Thursday, 21 March 2013

Scrambled sardine omelette

This delicious side dish is simply divine. At times when I find making the sunny side up eggs fried on both sides (not the traditional runny type fried on one side) boring I make Scrambled omelette instead. This is one of the quickest and easiest breakfast recipes you can make. It goes well with fried plantains, yam, Bread or any meal you can think of. It should definitely be at the top of the Nigerian family favorite meal list.


•Serves:        3
•Prep time:    5 minutes
•Cook time:   5 minutes
•Total time:   10 minutes
•Meal Type:   Side dish

Ingredients: 

• 4 Eggs 

• 1 Tin Sardines 
• 1 Carrot 
• 1 Plum tomato 
• ¼ Medium sized Onion 
• 1 tsp. Curry Powder 
•2 tbsp. Vegetable oil / olive oil 
• ½ Stock Cube 
• Salt to taste 

Preparation
1. Dice the onions, Tomato, Carrot and curry leaves 

2. In a bowl, Marsh the sardines and set aside 

3. Crack the eggs into another bowl and add the diced Onions, Tomato, carrot and curry leaves, Curry powder, Stock cube, Salt ; Whisk 

4. Pour the egg mixture into the marshed sardines and mix 

5. Add the Vegetable oil into the pan and fry the egg mixture for 5mins making sure you scramble in between 

6. Turn off the Burner and serve

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16 comments:

  1. This makes me feel like licking my screen. @Dobby, I see you!

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    1. hahaha!!! I see you too eya :)

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  2. waohhh really nice dish dobby..I dont eat eggs tho...still dont know why lol.. btw have been wanting to ask what camera do you use??Ur Images are always so sharp and crisp.

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    1. Thank you shallie! I use a Fujifilm digicam. Its got a 3x f=5.7-17.1mm lens. really nice cam.

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  3. Wow.... This looks delicious

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    1. Thank you blessing :)

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    1. Thanks Deola. do stop by more often ;)

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  5. Ok, i need to try this

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    1. And u'd luv it once done toin :)

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  6. teen chef4:24 pm

    Opa omelete style

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  7. I am an expert in making various types of omelet

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    1. please send in some pictures.....dobbyssignature@gmail.com

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  8. Anonymous9:24 am

    i love u a lot Dobby and your recipes; u too much abeg

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    1. love you too anon :)

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