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Fried eggs in delicious company

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Fried eggs in delicious company

Hearty, tasty fried eggs combined with masacote, juicy tomatoes, wholesome blueberries and melted cheese. And in combination with crumbly buckwheat porridge - this dish is a source of energy, which is so necessary in country. To cook very fast and easy.


Cooking time20 minutes Number of servings2

Ingredients for Fried eggs in delicious company




Step-by-step instruction of cooking Fried eggs in delicious company


Step 1

In a saucepan water bring to a boil, put two bags of unground buckwheat and cook according to the instructions on the package - 20 minutes (optional water salt).In a saucepan water bring to a boil, put two bags of unground buckwheat and cook according to the instructions on the package - 20 minutes (optional water salt).


Step 2

Nettles pour boiling water for 5 minutes. Then rinse with cold water and squeeze. Pinch off the leaves (stems not used).Nettles pour boiling water for 5 minutes. Then rinse with cold water and squeeze. Pinch off the leaves (stems not used).


Step 3

In skillet, heat vegetable oil and fry malikopoulos (cut at random). I had a horse smoked sausage. 
Then add the tomatoes.In skillet, heat vegetable oil and fry malikopoulos (cut at random). I had a horse smoked sausage.
Then add the tomatoes.


Step 4

Put the nettle leaves (I cut), a little salt, cover and cook 5 minutes.Put the nettle leaves (I cut), a little salt, cover and cook 5 minutes.


Step 5

A bit shift the contents of the pan to the edges and to drive the eggs. Season with salt and pepper and sprinkle with grated cheese. 
Close the lid and cook for another 3-5 minutes.A bit shift the contents of the pan to the edges and to drive the eggs. Season with salt and pepper and sprinkle with grated cheese.
Close the lid and cook for another 3-5 minutes.



Step 6

Eggs masacote, tomatoes, wheat and cheese I served with crumbly buckwheat.Eggs masacote, tomatoes, wheat and cheese I served with crumbly buckwheat.