Curried eggs recipe?

#1 Jun 1st, 2007, 06:00
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Does anyone have a great recipe for curried eggs?
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Here it is, quite simple & easy to make. Can be eaten with rice or chapatis.
Ingredients:

Boiled eggs 4
Onion 1
Tomato 1
Ginger paste 1 tsp.
Garlic paste 1 tsp.
Green chilli 1
Red chilli powder 1 tsp.
Turmeric Powder 3/4 tsp.
Garam Masala Powder 1 tsp.
Bay leaves 2
Cloves 2-3
Black pepper 4-5
Vegetable oil 5 tbsp.
Salt to taste
Coriander leaves





Method:

1. Cut onion, tomato and green chilli into small pieces. Grind it in a mixer to make paste.
2. Cut the eggs into half.
3. Heat oil in a frying pan. Reduce the heat and fry eggs with egg yolk facing the top. Then slowly make the eggs upside down and fry the other side till light golden brown in color.
4. Remove the fried eggs from pan and keep aside.
5. Add bay leaves, cloves, black pepper and fry for 30 sec.
6. Add onion tomato paste. Add ginger-garlic paste. Fry until oil starts separating.
7. Add red chilli powder, turmeric powder, garam masala, salt. Heat for a few seconds and then add 3 cups of water to make gravy. Bring the gravy to boil and let it cook for 10 minute on low heat.
8. When the gravy becomes thick gently add the egg halves and cook for a while, switch off the gas.


Serve hot. Garnish with finely chopped coriander leaves.
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I might add that I made this sometime back and it was wonderful!!!
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You can substitude tomato by beaten curd for a twist and add a bit of coriander & cummin
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Jyotirmoy, the recipe is good.
Maybe we should have a separate page dedicated to Indian food in IndiaMike, just as we have for hotel listing etc.
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I don't know where I had posted hordes of recipes....
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Originally Posted by vpsingh View Post ... Maybe we should have a separate page dedicated to Indian food in IndiaMike, just as we have for hotel listing etc.
? We have a whole forum
for it!
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Originally Posted by vpsingh View Post Jyotirmoy, the recipe is good.
Maybe we should have a separate page dedicated to Indian food in IndiaMike, just as we have for hotel listing etc.
Hmmmmm.... I have a hard time deciding where to post cooking/recipe questions, in the "Indian Cooking and Cuisine" or "Indian Recipies". Any ideas?
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Questions, I guess, should be in Indian Cooking and Cuisine.

Unless they concern a particular recipe...

Hmmm...
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Hmmm... [/QUOTE]

Exactly... Maybe combine the two???
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I guess "Indian Cooking and Cuisine" should be for questions...

and "Indian Recipies" should be for posting the recipe that you have discovered or would like to share !!

But again the two combined together in a single forum would be a better option and less confusing..!!
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Originally Posted by jyotirmoy View Post You can substitude tomato by beaten curd for a twist and add a bit of coriander & cummin
Jyoti da, I notice you are leaving out the 'teaspoon of sugar' in your recipes these days......
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Man you all beat me to the response. I love egg curry and my favorite is boiled eggs, fried with piyaz and masala, then simmered in a tomato sauce with a bit of garlic.

With basmati and some bhaji
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Sugar

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Originally Posted by Hyderabadi View Post Jyoti da, I notice you are leaving out the 'teaspoon of sugar' in your recipes these days......
Yes you are right Hyderabadi.... giving sugar a miss for a while.

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