with all ingredients listed under " for marination".Heat oil in a frying pan. Add cumin seeds, garlic flakes, chopped onion and sauté until they turn transparent. Add the slit green chillies and fish masala powder, sauté for few seconds. Add the marinated eggs with the masala and cook until the eggs are nicely coated and the sauce leaves the pan.Garnish with cilantro leaves.Serve hot with steamed rice/ chapati / bread.Enjoy!
Saute until raw smell disappear then add all masala powder, Mix well & saute it for few seconds. Eggs - 5Onion - 1 (chopped)Green chilli - 1 ( chopped)Ginger Garlic paste - 1 tspTamarind juice- 1floz / 25 mlWater - 3/4 to 1 cup, as required Sugar - 1/2 tspSalt - To tasteCilantro - For GarnishingMasala powder. Cook eggs in boiling water for 10 minutes, Remove the shell & cut it in to two half. Add boiled eggs to the gravy & cook it for another 2 minutes in low heat or until gravy get the required consistency
Posted here is a very simple recipe of a spicy , Tangy and masala flavored aromatic sauted eggs. Eggs are all time available ingredients and is a good immediate replacement for Non-vegetarians whenever they tempt to taste the Non-veg foods
Well my try for eggmasala today was a hit. Make slits in the center of each eggs. Boiled Eggs - 4- 5. Garam masala - 1tsp (optional). - Next add boiled eggs, and 1/2 cup water again close the lid and cook for 5-10 mins in medium flame. - Add in coriander leaves, and cook for 5 more mins till the masalas coat the egg well
Step by Step EggMasala Curry Recipe. Before moving to India, I have never seen or tasted egg curry. One day, my husband cooked Maharashtrian Anda curry for me (he is also a big fan of eggs) and ever since, I have tried lots of different recipes, until I adapted on my own taste
Cook the rice (if you want to serve the chana masala on rice). Cook the chana masala. Stir in the garam masala (or tikka masala), coriander, turmeric, salt and cayenne (if using), and cook for two more minutes
Without really planning it, the last few recipes has fallen under the quick and easy category. During the days before marriage, eggs were a staple in our pantry and masala fried eggs were one of the regular recipes