Sep 24, 2015

Recipe for Anda curry ( Egg masala Curry) By jeff

Updated 24 September 2015 - This recipe is a “egg curry with Indian spices” or also called as "egg masala curry" and can be made  a bit dry  by adding less coconut milk or water  while cooking  or then can be made into a gravy curry with more coconut + water + tomato puree.
If you make the gravy method  you can just have it with rice  and if you can make it the dry method you can have it with bread or some nice nan or chappatis or even appams ( south indian rice bread). It is also called “egg masala curry”

My Egg masala recipe video coming soon

Ingredients for Egg curry

Vegetable oil or sunflower oil for sautéing onions
5 Full Boiled Chicken eggs
1 250 ml can of Coconut milk
1 Big finely  Diced onion
1 tomato diced
1 teaspoon fenugreek leaves
2 slices of ginger
1 chopped chilli
1 Big or two small pods garlic crushed
1 tablespoon turmeric powder (Haldi powder)
1 teaspoon garam masala
1 teaspoon coriander powder (Dhania powder)
Pinch of Chilli powder

Curry Eggs -Method 

Cook on medium flame

1. Full boil the 5 eggs and set aside . Peel and cut eggs in half or partially slice it for flavours to infuse into eggs (when you will add it to the curry later).
2. Make the curry masala for the egg - Pour two tablespoons of oil in pan or dish and let it get hot
3. Add onions , chopped or crushed garlic  and ginger slices in the oil and Sautee until golden brown ( possibly 7 to 10 mins depending on cooking flame).
3. Add the spice powders like chilli, turmeric, Coriander powder to the sautéing onions which have turned golden and mix together and fry for 5 mins while stirring it
4. Add diced tomato  ( or half 420 g tin of crushed or puree tomato) and keep mixing ( approx 5 mins) until a bit dry
5. Add boiled eggs  to the dish while cooking and let cook for another2 minutes for the eggs to to absorb  spices flavour 
5. Add 250 ml tin of coconut milk, mix, let it cook for another 4 to 5 mins and its done

You can garnish with fresh chopped coriander if you like

Tip: If  you want to give this recipe a south Indian flavor, add four curry leaves to the curry 10 to 15 mins before finishing cooking it .In South India this is also known as Motta Curry (egg curry)

Other egg recipes you may want to try

Scrambled Eggs With Cheese (5 stars!)
Soft-Boiled Eggs With Toast Fingers
Toad In The Hole (5 stars!)
Baked Eggs With Parmesan & Basil
Home Egg Muffin Sandwich
Poached Eggs A La Micro (5 stars!)
Spinach & Egg Garlic Toasts
Fried Eggs (5 stars!)
Fried Egg Sandwich (5 stars!)
Breakfast Burritos Sans Beans
Hard-Boiled Eggs (5 stars!)
Egg Salad
Chutney Deviled Eggs
Scrambled Eggs & Caviar
Hot Egg & Bacon Salad
Crab & Egg Drop Soup
Greek Egg & Lemon Soup (5 plus 5 stars!)
Chawan Mushi
Cajun Spiced Eggs
Pizza & Eggs
Eggs, Onions, & Lox
Asparagus Quiche
Zucchini Frittata
Huevos Rancheros (5 stars!)
Scotch Egg
Potato Tortilla
Wild Mushroom Omelet
Greek Omelet
Matzo Brei
Faux Egg Noodles
Huevos Motulenos
Chorizo & Eggs
Salami & Eggs
Egg Bread
Ultimate French Toast
Classic Eggnog
Totally Safe Eggnog
Mocha Flip
Zabaglione (5 stars!)
Stovetop Lemon Curd
Pound Cake
Old-Fashioned Noodle Pudding
Sunshine Cake
Grand Marnier Souffle
Cookies & Cream Supreme
Ophelia's Celestial Egg Whites

 You can get the  cook book for More Egg recipes from Amazon (totally Eggs)


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