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Egg Curry

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Time30 Min
DifficultyIntermediate
Serves1

Egg curry is one of the simplest comfort foods that can be prepared in a short time just with all the basic ingredients you have in your pantry. Whether it is for an easy weekday dinner or a scrumptious relaxed weekend breakfast, you can always find an egg curry recipe that works for every mood. What also makes anda curry a favorite with everyone is its versatility, be it rice, rotis, chapati, or ... bread, as it goes with anything to make a filling meal. This recipe is great for days when you crave for something a little more appetizing than just the plain old omelet during the day. The egg recipes can be tweaked to be mild or spicy depending on whether it is the Main Course or a side dish that’s complementing a main such as biryani. All anda curry recipes involve boiled eggs and a separately made curry to which the eggs go in the final steps. Both hard and soft boiled eggs will do based on how you would want the texture. What makes egg curry so popular is that it is a complete food and the ease with which it can be prepared. It is a life-saver for both students and professionals who live alone as many types of egg curry can be prepared ahead of time and frozen. When ready to eat, it can be thawed, heated up, and completed by adding boiled eggs.

Nutrition Info. (per serving)

ProteinFatCarbsFibre256 Cal256 Cal256 Cal256 Cal
  • 17gProtein
  • 16gFat
  • 10gCarbs
  • 4gFibre

Ingredients

Dry Grocery

Refined Oil

Refined Oil

0.5 teaspoons

Turmeric Powder

Turmeric Powder

1 pinch

Coriander Powder

Coriander Powder

1 pinch

Garam Masala

Garam Masala

1 pinch

Salt

Salt

1 pinch

Fruits & Vegetables

Ginger

Ginger

1 small piece

Onion

Onion

0.5 cups

Tomato

Tomato

0.5 cups

Carrot-regular

Carrot-regular

0.25 unit

Haricot Bean

Haricot Bean

3 units

Vegetable Local

Cauliflower

Cauliflower

1 piece

Other

Raw Egg

Raw Egg

3 units

Garlic

Garlic

1.5 pieces

Green Chillies

Green Chillies

1 unit

Jeera Powder

Jeera Powder

0.5 teaspoons

Water

Water

0.5 glasss

Directions
1
In a heavy bottom vessel, boil Eggs.
2
Peel the Eggs and cut them into half.
3
Remove the egg yolk from one egg and chop the egg white of the same egg. Keep aside.
4
Heat Oil in a pan. Add chopped Ginger and Garlic. Cook until the raw flavor of the ingredients disappear.
5
Add chopped Green Chilies and chopped Onion. Cook until the Onion turns golden brown.
6
Add chopped Tomatoes, Turmeric Powder, Cumin Powder, Coriander Powder, Garam Masala, and salt. Saute until the masalas are properly cooked and they start leaving oil.
7
Add the diced Carrot, diced Cauliflower, and diced Haricot Beans.
8
Add Water and cook until done.
9
Add the chopped egg whites to the masala and set aside.
10
Top with four halves of a boiled egg. Serve hot.

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Egg Recipes

Eggs are one of the most versatile food ingredients, especially for non-vegetarians and eggetarians. With thousands of recipes to choose from, eggs can be prepared for all meals, all times of the day; breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner and can be something as simple as Anda Bhurji, something international like Egg Quesadilla and can even take the form of the exotic and very beloved Parsi-style Scrambled Eggs One of the most loved Indian egg recipes would be the egg curry recipe. Especially for people with a hectic lifestyle, egg curry can be a perfect weekday healthy eating option, with a very little meal prep over the weekend. Anda curry also freezes very well, so next time you are making a simple egg curry recipe, make sure to make a double batch and freeze half of it. On a busy day, if you don’t have time to cook food but still wish to eat healthily, just thaw your frozen egg curry, add some boiled eggs and serve it hot with rice or roti.

What is Egg Curry?

Across India, egg curry has numerous names, such as anda curry or anda kari and has even more recipes. A quick and easy egg curry recipe requires a simple tomato gravy, which is a very common item found in most North Indian refrigerators, some boiled eggs and some basic spices such as red chilli powder, turmeric and salt. On busy days, all one has to do is add some oil to a pan, pour in the tomato gravy and cook till it starts to bubble. Chop up a boiled egg, add it to the pan and mix it well. Garnish with some coriander, and your egg curry for rice is ready in minutes. Anda curry is such a beloved and resourceful recipe that it can be seen everywhere in the country. It is enjoyed as street food in many allies of the country, served at a fine dining restaurant and is a personal favourite of many home cooks and healthy eating households. Though this humble dish can be eaten all around the year, it is especially enjoyable on a rainy evening or a cold winter night. Besides, it tastes extra special when you are missing home! Anda curry recipe can be enjoyed by people from all walks of life, young, old, children, students living alone, people on a budget, busy moms of young children, a family of two or even single people. While it is popularly eaten as lunch or dinner main course, you can also enjoy egg curry with a slice of bread for breakfast. It uses very little oil and contains no sugar, which makes egg curry a perfect recipe for calorie-conscious and weight watching people. The various spices not only enhance the taste of good egg curry but also provide developing bodies a healthy portion of essential micronutrients. To level up your meal to egg masala curry, sear the boiled eggs with some salt, turmeric and red chilli powder, give the eggs an extra zing and texture. Once the eggs are lightly browned, add the tomato gravy to the pan and mix it well with the eggs until they are lightly coated with the gravy. You can add some garam masala, chicken masala or any other spice mix from your pantry to give your anda kari a kick. Once everything is cooked, garnish with some coriander, and red chilli powder and your egg masala curry are ready. This is a perfect and finger-licking egg curry for Chapathi. Adding vegetables such as carrot, haricot beans, and cauliflower will boost the nutrients and enhance the taste of your simple egg curry recipe. Make sure that you sauté your vegetables properly before adding in the gravy and eggs. If you are someone who loves non-vegetarian food, you can simply add some Chicken Keema to your anda kari recipe to increase the protein and other micronutrient intakes in your meals. Making egg curry with ready tomato gravy is extremely quick and easy. Making it with zero meal prep, not rocket science either. Just chop up some ginger, garlic, green chilli, onions and tomato. First, sauté your aromatics — ginger, garlic and onion — in a lightly oiled pan. Once the onions are light brown in colour, add your tomatoes and season them with salt, turmeric, red, garam masala, coriander powder, add water and cook till the tomatoes turn mushy. If you want, you can add more vegetables at this stage, make sure that you cook them well. You can also add cashew nut paste and tomato paste to give your egg curry recipe a richer taste. Chop your boiled eggs into small pieces and add them to the pan once your vegetables are cooked. Enjoy this delicious comfort food with piping hot rice or roti. Along with being a powerhouse of protein, amino acids and numerous vitamins and other micronutrients, egg curry is also very versatile. It has numerous recipes and many different ways in which one can enjoy it. People make egg curry for rice as a staple diet in many parts of the country, especially in North-Eastern and Southern India. In other parts of the country, people eat egg curry with chapati, roti, paratha, bread, naan. Egg curry is also served as a complimentary dish or a side dish with biryani or pulav. Many people add a variety of vegetables or meats such as fish or chicken to their anda kari recipe for the added nutritional benefits and better taste. You can also enjoy this recipe with a variety of noodles, rice noodles, egg noodles, or any noodles from your pantry. You can also try eating egg curry with spaghetti and create an eggetarian version of spaghetti with meatballs. No matter which recipe you choose, eggs are the hero of an anda curry recipe. Eggs are a great source of protein, amino acids, and multiple vitamins, which is why this tasty recipe is the first choice of bodybuilders and parents of growing kids.

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