Hi, Ray here again.
Up until today, I have mainly been trying out main curry dishes. But why don’t I try some of the breakfast recipes at the weekends? Most of us have a lot more time at weekends than during the week so there should be plenty of time to make a tasty and spicy breakfast that can be enjoyed with a great cup of coffee. So, instead of throwing a couple of slices of bread into the toaster, it is now time to cook a breakfast.
And this is a cheap meal for me to make since I usually have most of the ingredients in the kitchen and all I had to buy for the breakfast was some fresh coriander (cilantro) – I actually remembered to buy the fresh coriander (cilantro) on the way home on Friday evening.
Saturday morning saw me leaping out of bed (OK, crawling out of bed) and hitting the kitchen once I had showered.
This is a really easy recipe to follow and did not present any problems – the main thing I noticed was that there was more preparation and cooking involved than my usual Saturday morning breakfast of marmalade on toast or a bowl of cereal.
But I usually have the time on Saturday to make a cooked breakfast so no real problem.
One thing different to my usual recipe tasting process is that there would be no regular tasting team. I have them round the house on Sunday evenings but it would be a bit much to have them here on Saturday mornings as well.
My flatmate was around on Saturday so we both ate the breakfast Khagina (Egg) curry when it was ready, with a side of a couple of roti.
And the breakfast curry was great. This meal looked pretty boring but tasted great, and went well with roti. The khagina was spicy “Hot” and received a taste score of 8.5 out of 10.
Not everyone would want to eat a really spicy breakfast but it would be easy to cut back on the heat by leaving out the chilli powder or only using half off a fresh green chilli (or both) – you can adjust the recipe to suit yourself.