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Can't believe second week of the BM has started so soon. 7 days have gone by so fast and now for the first time I am going to do the second week of the marathon too! Wow I cant believe my self that I am going to do it continuously! I am happy too and sad too!
As after this again I would have slow down in blogging for a few months as my In-Laws will be here and I might to be able to post as much. I am going to try to post from time to time, because this will be my only let out and I don't want to loose touch with you guys!
Anyways coming back to my post for the 1st day of Blogging Marathon #16
, as usual, its a very simple dish! As I was thinking which one to post first, I thought what better than to post with something which I eat 70% of the days. Well this will be different when my In-Laws will be here as there will be more different kinds of Upmas, Idlis and Dosas as breakfast on the menu, which I totally love, but will still miss eating my cereals and Omelet sandwich as breakfast every morning.
I believe in having some kind of protein in the morning (though it doesn't always happen so) and this I think has a perfect balance of everything.
So coming to the Omelet, it can be made many different ways, like an Indian Spicy Omelet, omelet with meat, veggies or cheese or both or just as simple as fried eggs, sprinkled with salt and pepper.
My everyday sandwich has a simply fried egg topped with tomatoes and green bell peppers. I like to eat it this way with tomato and bell pepper, but if you prefer any different veggies as topping, go ahead and try it with that.
To make one Sandwich
2 slices bread
few drops of oil
few slices tomato and green bell pepper
salt and pepper to taste
Toast the slices of bread.
Heat oil in a skillet.
Break open the egg in the skillet and fry till it browns on one side and then flip over.
Brown then other side too. Salt and pepper to taste.
Top one slice of bread with the fried egg or omelet.
Top the omelet with sliced tomatoes and green bell pepper.
Close with the other slice of bread.
Serve hot with your daily morning coffee or iced coffee in my case and fruit on the side.
Hop over to the other marathoner's kitchens to see whats cooking