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Egg Curry Recipe



Egg curry in India is known as Anda Curry that is a very simple recipe and is very popular with children. Perfect for lovers of hardboiled eggs, the spicy curry enhances the flavor. In this dish, the hard-boiled eggs are stir fried and then added to a sauce. It is served over steamed rice in India. Eggs can be added to any type of sauce you like. In this instructable I have shown how to make it with peas and tomato sauce.

This week I propose a curry eggs, a dish I wanted to replicate for some time after I had tasted the homemade version prepared by a friend. When I announced that dinner was planned with a curry of eggs it unexpectedly cause generalized reactions of astonishment. And so I realized that it has taken for granted that everyone to know that there are several varieties of curry, not only as regards the main ingredient, but also for the combination of spices and flavor to be obtained. So I decided to make a brief discussion on the curry to have some clarity on the subject.

The eggs are boiled and are flavored and then placed in a creamy sauce made of cream and yoghurt. The fried onion and tomato is not used as basis for this curry, because the authentic egg curry should be sweet and sour. In this regard it should be noted that some restaurants to save time using a paste of boiled onions which gives a strong onion flavor to the finished dish, arousing the horror of the patrons, which is heavy and unbalanced. Given the number of spices, herbs and existing flavors it is not hard to imagine how many different types of curry exist considering the possible combinations. There are in fact mostly spicy curry, others with a harsh note of tamarind for example, or rather sweet curry.



Preparation Time: 10 mins
Cooking time: 15 mins
Servings: 4 servings
Calories per serving: 155 calories per 100 gms


Ingredients:

4 eggs
1 onion
1 tomato
3 flakes of garlic
1 tsp ginger paste
2 green chillies
1 tsp red chilli powder
2 tbsp coriander leaves
4 curry leaves
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp fenugreek seeds
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp poppy seeds
3 cloves
1″ cinnamon
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1 cup green peas
Cashew nuts
1 cup coconut milk
2 tsp tamarind paste
1 tsp sugar
Salt


Recipe Method:

Remove the shell of boiled eggs and keep aside.

Make a paste of onion, garlic, ginger, cashew nuts and green chilies in a mixer and blend to form a smooth paste. Keep aside.

Heat oil in a wok on medium heat and add curry leaves, cumin seeds, mustard seeds, poppy seeds, onion paste and add a pinch of salt and fry till golden brown. Add salt, turmeric, fenugreek, coriander & chilli powder and salt to taste and fry for a minute and add diced tomatoes and the tomato puree. Fry till it starts leaving oil. Add coconut milk, cloves, tamarind, sugar, cinnamon and a cup of water and simmer for 5 mins in low heat until gravy thickens.

Add the eggs, green peas and boiled eggs. Add 1 cup of water and bring to boil and reduce the flame. Simmer for 10 minutes or till very little water is left.

Garnish egg curry with coriander leaves and serve hot with paratha, roti or rice.



Comments

Zoe said…
This will be perfect with a bowl of steamed rice. Yum!
Nadji said…
C'est un plat que je fais régulièrement aussi et c'est très bon.
Toute la famille aime.
See soon
This sounds yummy as long as there isn't too much chilli added.
Sriya said…
glad to follow you ...thanks for visiting my blog ... very yummy curry ...
Kaś said…
looks yummy!
Frugal in WV said…
I love egg curry, your photo looks delicious, yum!
Joanne said…
What a tasty curry this is!
Suchi said…
This egg curry looks good :-)
Egg curry? That sounds interesting! :)
Rekha said…
looks so creamy and good.. perfect combo for plain rice..
http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com
Ohhhh it must be soooooo delicious. yum, yum :-)
Swasthi Blank said…
Thanks for visiting my space. Iam Wowed at your Recipes! A guy can cook so well!Amazing!
Swetha said…
Wow Kalyan, Egg curry looks so tempting. I have been wanting to make a creamy curry with egg. Your look fantastic.Will try for sure.

Thanks for hopping by my blog :)
Payal Singhal said…
Creamy Egg curry looks great!

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