Tuesday, 13 March 2012


               This is one of the most easiest recipes I can think of which the whole family would eat without grumbling!! Best part is....it has such few ingredients.
               It tastes soooo good and quite healthy I would say! Best eatin with your favourite pickle. My favourite is lime pickle from Priya!!.....MMmmmm what a good dinner!Smack Smack!!

10 big idiyapams
2 big onions, chopped finely
4- 5 big green chillies. slit
6 eggs
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves

  • Tear the idiyapam into tiny bits and keep aside
  • Heat oil in a pan. Add the onions and fry till slightly brown.
  • Add the chillies and stir for a few mins till fragrant.
  • Add the eggs and the turmeric powder.
  • Scramble the eggs and add salt.
  • Add the idiyapam and stir.
  • Add the coriander, stir and then remove from flame.

  • You could also add some cashews fried in ghee to give it a rich taste. 
Sending this recipe to umm mymoonah's event "anyone can cook"


  1. that is an innovative way....yummy..

    BTW, the tastier version in some cakes like butter cake, sponge cake is maida only, but i can tell u in some cakes like the fruits added cake, like apple cake, banana bread, i feel the wheat flour goes really well with it than maida and the cakes are really soft n moist. Rarely only i use maida in my cooking, wherever the plain flour is said i will try replacing it with wheat flour, i have never failed by using wheat flour.

  2. Hey, this is a really creative recipe! Bookmarked to try :) I'm sure that kids will also love it!

  3. very innovative..sounds delicious..would love to try this!!

  4. Very nice, never tried eggs with iddiyappam, looks tempting..

  5. easy recipe. wow!.. and thanks for visiting my space and encouraging .. happy to follow you too

  6. looks really yumm yumm..nice cliks......Thanx 4 d super dish dear......new dish also.....

  7. This would be the best option to use the leftover idiyappam, looks really delicious. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)