious...Will surely give a try dear :-)

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  9. Yeah I think that these will hold up well in the heat :)

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  10. Thanks hima.

    Hi Nupur, thanks a lot for dropping by.

    Hi Suganya! we really enjoyed the taste. Give a try dear. Thanks.

    Hi Seec, thanks for dropping by.

    Hi Sharmi, you are absolutely right. Thanks for stopping by.

    Hi Sirisha, try and let me know. Thanks for your lovely words.

    Hi Cynthia, thanks dear.

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  11. That's a very interesting recipe. I hope to try it out some-day.

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  12. Nice dish for egg lovers. I can eat eggs only in cakes :D
    Gr8 picnic food and nice entry :)

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  13. perfect for picnic.
    happy I-day jyothi:)

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  14. Hi Lavanya! try it and let me know. Thanks for dropping by.

    Hi Archana, thanks for stopping by.

    Hi Sia, Happy Independence Day you Too. Thanks a lot.

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  15. Hi Jyoti, looks delicious and I will be trying this soon. I missed the fun in the Sun by a day, maybe next time!:)

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  16. these seem yummy and easy too :) lovely recipe and amazing blog too..

    blogrolled you :)

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  17. I remember I used to have frankies on bombay streets, same funda we had chicken stuffing instead of veggies and its really a great picnic food too!

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  18. This is a great recipe....Looking YUM!......

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  19. Hey jyothi, this is a supercool recipe. Thx for sharing. I've uploaded the egg biryani recipe...do try it. Love ur blog!!!

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  20. Hi Namrata! yeah...next time you can. Thanks for dropping by and keep coming.

    Hi Nags, thanks a lot.

    Hi Padma, never tried chicken filling. Next time I will try it. Thanks for good idea and keep visiting dear.

    Hi Sukanya! thanks dear.

    Hi Vini, thanks for your egg biryani recipe. Surely I will check it out. Thanks for stopping by and keep visiting dear.

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  22. Nice recipe, this is really yummy. There is nothing to argue about. Keep posting stuff like this i really like it. thank you for sharing this recipe..

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