On my recent visit to SBOW (sodabottleopenerwala) which is a Parsi cuisine restaurant in Hyderabad, I fell in love with a dish called Eggs Kejriwal, (which isn’t named after a certain politician). The main ingredients were pretty basic, but it was the way the dish was assembled and the way in which the flavours came together, is what took it to a whole new level! We do know how the Parsis love their eggs, which they so lovingly call eeda, so there was no way that they could not have gone wrong with this recipe.
The dish is basically toast, topped with stir-fried mushroom, and again topped with a sunny side up egg. All these when had together was a gastronomic delight. I always keep experimenting with my breakfast options, and bread, eggs and mushroom are almost like staple food at my place. So it was a no brainer that I would wanna try making this dish at home. And when I did, it was polished off within no time, as it was crazy good! Hence decided to name it Eggs Krazywal! (Inspired by the name of SBOW and how crazy good it tastes)
Anyone who loves a runny eggs or a sunny side up egg will not be able to pass up on this dish. I was never a great fan of runny eggs, but this dish has converted me to a runny egg lover!
Preperation – 5min
Cooking time -10min
- Eggs – 2
- Button Mushroom – 10 nos /200gms (sliced)
- Green chillies – 1-2 thinly sliced (2 if you like it spicy)
- Corriander leaves – 1Tbsp chopped
- Garlic – 5 cloves (minced)
- Onion – 1 small
- Salt & pepper – to taste
- Bread – 4 Slices
- Take 2tsp olive oil in a pan and add the garlic to it and fry till it is aromatic. Then add the onion and green chillies.
- Once the onions get translucent, add the mushroom, coriander leaves and salt and pepper, and keep stir frying this on a medium heat, so that the liquid coming from the mushrooms dries up.
- In the meantime lightly toast a couple of bread slices, without adding any butter or oil to it.
- Once the mushroom looks wilted and the liquids are dried up, top it on the toasted slices of bread.
- Now make a sunny side up egg by adding oil to another flat pan and breaking an egg onto it without breaking the yolk. Cook it on low flame for about 2-3 min till its almost set, and carefully slide it/lift and place it on top of the mushroom topped toast.
- And there you go, your Eggs Krazywal is ready to be enjoyed.
This dish is perfect for a breakfast or an evening snack, or lets face it, for anytime that the craving strikes. With it being so easy to make, this is like my go-to dish when I am in a hurry and yet want to have something filling and healthy!