Though this is in no way an exquisite recipe, when visitors come unannounced and when the traditional shahi and mughalai dishes fail to meet a short notice, this one is definitely a winner.I made this at the last minute for a get together, and was ready with the ziplock bags to stove it away as the party finishes, but to my surprise this recipe was an instant hit. I know this is not a special recipe worthy enough for some blog space, but still thought would share with you guys.…
Hard boiled eggs 6 nos, cut into halves
Black pepper powder 1 tsp
Garam masala ½ tsp
Salt as needed
Olive oil ½ tsp
Onions 1 big, sliced
Red chilly powder ½ tsp
Green onions for garnishing
Oil 1 tsp
Heat oil in a pan and sauté the onions till golden brown. Add salt and red chilly powder. Mix well and cook until raw smell goes off. Set aside.
Heat olive oil in a skillet. In a bowl mix together, pepper powder, garam masala and salt. Take each half of the boiled egg and dip in the masala mixture and fry both sides until browned.
Make a bed with the sautéed red onions onto a rectangular plate. Arrange the fried eggs and sprinkle chopped green onions.
This serves as an excellent appetizer for parties. You can substitute pepper powder with chilly powder to your preference.