This is the most easiest way of making eggs and one which I make for myself often. The procedure doesn’t even need a utensil apart from the tawa we use for cooking. The eggs are cracked directly onto the tawa and salt and pepper are sprinkled. My mom used to call this kannadi muttai. I don’t know why it got the name, but I remember the name till date. If a person likes runny yolk, then the eggs are not flipped. They are cooked until the whites are done while the yolks are still half cooked. But I hate them raw / half done. So I make sure that I cook everything evenly before I remove it from the tawa. Flipping the eggs is tougher when the yolks are raw, so I don’t flip them. I just fold it into half and let it cook on low flame until the yolks get cooked. The cooking takes roughly 5 minutes and you also don’t have to waste a bowl and a fork and you save on washing them.
Egg – 4
Salt and Pepper To Taste
Heat a tawa.
Crack two eggs directly onto the hot tawa.
Sprinkle salt and pepper on top.
Allow it to cook on low flame until the whites are done.
Either flip it or fold it and let the yolks cook.
Remove from flame and serve immediately.
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