a simple sandwich!
Beat the eggs until light and fluffly. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Add the chopped onions, tomatoes, coriander and green chillies to this.
Cook the sausages in boiling water for sometime until it is almost done. Now chop the sausages into fine pieces and add them to the above mixture.
Dip three bread slices in the egg mixture until it is coated on both sides.
Arrange these slices inside a toaster and top them generously with the vegetables and meat from the egg mixture. Add grated cheese over this.
Dip the remaining three slices in the egg mixture and place them over the bottom layers and toast.
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