This Indian Egg Bhurji is packed with crisp vegetables and eggs, coupled with flavorful Indian spices. Think of it as scrambled eggs taken to a entirely new level – add in a couple roti or naan bread and you’re set for a family meal.
This is a quick dish that takes 10 minutes to prep and 10 minutes or less to cook. It’s a great way to start off the day, keeping you full for hours. Ingredients can be swapped or omitted based on taste or what’s on hand. Maybe not the eggs, though that could make for an interesting experiment later.
Egg Bhurji is a pretty common dish found in the northern part of India. It’s certainly a popular dish and can be at pretty much any restaurants or food vendors. Egg Bhurji is very versatile when put in a sandwich as a filling, stuff it in parathas (my personal favourite!) or just use it as perfect side to a nice cold pint of beer at the end of the day.
An afternoon in Mont-Tremblant
Spur of the moment we decided to take a side trip to Quebec. Just a little view of the shops from on top of the hill.