Breakfast on a rainy Sunday Morning!

Well it was raining outside and since yesterday my yard had been almost flooded. After having a really lazy Saturday being at home, courtesy Mumbai Rains… which by the way are really awesome, come to think of it… So the weather continued to be the same and it was raining in the morning intermittently, after a really heavy shower the evening before. Nonetheless, it was perfect weather to cook some great breakfast for myself. And that is when I decided to go for it and I bought the supplies on Saturday evening, when the rain had taken a pit-stop for a brief period.

Rains in Mumbai...

Rains in Mumbai...

It was nothing special or heavenly in taste… yet, when you do such a thing after a long while and especially when the weather is so brilliant, who cares?? Just a simple Maggi and an Omlette with Indian Bread (Pav) toasted on the frying pan with some butter dashed onto it.  There, I was ready to cook myself “Omlette Butter Pav & Maggi Noodles!”  

So here we go…

Pre-Breakfast (Staging)

Pre-Breakfast (Staging)

Well, those were my ingredients, ready for cooking. The stage was set… To cook the best breakfast in the world… Ummm ya, well, not really….

Ready to Stir it up....

Ready to Stir it up....

Eggs all broken, spices and salt added… Just needed a little bit of stirring up…

There you go...

Well, there you go, that’s exactly what I wanted, before I set the frying pan on fire…

If U smelllllllllllllllllllaw what the @srinistuff is cookin

If U smelllllllllllllllllllaw what the @srinistuff is cookin!

As the Rock says, this is me saying that, as I can smell the beautiful aroma from the Maggi Noodles which are on fire… :)

Yummmmmmlette

Yummmmmmlette

Well, yea, there you go, as the name aptly suggests… The Tasty Omlette that I’m making while I quickly grab my SLR to take pics in between :) Gotta juggle a lot more than just the utensils… :)

Maggi Magic at Work...

Maggi Magic at Work...

Wow!!! Now that’s what’s cooking… With the traditional Maggi masala, the onions and tomatoes, I add a touch of spice with some Asafoetida (Hing as it’s called locally) and some oregano to give some additional touch of spice and taste…

Butter to the Pav...

Butter to the Pav...

Well, this time around instead of the regular bread, I decided to make do with the Indian version of it, Pav… Certainly fresh as I woke up early to pick it up from the pavvala, who comes every morning ringing his cycle bell and offering one of the freshest bunch of pav, baked right that morning… :) I can smell the freshness in them while I put it on the pan with some butter.

All buttered up...

All buttered up...

There… It’s ready, the butter pav is almost ready to be dished out. I got them done really nice! Hope it’s really tasty.

Breakfast is Served...

Breakfast is Served...

Finally, the hardwork of a Sunday morning paid off… All set to munch on this #yummybreakfast I’m gonna have some fun enjoying it! Until next time… BURRP!!!

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About srinistuff

Wandering Thinker, Pondering Writer, Communications Professional, Aspiring Author. Travelogues @ http://srinistuff.com, Personal Blog @ http://srinistuff.in

One response to “Breakfast on a rainy Sunday Morning!”

  1. Ram says :

    You brought tears!

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