It’s been a lovely day.. loads of sunlight pouring in through my windows & warming me up.. All my plants seem to be glowing as well, basking in the sun.. 🙂 Song for the day – Sun is shining by Bob Marley.. :))
Remember a few days back I had posted a recipe called Red Pesto Egg Bombs.. I improvised on them.. had to pack some snack for K, for his break between work. Since I loved the egg bombs & he did too, I decided to use them as a patty between burger buns. Added some lettuce, chopped onions, some curly leaf parsley, my favourite hot pepper sauce & mayo… heaven… 😀
And guess what.. K had them like 4-5 hours I packed them for him, he said they never smelled like how egg omelette’s do when they turn cold.. Springs here so all you guys going on a picnic, a trek or just an outing, it’s perfect 🙂
Ingredients: (1 egg per burger bun) Preparation Time: 5 mins per burger
I’ll list the ingredients & describe how to make one Red Pesto Egg bomb.
Eggs – 1, beaten well
Red Pesto – 1/2 tsp
Cooking oil – a few drops
Ketchup of your choice – 1 tsp, I used a hot pepper sauce
Mayonnaise – 1 tsp
Onions – a few cut strands
Red chilli flakes or pepper for some spice
Burger Bun – 1
Parsley – 2-3 leaves
Salt to taste
Heat a few drops of oil in a singer egg poacher or the tempering fry pan. When the pan is heating up, beat one egg along with the red pesto. Add the chopped onions or mushrooms if you want to. Make sure the pesto is mixed well. Add this egg mixture to the fry pan & cook on medium heat. Sprinkle some salt to taste along with some pepper/chilli flakes for the spice. Cover to cook.
Check after a minute or so. Once the bottom is cooked & the top looks a little firm, turn it over. Turn off the heat.
Prepare as you prepare a burger. I added a leaf of lettuce over the bottom half of the burger bun, spread the hot pepper sauce, added the egg bomb, add some onion strands. Next added the mayonnaise to the bottom of the top part of the burger bun as shown. Add a few leaves of parsley & there your burger is ready.. 🙂
Have them hot/cold. You can serve them along with some chips by the side… Enjoy..!!
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