This sweet breakfast crepe recipe is the perfect example of a fuss-free yet delicious breakfast recipe that comes together quickly. Also, it can easily feed your family without breaking much sweat! In summers, my version of sweet crepes recipe includes a topping of chilled whipped cream or a couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream. Finally topping it with mangoes cut in small cubes and a sprinkle of chia seeds.
This Egg Drop Curry is perhaps, the easiest Egg Curry recipe that you will ever come across. Here, a gravy of onion, tomato, ginger and garlic is prepared and in the end, little wells are made where each egg is dropped and allowed to cook. Fascinating right? No need to boil eggs beforehand and no need to peel eggs. A simple one-pan egg curry recipe that can be served with both rice as well as rotis or chapattis.
Kolkata-style Egg Toast is very popular street food, which includes a mini milk loaf fried in eggs. It is quick, easily comes together and people from all walks of life can enjoy it while on the go. What makes this egg bread toast stand apart is the combination of flavours, where the bread brings sweetness while the omelette brings the spice.
One bite into a slice of Chocolate Date Walnut Cake and you get the crunch of walnuts along with the beautiful sweetness of dates. This cake is perfect as a snack as each slice comes with the goodness of both walnuts and dates packed in it. It is absolutely easy to make and so versatile that you can modify the recipe as it suits you.
Another cheat dimer recipe from my kitchen, this egg kosha recipe in Bengali style has sliced boiled eggs stir-fried in a thick & mildly spicy gravy.
This Bengali style Omelette Curry recipe is hands down the easiest egg recipes you will find out there. It has an omelette sliced up in thick strips and dunked in a delicious and mildly spicy gravy. Perfect as a simple lunch recipe, it pairs well with both rice as well as flatbreads like rotis or paranthas.