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Tips and Recipes for Handy breakfast with bread for busy bugs!!!!!

Hello every one it has been a long I did not make any post on recipes. It is because I am busy with shifting my stuff to a new apartment near to my college and damn thing is that my final exam and assignment were on the same week. So I was busy winding up with all those stuff. Now am free blogging!!!! I started enjoying the scent of freedom!!!

Now coming to the handy breakfast, this delicious treats fills the belly of your hubby, boyfriend or your child who get up early morning and rush to work with empty tummys. I present to you some excellent handy meals that they can have while driving to their destination.

You can make them for lunch box for your kids or husband.

Tip 1: Always keep a pack of fresh bread and half a dozen eggs at home.

1. Handy Mayo Sandwich(For Vegetarians)
Bread 2
onions very finely chopped-2tbsp
tomato very finely chopped 2 tbsp(remember to remove the juicy middle part when you cut it)
salt pinch
pepper powder pinch

Toast the bread for 2min or till it gets golden brown. Mean while take a small mixing bowl and add onions, tomato, salt and pepper, mix all the ingredients together. When the bread is ready, apply this mixture as a layer and cover it with another bread slice. Microwave this sandwich for 30seconds. Wrap it in a aluminium foil and give them to hand. They will enjoy the taste of mayo with crispy bread and onion.
Tip 2: If you do not have mayo then add butter instead.

2. Omlet/ amlet/ Omlette and bread

Eggs 2
Bread slices 2
onions very finely chopped-2tbsp
tomato very finely chopped 2 tbsp(remember to remove the juicy middle part when you cut it)
salt pinch
pepper powder pinch
Cilantro/Coriander leaves finely chopped-1tbsp
Milk 2tbsp


Break open the eggs and whisk them till they become foamy. Add milk and all other ingredients and mix well. Take a pan and heat 2tbsp of oil in it. Make sure that you spread the oil all over the pan and line it with thin coat of oil. Pour the egg mixture on the hot pan like you pour for making omlet. When the amulet starts cooking from the bottom, take your bread and toast it. Now take the toasted bread and press it on the top of the cooking omelet and soak the uncooked egg. now lift the omlet up and place the two bread slices on the pan and flip the omlet on them. Now the uncooked omlet is on top of the bread slices. Cook it under low flame for 2min and turn off the stove. Wrap them in a foil and now the handy break fast is ready. The bread after soaking in the egg and there by cooking will give a very flavorful bite!!!! you'll definitely like it!!!!

Keep visiting my blog for more recipes. Thank you!!!


  1. both recipes are useful delicious

  2. Wow super delicious recipes and very useful tips.

  3. very useful recipes.. thanks for sharing..

  4. Fast and so tasty! Thanks so much for your sweet comment dear...


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