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Egg Pulusu

Thursday is here again! Hope you are all gearing up for a a fantastic July 4th weekend. The weather gods have been kind on us and we are going to have beautiful weather this weekend so I am super excited to do lots of outdoor activities. While on the topic of celebration, here is a dish you could make and serve at your July 4th parties as finishing meal apart from all the grilling (have you tried our Grilled Chicken Legs )that you have planned. It is an Indian dish called ‘Egg pulusu’ my mom often makes and we all love it at home. Now that my mom is here visiting us, I am having the best food at home everyday.  Also, we have had increasing demand for Indian recipes off late so this is for all our followers! Egg pulusu as you must have already guessed is a dish made out of egg. ‘Pulusu’ is a telugu word essentially meaning curry using tamarind juice. It is simple with some mild spices and great to …

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Baked Eggs with a Green Twist

Getting a dose of greens right in the morning is a great way of starting your balanced diet for the day. And it doesn’t have to be a smoothie always. Here is a dish that that brings together yummy and healthy eggs with a cocktail of greens to start your healthy day. This could be a great way of surprising your loved one with a breakfast in bed. If you pre-make the veggies the night before, then all you have to do is to add the eggs in the morning, season it and bake it! Voila! This is sure to bring a smile on your loved one’s face. For the Baked Eggs with a Green Twist: Serves 2 1/2 bunch of Dino kale 1/4 broccoli head cut into small florets 1/4 cup of peas 1/2 avocado sliced into small cubes 3 Eggs 3 tbsp of milk pinch of ginger garlic paste (optional) salt & pepper as per taste 2-3 tbsp grated Parmesan cheese chili flakes for garnish (optional) Directions: Saute garlic, kale and broccoli on …

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Ottolenghi’s Sabih Open Sandwich

This recipe is one of my golden finds on The Guardian. In the words the author of this recipe, this is a rich Moreish – Iraqi inspired combination of aubergine, egg, bread and all manner of other tasty goodies. Each bite of this dish is like a celebration in your mouth. It brings together great flavors and ideas brought on by the israeli immigrants. I will not take up any more of your time, get set ready to try this awesome dish for your breakfast. Head over to The Guardian to get your hands on the recipe.

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Egg Salad

Eggs are packed with proteins and good cholesterol and make a great addition to your breakfast. It is a powerhouse of an ingredient and goes well with many veggies. For this salad, I’ve added radishes to go with chopped eggs and a simple dressing to go with it. Again, like most of my recipes, this one is a quick fix for your busy schedule. Try it and let me know what you liked about it! Ingredients: Serves 4 8 boiled eggs, chopped 1 bunch radishes thinly sliced 1/2 cup of chopped celery 1 bunch chives sliced ½ cup Greek yogurt 2 tbsp Dijon mustard salt and black pepper 4 slices bread/pita/baguette Directions: In a bowl, combine the eggs, radishes, and chives with ½ cup Greek yogurt, Dijon mustard, and salt & pepper. Taste, then add more seasonings as desired. To assemble, spread egg salad on toasted slice of bread, drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle cracked black pepper and celery frond (if using). Serve!