The best way to start a day is to start it simple. Especially if you are like me and not a morning person at all, you need to keep things at an elementary level till you get out of the zombie mode. So on some weekends, instead of doing something elaborate, I take out the tawa, some eggs, a pack of tortillas or ready-made chapatis and get to work. It sometimes makes its way into my son’s lunch box as well.
The good thing about my family is that they are with me when I keep breakfast minimal. A roll with a dash of sriracha is preferred over an idli-sambar-chutney combo. Since my husband has never read a single post in this place, he cannot contradict me :D.
This recipe is an improvisation of bread omelette. It’s from a friend and made it directly to my cookbook. I call it my ‘try these recipes to keep your life lazy’ book.
Enjoy the recipe as it goes to the Cooking from Cookbook Challenge. Please check out this page for more details about the event.
Break an egg and let it cook until set. Season with salt and pepper.
Add a tortilla on top. I press a little bit so that the egg yolks break. Let it cook for a few moments.
Flip over and cook the other side of the tortilla as well.
Add some sriracha sauce or hot sauce of your choice. Fold the sides to the middle. Serve with ketchup.