What’s an Egg Factory?

It’s just an Egg! How many different ways can you prepare it and present it?
The answer to that question lies behind the Doors of the Famed Dining place called Egg Factory.

”Sunday ho ya Monday, Roz Khao Ande.” – We all remember Devang Patel’s famed song.

We decided to go on an adventurous journey to Eggsplore the Enormous Options at the Egg Factory, and Eggsploded with Enthusiasm!

One of nature’s superfood, eggs prepared different ways can be consumed through the day. Eggs lend themselves to experimentation, much like life itself!
Every culture in the world has egg on the menu and are called by different names in different countries. Culturally very significant in many cultures, it’s eaten world over.

French Toast with Kaya – The beauty of the French Toast with the intense caramelized flavors of the Coconut jam, which is made from a base of coconut milk, eggs, and sugar. Very popular in Southeast Asia, mainly in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei, Coconut jam in the Malay language is called kaya, another word for ‘rich’, possibly referencing the texture of the popular food.

The Great Mexican Breakfast Platter – Breakfast, Mexican style.
Scrambled eggs wrapped in a tortilla, served with sausage, beans, sour cream & watermelon juice.

Revoltillo De Huevos – Straight from the Dominican Republic, this dish includes South American scrambled eggs served with garlic bread, garnished with slices of watermelon.

Malwani Roos Omelette – Inspired by the Goan roos omelet, this is a masala omelet drenched in a malvani style curry served with buttered pav. Malvani cuisine is the standard cuisine of the South Konkan region of Maharashtra and Goa.

BBQ Chicken Burger – An American style, Juicy grilled chicken with a barbeque glaze in a pillowy bun, along with homemade mayo, pickles, and chips.

Musty Mushrooms with Oyako – Oyako and Fried egg cubes on a base of Mushrooms with the creaminess of the Alfredo Sauce challenges your fifth tastebud, Umami.

Eggs Chilli – From the streets of Kolkata, The favorite of many a drinking binge; egg fritters stir-fried in a fiery masala

Chocolate Tart – The Chocolate filling in a buttery Tart.
Miss Rosemary – Rosemary Lemon Curd in a Buttery Tart
Quindim – A Brazilian coconut custard cake, toasty, chewy coconut at the bottom to complement the sweet custard cake
Andey Ka Kheer – A pudding with eggs, milk, cream with roasted nuts and vermicelli to remind you of the Semiyan Kheer had the day after, cold from the fridge.
Chocosin Redux – Your favorite Chocosin, a close cousin of the Chocolate Marquis now in a takeaway glass jar.
Sangkaya – Smooth as silk, light and barely sweet Thai style custard served with a berries reduction.
Baked Cheesecake – The classic all American baked cheesecake served with a dollop of blueberry preserve and loads of love.

 

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Author: Stephen Pradeep Kotian

A Gourmand and a Wine Enthusiast from Bangalore with immense love for food and wine! I'm also a Technology Geek who writes on Emerging Technology and Gadgets @ http://www.everythingtech.in.

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