Wurstel Egg, Fries and Plantain

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I love spices. Mixing them to make a wet paste or a dry mixture to bring out the best of tastes and flavour gives me joy.

I decided to try out Wurstel Egg with fries. Well, here is how it went down.

I had all I needed neatly arranged to make the process easy. I like to be detailed when I cook.

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I got my

  • eggs
  • potato
  • hot dog &
  • plantain

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Here is the lineup of dried spices

  • Whole Oregano
  • Thyme
  • Black Pepper
  • Chilli Pepper
  • Curry
  • Salt

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Mix them up together in small quantities of each spice then set aside.


For the fries, that's pretty straightforward.
Wash, peel, and slice.

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Here we are with the neatly sliced fries.

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Next, I slice the hotdog real good for the preparation of the Wurstel egg

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Next, I picked up two eggs as I intended to make two Wurstel eggs.

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Juice Break

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I used sesame oil to fry the hot dog and the egg.

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This is where it gets tricky, I had to ensure the hotdog was opened to pour the raw egg inside. Then I sprinkled the spice mixture on it while frying on low heat.

Flip and flip until it is ready.

(Alternatively, I could have poured the egg in a bowl then poured the spice mixture inside before pouring it in the oil)

Below is the result of the first try. It got messy at first but I was able to get it together.

Pheewww

That wasn't easy

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I fried the potato and the plantain and here is the result of dinner.

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Bon Appétit



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