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If you are a bachelor living alone and want to cook for yourself but don’t know where to begin, I have just the recipe for you. Completely unconventional to be interesting enough and so simple that you can start right away.

I came up with it last week when I was low on cash and was wondering what to do for dinner. I looked into the refrigerator and the following recipe shaped up, which tasted delicious. Just today I made some more changes to it and now it tastes even better.

My roommates loved it and I am sure you will too.

Ingredients:

  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Potato
  • Bread
  • A cup of milk
  • 2 tablespoons of curd &
  • 2 tablespoons of butter

Before you begin, first wash you hands thoroughly.

Now, first cook the potato. You can either microwave it or pressure cook it or boil it, whichever is simpler for you. I prefer to microwave because it’s the least messy and also the quickest way to do it. 4 minutes should be enough. Put the eggs to boil for about 15-20 minutes.

Now, take two slices of bread (I used whole wheat) and soak them into the cup of milk. Once they are soft enough, mash them up in a suitable plate (you can use your hands for this). Mash the potato too and add it to the plate. Add the curd and the boiled eggs. Add some salt and pepper and mash them all nicely. Melt two spoonfuls of butter (just take some butter in a spoon and hold it over the gas) and mix it well with the ingredients.

Voila! In about 20 minutes overall, you have a nice new, unconventional meal ready.
Eat it now, thank me later! 🙂

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2 Comments

  1. Hmm, so necessity is the mother of invention huh? 🙂
    It sounds yummy. Maybe you should patent it 😀

  2. next time you do it…add some finely chopped carrots and onions…it’s awesome 🙂


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