I grew up in Mumbai, the erstwhile Bombay, a vibrant and thriving metropolis on the west coast of India. The food I ate while I was growing up there, the food I saw being cooked in the roadside eateries, has had a tremendous influence on what I cook and the way I cook it.
Bhurji Pav is one such easy to prepare, delicious and nutritious offering that is omnipresent in the little food stalls that dot the streets of Mumbai. Bhurji is a kind of scrambled eggs sans the butter and milk, infused with spices instead.
This is my take on the egg bhurji - my spicy scrambled eggs with the added goodness of some vegetables. It is extremely easy to prepare, and gets done in minutes. So it is a good staple to have on stand-by when you are hard-pressed for time. Or when you simply fancy some spiced up eggs.