We’ve all heard of and eaten mixed fried rice; the other interesting fusion can be got in an egg – a fried one! That’s right folks are creating delicious twists to the breakfast staple and making it nutritious too! Fried eggs are not just greasy, they are also said to be a source of vitamin B12, selenium and riboflavin. If you are using the process of frying, another tip is to olive oil or another light cooking spray to fry the eggs.
Spinach with fried eggs
This one is easy. Saute a little garlic, add spinach to it. When it wilts, keep aside. In another pan, saute boiled chickpeas and a little tomato, then add in the spinach and garlic. Once done, in this pan, break in two fried eggs, remove when set. Serve the dish with crusty bread.
Spinach with mushrooms
Melt butter in a saucepan and add spinach and mushrooms to it. Sprinkle pepper and saute. Top with the fried egg. Serve with sliced bread and herbed butter.
Eggs in tomato
Make a puree of three tomatoes. Add some sauteed onion, garlic and basil to it. Season with salt and pepper. When cooked break fried eggs over it. Drizzle cheese on the top and serve.