As I mentioned earlier he is a GR8 cook though he rarely (actually not very Rare……he visited 3 times in last 10 years, though we have difference on these numbers) visit to Kitchen. ;)
To talk bit about Bull's Eye, this dish not only tastes good but also is a feast for eye, probably that’s the reason my husband likes it. The outer bread and egg looks like dart board with yellow yoke as target…..you need to hit Bull's eye to eat it.
Egg - 1
Bread slice -1
Black pepper powder - 1 pich
Chopped Cabbage - 2 table spoon
Chopped Fenugreek leaves - 1 Table spoon
Butter - 2 table spoon
Salt to taste
Take a bread slice apply butter to both sides of bread. Cut the bread at center in a round shape (today it is cut in a heart shape……valentine na :) ). Take a fry pan and heat this bread(both pieces) from both sides on fry pan till it becomes golden brown. Now break the egg in a bowl (actual the yoke should not break ). Now pour this egg slowly in the circular cut part of bread. Sprinkle salt and black pepper powder on egg. Cook the egg as per your taste - half or full fry. Ensure that egg is cooked along with bread as one piece. While cooking egg, fry cabbage and fenugreek leaves in butter.
Serve the bull's eye in a plate with tomato ketchup along with fried cabbage and fenugreek leaves.
I want to send this recipe to Bindiya's "LOVE-HEART SHAPED FOODS"
And Asankhana's Cook and Create With Luv for Luv
And Sindhura's THE BREAD MANIA event