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Egg scrambled along with potato and tomato
Published On: 04 Feb 2005
malayalam: Urulakizhangu / Kizhangu
telugu: Bangaala Dumpa / Urlagadda / Alu Gadda
hindi: Aloo / Batata
Konkani: Kook / Batato
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telugu: Tametokai / Ramamulaga (Pandu/Kaya)
kannada: Tomaato Hannu
Oriya: Bilati Baigana
Heat oil in a wide pan.
Add the potato pieces along with salt and fry for sometime.
:- If needed, cover it with a lid and let it cook on a low flame.
Add tomato and mix well.
Mash the whole mixture with a wide spoon, while still on low flame.
Add the egg into this.
:- If you don`t like the raw taste of egg, u may pour egg on a free side on the pan and scramble for some time.
Mix everything well on a medium flame, till it is semi dry.
Hey Annu, this is a good recipe okay - you are the one who is a pasty mess.
I like recipe. But this egg is not international. I went to vietnam last yeasr and the egg there is more internatonial. There was this small shop that sold international egg fry with squid.maybe you can add some calamari to the fry at the egg frying stage.
Hey Shana..do you even read??? It`s right there - clear as crystal in the second step - add the salt!!! Comments like yours ruin my day. I hate you so much right now. You should just maybe stick to the basics like making jam sandwiches because you are such a lousy cook. Take your sarcasm to some other board - because you are not welcome here. Get some glasses while you are at it and take your medications you psycho.
Tried it, not impressive
not at all tasty, end up as a pasty mess
Finally i had a saute with onion and chilli to bring it to edibile
Very Good. Soooo easy !!!!!!!
Tasty, simple, something different, good for working ladies & just takes 5 mts. My kids enjoyed it. I think variation can be done by adding chillies, coriander leaves, onion but it will give a different taste and not the orginal one.
check out the 2nd step...the "salt" is added there!!!!!!Boy,ppl come out with sarcasm so quickly....i bet u din even try out the dish!All human make mistakes!!
no salt needed?
Add chopped onion, green chillies, coriander leaves, curry leaves, shreded parotta, a few pinches of garam masala and powdered fennel seeds (perumjeerakam) with the recipe and you will get a yummy tasty srilankan style kothu parotta. This will go tastier with chicken kuruma.
I am not really a cooking person but i was just trying out for some new stuff and found this recipe..my family tried it and they said its great thanks....it tastes like something like a indian food ...since we dont get much of a indian taste food in us eventho we make indian foods...they loved it its great guys...if i can make this am sure you can make it really tasty....
go exactly according to the reciep given.
it takes only 5 minutes and is very tasty.
let us know more such recipes. :-)
when i first read the recipe, i was bit reluctant. but i gave it a shot and the results were awesome. just in 5 minutes you can make a very tasty dish and that too out of just a potato, a tomato and an egg with no masalas and stuff. this is real cool. it`s worth a try.
You said right!! this is the best bachelor recipe ever...
Rather go without smashing potato instead add boiled egg
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