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Onion Bread omlet/ hot french toast



Ingredients:
Bead slices--------4
Eggs--------------3
Finely chopped peppers/green chili--2ts
Chopped ciliantro------2ts
Finely chopped Onions---1/4cup
Salt and pepper powder--to taste
oil
Method:
  1. Brake open eggs in a large bowl and add salt and pepper powder. whisk the mixture for 1min.
  2. Mix onions+green chilies+ciliantro and keep aside.
  3. Take a pan heat it and add 1/2 ts of oil and grease it.
  4. Now, take bread slice and dip both sides in the egg mixture.
  5. immediately take out the bread slice and put it on pan.
  6. sprinckle onion mixture top of the slice and turn it.
  7. Roast it until turns golden brown.
  8. Now the hot french toast/ bread aumlet is ready.  

Comments

  1. Ah Huh.... another great idea for me ... Will make this as breakfast fro mu hubby :) They look absolutely yummy!

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  2. yeah!!!it is very easy recipe on a lazy day!!!!!!

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  3. Bread omlet looks yummy .. lovely blog .. Following you :)

    Drop by my blog when you get a chance and hope you will follow me too !!!!

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  4. looks so tempting n inviting..Any leftovers dear..
    Happy mother's day to you..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  5. Nice recipe my friend is used to make it more often. thanks for visiting my blog you have a wonderful blog. Happy to follow you.

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  6. Yummy and healthy recipe. Glad to follow u!
    kurinjikathambam, Event: HRH-Healthy Summer, Roundup: HRH-Puffed Rice

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  7. yummy looking flavours this would be a lovely snack as well

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  8. Omletter looks so scrumptious Deepthi.

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  9. thnQ frndz for ur valuable comments :)

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  10. Thanks for following me dear...WOW this looks so good...

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