Have you ever wanted to bring authentic Indian taste to your table by preparing a delicious and spicy Egg Curry? Then it is my pleasure to share with you, my recipe for Authentic Indian Egg Curry. Authentic Indian Egg Curry is a protein-rich recipe that is consumed by people from all over the world. Egg curry was born in the kitchens of India, usually served with roti or naan, enjoy over rice also. This is a country-specific recipe available in India and is loved by most family members. It’s a very easy-to-make recipe and can be cooked in different varieties for everyday meals.
What Is Egg Curry?
Authentic Indian Egg Curry is a quick and easy way to prepare eggs, using a unique blend of spices. It’s a healthy and cheap meal, suitable for everyday food. This authentic Indian dish is so popular that it has even been incorporated into the mainstream diet in many places. There is no single, definitive Indian egg curry recipe. But the basic components include hard-boiled eggs in a spicy (but not necessarily very hot), tomato-based sauce. The spices will vary depending on the region and cook, but typically include cumin, coriander and turmeric. Other common ingredients include ginger, garlic and yoghurt.
Why Authentic Indian Egg Curry
Many people are intimidated by Indian food. However, if you’re looking for a cheap, healthy, and tasty meal to make at home, look no further than egg curry!
Egg curry is very easy to cook in under 30 minutes and contains just a handful of ingredients that you can easily find in your pantry. This meal is often served as everyday Indian home food, and it’s full of protein and vitamins that will keep you feeling full without breaking the bank.
Lastly, this dish is traditional and authentic in taste, so nobody will know you didn’t go straight to the nearest Indian restaurant for takeout!
- Fresh egg
- Any vegetables oil (I prefer mustard oil)
- Green chilli
- Whole dry red chilli
- Whole cumin
- Bay leaf
- Whole Garam masala(optional)
- Cumin powder
- Corriender powder
- Turmeric powder
- Chilli powder
- Corrinder leaf
- Salt & pepper
Preparation Of Ingredients
- Boil the egg for 6-8 minutes. Put into cold water. Remove shell. Coat the egg with a pinch of turmeric powder when its hot and wet. It will give a nice color.
- Peal potato and cut into big cube and submerge under water to prevent discoloring.
- Chop tomato
- Chop onion finely
- Peal the garlic and make into paste
- Peal the ginger and make into paste
- Make slit into green chilli
How To Cook Authentic Indian Egg Curry
Follow this section word by word to cook Authentic Indian Egg Curry with no difficulties.
Put a cooking pan on the heat. When it’s hot add oil. When oil starts to smoke fry the egg in nice golden brown colour and keep it aside. Fry potato in the same way and keep it aside. Add a little more oil because after frying egg and potato oil will reduce. Now heat up the oil again and add the whole cumin-dry chilli-garam masala-bay leaf to temper the oil. Tempering oil with whole spices enhances the flavour of curry. Add onion and fry on medium heat. When the onion starts to get brown colour add tomato and a little bit of salt. Cover with a lid and cook for 1-2 minutes. A little bit of salt will help to soften the tomato. Open the lid and add ginger paste and cook further until the raw smell of ginger goes away. Lower the heat and add cumin-coriander-chilli-turmeric powder. Stir for 8-10 seconds, then add a few tbsp of water. Now add garlic paste and on medium-low heat cook the whole mixture of spices until oil starts to separate from spice mix and the raw smell of garlic goes away. Add egg and potato and coat well with spice mixture. Add water and season with salt & pepper. Cover with a lid and cook for 10 minutes on medium-high heat. Remove the lid and take out 2-3 pieces of cooked potato in a bowl. Smash with the back of a spoon finely and mix with some sauce to make a paste. Mix that paste into the curry back. It will thicken the gravy. Adjust salt according to your taste and add chopped coriander leaf and garam masala. Mix well and cover with the lid and cook for high heat for 20-30 seconds. Turn off the heat and let the pot rest for 5 minutes.
Congratulations, you have just cooked Egg Curry Traditional Way | Authentic Indian Egg Curry
How To Serve Authentic Indian Egg Curry
Authentic Indian Egg Curry goes well with rice, nan, paratha anything you like. This dish is so versatile that it can be served with any form of carbohydrates. Serve with hot rice and a piece of lime. Also with a piece of raw onion. This is thy way we Indians like to eat out everyday home food. Mix the thick gravy with rice. Put a few drops of lime juice and smash some potato partially, then mix again. Bite on raw onion while chewing the rice. It will give a freshness with pepperiness. You can also mix the yolk with the rice. I prefer to mix the yolk with some gravy and make a paste separately to eat alongside rice.
If you serve with nan or paratha or hand made flatbread it will go as well as rice. Tear a piece of nan or paratha, put a piece of potato into it and make sure you put some gravy on it. Put it into your mouth and bite on a piece of raw onion. Man, I guarantee you will be lost into mouthfeel comfort.
- When boiling egg after you turn off the heat put the hot boiled egg into cold water and crack the shell a bit. The shell will separate very easily.
- Alwasy put the potato under water to prevent discoloring.
- While frying spice mix if it stick to bototm of cooking pan and brun add a spoon of water. It will solve the parblem.
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