EGG BREAD

Have some sliced bread which has been lying for a few days too many in your pantry??? Or want a quick light dinner or a nice sunday brunch???? This “egg bread” as i call it  (which is like a french toast) is just the perfect dish!! My father used to love it and i have grown up with seeing him eat this for a light sunday dinner. The ingredients can be mixed and matched acording to taste but what i have realised is that soaking the bread in the egg mixture gives better results as in a softer  bread and it also disguises the taste of the bread which suits me fine 🙂
INGREDIENTS:
1 slice of bread, you can either leave the sides on or trim it
1 egg beaten very well
a tablespoon each of  chopped onion, capsicum, tomato, coriander leaves, green chillies
salt to taste
METHOD:
mix the egg with the chopped ingredients and soak the slice of bread in this egg mixture for 5 minutes and then turn around carefully and soak for another 5 minutes. Heat some cooking oil in a frying pan and then when hot put the bread slice carefully in using a slotted spoon (be careful or else it will break) and cook on low flame till one side is cooked and then flip over and cook on the other side.  I press it slightly while i cook it …serve it hot with tomato ketchup or sweet chilli sauce…its yummy!!!!!!!

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