2 Creative Ways To Include Egg In Your Diet- Yamarita & French Toast
- Yam sliced in rectangular shapes
- Plain Flour
- Cooking Oil (enough quantity to deep fry the yam)
- 1 Teaspoon Cayenne/Atagungun
- 1/2 Teaspoon Curry Powder and other seasonings of your choice
- 1 Teaspoon Garlic Powder (Optional)
- Salt to taste
- Wash sliced yam pieces thoroughly, place in a small pot. Add water to cover the yam.
- Add salt and boil on medium heat for 10 minutes.
- After parboiling it, drain the water afterwards and leave to cool.
- On a flat plate, combine the flour, pepper, bouillon cube, curry powder and other spices and set aside.
- Break the egg into a flat plate, add salt to taste and set aside, you can also add a bit of seasoning.
- Dip each yam into the egg mixture slightly to allow flour stick properly to the yam.
- When that’s done, place each yam into the flour mixture, coat the yam chunks with the flour mixture ensuring each yam is well covered.
- Set the coated yam aside on a flat plate. Then dip each yam piece into the egg mixture properly to ensure the egg mixture covers the yam as much as possible.
- Place oil in a pan and set it on low-medium heat, to heat up. Dip each flour and egg coated yam into the oil and fry on all sides till slightly brown.
- Strain in a sieve and serve as Yamarita is ready to eat.
- Thick slices of 2 day old bread
- Butter or vegetable oil
- Maple syrup
- Salt and Pepper (optional)
- Whisk eggs properly in a bowl together with milk. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. When well blended, pour into a wide shallow plate.
- Melt some butter in the frying pan or use a little amount of vegetable oil. Allow to heat up a bit over medium high heat.
- Soak a slice of bread into egg mix Shake off the excess, and place the bread slices onto the hot pan.
- Toast the bread till brown on both sides.