I was so dull and dizzy this whole day, my whole body was paining like hell..Finally I realized that I am having a cold fever. Now it is pretty controllable and my pain was a lot more reduced..My totally family is just kidding me that this is not cold fever, but it is “WEDDING FEVER”..I don’t know if it is true or not( Believe me). Hopefully I should get relieved tomorrow and start my week with a blast.
Now coming to the recipe..I was thinking for a recipe which starts with the letter “Q”..I know it has to be quesadilla, but was searching for a nice stuffing for that. Finally decided to make a simple breakfast quesadilla with eggs and cheese and it cameout so good..How couldn’t it not be good, anything with eggs and cheese is wonderful right..Grilling the tortilla till it turn golden make the outer layer turn like a crispy shell that contains the creamy egg and cheese.. I hope you will like it and tell me how it turned out. This recipe is for Blogging marathon day 6 ‘cooking with alphabets’ letter “Q”.
Eggs – 3
Cheese – 4 tblspn grated ( I used Mozarella)
Olive Oil – 1 tblspn
Coriander leaves / Cilantro – 4 tblspn chopped
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Crack open 3 eggs in a bowl add salt and pepper and beat well.
Heat a tblspn of oil in a kadai and add in the beaten egg and start scrambling it.
Cook as per your liking. Add in cheese and mix once.
Now take a tortilla and sprinkle some cheese on one side of the tortilla. Spoon some egg mixture on top and sprinkle with lots of cilantro.
Fold in half and brush both sides with oil. Place on a hot tawa and cook on bothsides till golden.
Remove and cut into half.
|Take all your ingrediants|
|You can use chapatis or rotis..I used some flour tortillas, click here for recipe|
|Crack open your eggs in a bowl|
|season them with some salt and pepper|
|whisk to mix|
|Heat a tblspn of olive oil in a pan and pour the eggs in that|
|and mix well|
|till they get the right consistency|
|add in lots of cheese|
|and mix well|
|Take the tortilla in the front of you and sprinkle cheese on one side of the bread|
|add some scrambled eggs on top|
|and sprinkle lots of cilantro|
|and brush them with some oil|
|and put them on the tawa|
|and grill on both sides|
|remove them and cut it|