We love eggs around here. A super food in every right, eggs find themselves in all sorts of versions in our household. Indian style Egg Curry, Eggs scrambles, Salads, Pasta, Sandwiches, Omelets, Poaches, you get the drift. Egg is such a versatile item of that it can cater to your breakfast or lunch or dinner or just a simple pre meal/post meal snack even.
Since V loves eggs too, a lot by the way, I keep trying different ways to make it for him. The dish I am gonna share with you today is one such what-do-I-do-with-this experiment that went on to become a favorite with him and now makes regular appearances on our dining table. Its got eggs, its got vegetables, its got cheese, need I elucidate any further on the awesomeness of this dish? Also what I like about this dish is you can have it for breakfast or for lunch too! Its absolute wholesome nutrition and flavor on a platter. And in that my friends is the secret to how I score my mommy brownie points. :D
Veggie Delight Cheesy Center Omelet Wrap Sandwich.
3 eggs – beaten,
1/2 of a medium sized capsicum, chopped
1 medium sized tomato, chopped
1medium sized onion, chopped
1 medium sized carrot, grated
Pepper powder – 1 tsp
Cayenne pepper – 1/2 tsp
Salt – to taste
Whole wheat/Multi grain Sandwich Bread – 4 slices
Cheddar Cheese – 1/2 cup, grated
Oil – for greasing
Beat the eggs and mix in the dry spices and salt.
Heat a skillet (preferably square in shape) on medium, turn the flame to low, grease it and pour in some of the egg mixture. Now sprinkle the chopped veggies on top, lay a slice of bread and lightly press it down. Leave for a little while to let it cook. Not more than a few minutes. Now take the slice down onto a plate.
Repeat the process with another slice, but with the next you need to add the grated cheese on top the bread. As the egg cooks, the cheese will melt. Once that happens place the other egg slice with the bread face into the cheese. Leave it for a few seconds so the cheese binds the two pieces of bread together. Take the sandwich off the heat and onto a plate. Repeat process for the next two slices and you have yourself a fine breakfast for two!