Pan Grilled Boiled Eggs

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I love eggs! Many people think that since I write about vegetarian dishes, I don’t consume eggs. Well, then there are vegetarians who eat eggs and then there are vegetarians who do not eat eggs and then there are people (my husband) who are not vegetarians but do not eat eggs ;).

This morning when it woke up, I saw Greek Baked Eggs on Lori’s blog, created by our very talented Patty, I was craving for some. I like to start my day with good protein and between eggs or sprouts, I am covered!

So I made some inspired eggs from Patty and Lori, but with my own spin. The best part is that this dish can be eaten as is ( like I did), or wrapped in a flat bread, stuffed in a sandwich or enriched by adding tone bread slices and cooked together. So this post is my dedication to Lori and Patty!

Here is how it goes !

Serves : 1

Kitchen Equipments Required : Chopping board, knife, non stick or hard anodized pan, spatula.

Ingredients :

Oil : 1 tsp
Boiled eggs (hard) : 2, quartered
Red onion : 2 tbsp chopped
Tomatoes : 2 tbsp chopped
Bell peppers/capsicum : 2 tbsp chopped
Green chili : 1/2 tsp, chopped
Cilantro : 2 tbsp, chopped
Salt and black pepper to taste
Red chili flakes to top , optional

Method :

  1. Heat oil in the non stick or hard anodized pan. Spread it around.

  2. Add onions, bell peppers and green chili to it. SautΓ© and cook for 2 minutes.

  3. Add tomatoes and cilantro (save some for garnish later). SautΓ© for another 2 minutes.

  4. Add quartered eggs and spices. Toss them well and cook for another minute.

5.Garnish with cilantro and serve!

A complete and healthy meal for any time of the day, be it main meal or even a snack or brunch.

Have a healthy eating day!


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  1. Aww, thanks for the shout out, Sonal! One day we shall all get together and eat eggs until our bellies burst. I love this dish of yours. Well, I pretty much love every dish of yours. <3

    1. Lol! It’s pretty common with Indians. I used to eat rennet cheeses till I was unaware of how these are made…mozzarella tops the category….. It started upsetting my husband’s stomach so I read about it….and found out the reality. So don’t buy it any more….

  2. This is so fun Sonal!! So happy Patty’s eggs inspired you and so sweet of you to dedicate this to us!
    Wow…this looks fantastic!! I never though about using boiled eggs in a dish…I’ve only eaten them plain. Obviously I have been totally missing out!

    1. :))). Lori, you have not been missing out on anything. I see a lot of omlette a and scrambles being served this way. Then there were 2 boiled eggs siting in my fridge so they came to use ;).