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Showing posts with label Recipes. Show all posts

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Punjabi Egg Curry Recipe

Egg Curry Recipe or How to make Egg Curry

Growing up in a punjabi family, one of the staple curries that I would eat is Egg Curry. And I used to love the way my mom will make it. I still do. But then there are things you take for granted and it is the same with me. Being busy in making those fancy dishes like Chicken Korma, ToumChicken, Hummus, Piri Piri Chicken and many more, I never tried my hand on this really delicious Egg Curry.
I remember enjoying the hot serving of Egg Curry with hot chapatis directly off the tawa in chilly Delhi winters. Trust me, when you are hungry, this simple thing is heaven. Imagine me and my siblings fighting for that extra egg in our curry. Being the youngest I will get it too.!
So, I decided to get into the kitchen and try my hand on it. It actually is a lot like other North Indian curries and very simple. You can also do some variations in it. I just make the basic one but I will tell you about it.

Here is the humble Egg Curry.

Egg Curry Recipe
Egg Curry Recipe
Boiled Eggs
Boiled Eggs

Let me tell you how to make Egg Curry.

Punjabi Egg Curry Recipe


Egg Curry is made using simple spices used in normal curries in north India. It is really liked mostly in northern part of India.

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Yield: Serves 2

6 eggs
2 table spoons oil
Salt to taste
Half teaspoon Turmeric powder
Garam Masala
Turmeric Powder
Red chilli powder
Dhaniya or Coriander powder
2 medium size onions
2 green chillies
2 medium size tomatoes
1 table spoon Ginger Garlic paste

  1. Hard boil the eggs and peel them off.
  2. Finely chop the onions, chillies and tomatoes.
  3. Heat oil in a pan or kadhai.
  4. Add the onions and green chillies and cook for 2-3 minutes till oil separates.
  5. Now add Ginger-Garlic paste and cook for 2-3 more minutes.
  6. Now add all the spices except garam masala and cook till oil separates. TIP: keep adding little water while it gets cooked to ensure it doesn’t stick to the pan.
  7. Now add finely chopped tomatoes and cook them for another 3-4 minutes.
  8. Now the variation part. You can either put whole hard boiled eggs or cut them into halves. Another things that you can do is so deep fry whole eggs. I love this one.
  9. Now put the eggs in the gravy and cook for 1-2 minutes.
  10. Add little water as per your preference of thickness of gravy and cook till oil starts separating.
  11. Another trick that I love. Take out yolk from 2 boiled eggs and mix it in the gravy. This will make the gravy thicker if you like it that way.
  12.  Just when it is done, add garam masala and garnish with chopped coriander.
Now you can actually thank me for this Egg Curry Recipe.

I hope you liked it. Do leave your comments below and rate my recipe too. Your feedback is really valuable to me.


Sunday, 25 October 2015

Egg Frittata

Frittata Recipe or How to make Frittata

Hi Bhukkads,

How are you?

Weekend and time for that innovative and amazing breakfast, isn't it? Well that is exactly what I had today on this Lazy Sunday Morning. Two things I did, made this amazing breakfast and dusting of the house. Well, that is my way of helping my wife at home on weekends. Trust me, I do both things with passion as I like my food good and my house without a spec of dust.

Anyway, enough bragging and lets get to drooling. I have always though of baking eggs a fantastic way to have eggs. Egg Frittata was one thing that I wanted to make as I love eggs. Give me eggs anytime, in any form, I will be happy! It is also a more nutritious form as you can add as many veggies that you want. I had only peas and onions in the house and made do with them but you can add anything that you want. Carrots, capsicum, mushroom, anything you love! Well, if I had planned it well, I could have added salami and sausages too! Hell yeah! Though Frittata in Italian translates to "fried" but I baked them totally except the veggies that I sauteed beforehand.


Sunday, 23 August 2015

Butter Naan in Pressure Cooker

Pressure Cooker Butter Naan Recipe or How to make butter naan in Pressure Cooker

Hi People,

Now yesterday I posted my blog regarding recipe of Adana Kebab which I made along with amazingly soft Butter Naans. I have been getting requests for recipe of Butter Naans and especially to how to make them without oven or say in Pressure Cooker. 

Yes, that is how I made them, in your humble Pressure Cooker. It just clicked me on the go because I do not have an oven, I have a microwave with convection which off course does not do the job of a typical oven. So, my innovative mind thought of trying just one naan in pressure cooker and then actually, I made them all in it. Today, I had it with Dal Makhani. But then they say best marriage of Butter Naan's is with Butter Chicken. Check recipe for Butter Chicken here.

Off course, equipment if not the only thing here, the dough is super important too. What goes in the dough makes it super soft.

Butter Naan Recipe
Butter Naan Recipe