Egg Paratha

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Serves 1

These scrumptious egg-dipped parathas make for a heavy and satisfying brunch. The parathas can be prepared ahead and frozen until needed, so it makes for one of those very quick meals to put together and serve. Ideal for lazy weekend mornings.

(recipe link in instructions below)
choppped chillies and herbs of your choice
salt and pepper to taste
1-2 tsp

Make parathas using THIS recipe just don't cook them all the way through. Stop just before they are fully coloured. Set aside.

Heat a frying pan with some oil. Beat an egg with a pinch of salt and pepper and sprinkle herbs of your choice in it. I have used red chilli flakes, chopped green chillies, a touch of garlic paste and some fresh chopped coriander.

Dip your half-cooked paratha in this egg mixture and then cook on the pan on both sides until fully cooked. Serve hot with a pickle of your choice. I have used THIS mango pickle.

I used just 1 egg for both parathas, but you could use 1 egg per paratha if you want a thicker egg coating.


hi fouziya...awesome n simple recipes...specially breakfast...try to upload videos.... m writin down al the recipes...thnx a lot...will try dat too:))))))))))

your recipes r easy n tasty we enjoy your recipes a lot

HiFauziya how r u ...I like ur recipes very simple n I like 2 try one .. one recipes every day for my familly... Thanks

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Maybe you over-fried the egg. Try to remove it as soon as it is done, it should not take long to cook the egg as the layer is a thin one.

I so much like ur recipes Fauzia

it is a very different recipe. ill try it soon. to my husband most fav meal of day ifs breakfast :D

Asalamualaikam Fauzia. Do we half cook the chapatti on both sides? Also do we dip both sides in the egg? JazaKillah Khairan x

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W/Salaam, yes you half cook on both sides and coat the egg on both sides as well. :)

Salaam Fauzia
If I wanted to freeze prathas at which point can this be done ? jzk