Egg Masala Recipe: The quick and easy curry that’s perfect for dinner

Egg Masala Recipe: The quick and easy curry that's perfect for dinner

Most of us love to experiment with our food choices from time to time — whether it’s trying a new cuisine or cooking a dish you’ve wanted for years. Well why not? Enjoying dinner with our family members is something we all look forward to after a long and hectic day. Our busy weekly schedules often leave no free time to enjoy cooking or dining out. We end up ordering or resorting to our regular meals like dal and sabzi which are easy to prepare. What if we told you that you can use a simple ingredient like egg and give it a spicy masala twist? Yes, we have an ideal recipe for you! This quick and easy egg masala is a delicious curry recipe that’s perfect for your next dinner party.

Eggs are so diverse that you can make all kinds of recipes from them. Boiled, poached, scrambled, fried, baked, spoiled – there are so many ways to cook eggs. Here we bring you a recipe that uses boiled eggs cooked in a flavorful curry. Topped with a sizzling tadka, this egg curry is a crowd pleaser!

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How To Make Egg Masala | Easy Egg Masala Recipe

For the eggs, first mix red chilli powder, turmeric powder, salt, coriander powder, cumin powder and ginger-garlic paste for the spice paste. Smear the boiled eggs in it. Deep-fry the seasoned eggs and drain on absorbent paper. Cut them in half. Then heat for the base oil in a pan and add cumin, green pepper, hing, onions, ginger and garlic. Saute the onions until they are golden brown. Add turmeric, coriander powder, cumin powder, red pepper and salt. sauté.

Now add tomatoes and cook until the oil leaves the sides and add water to deglaze. Add the fried eggs. Brush the eggs into the masala. Pour over the tadka. Garnish with coriander leaves. serve. For the tadka, add oil to a small pan. When the oil is hot, add Kashmiri chili, methi seed, cumin seed, mustard seed and curry leaves. Let it crackle. Pour over the eggs. The egg mass is ready!

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Now that you know the drill, try this quick recipe for your next dinner and let us know what you thought of the flavor.