Egg Curry Recipe

Egg Curry Recipe

Egg Curry Recipe This egg curry has incredible flavors. Its a comforting and satisfying egg curry recipe that can be served with rice, or pasta. 

Egg curry is a great topping for many different foods, you can add it to dessert pasta for dinner, plain macaroni or plain rice for lunch 


From egg omelettes to avocado egg toast. eggs are full of protein and they are loveable because they are prepared in just minutes plus you don't have to be an expert to cook them, as long as you can boil water then you can boil eggs but this is egg curry so it requires so cooking knowledge, in fact it requires lots of cooking knowledge so that you can have the most perfect egg curry recipe.



Anyway on a lazy day you can cook plain rice (this doesn't require a lot of prep time) then cook egg curry, have egg curry as rice topping then wala dinner is served 😉 tell me who doesn't love a lazy day dinner? Cause I love it. 


If you are looking for an easy egg curry recipe then you have come to the right blog. Learn how to make egg curry at home with step by step instructions. These eggs are spicy and flavourful. My egg recipes will change your perception towards eggs. You can adjust the spices in this recipe as per your taste.



This egg curry has incredible flavors. Its a comforting and satisfying egg curry recipe that can be served with rice, or pasta.   Egg curry is a great topping for many different foods, you can add it to dessert pasta for dinner, plain macaroni or plain rice for lunch


Why This Recipe?.

1. Easier Prep

Most curry recipes require that you mix a lot of curry powders in order to come up with the perfect blend of curry powder but this recipe uses curry rajah which is easily bought from any food store.

2. Simmered boiled eggs

I followed the traditional way of cooking egg curry by simmering the boiled eggs in the curry base for five minutes in order to infuse the seasoning into the eggs.


EGG CURRY INGREDIENTS

• Eggs - The traditional Indian egg curry is made with hard boiled eggs. You can use an instant pot to get consistent results but you can also use stove top.

• Butter - I fried using butter, if you are not a fan of butter or perhaps you do not have butter then you can fry your eggs with cooking oil, of course it can either be vegetable oil or any type of oil.

• Onion

• Garlic - Two cloves, chopped.

• Salt - As per your taste.

• Black pepper

• Fresh Cream - authentic Indian egg curry usually call for coconut milk but you can use any type of milk. The type of milk you'll use won't take away the flavor from the eggs.

• Water - I only added a bit of water but you can add half a cup if you want your soup to be runny.

• Chilli Powder

• Tumeric Powder

• Spring Onion

• Rajah Curry Powder




How TO MAKE EGG CURRY 

Step 1.

Boil 3 eggs for 5 minutes then let them cool,remove the shells after they cool.

Step 2. 

Heat a teaspoon of butter on a pan. Slice I medium onion. Dice 2 cloves of garlic and slice some spring onion.

Step 3. 

Add the onion to the pan and fry it. Add a teaspoon of rajah curry, a hint of tumeric and cumin, lastly add garlic powder,salt and black pepper. Let it fry for a minute.

Step 4. 

Add in 2 tablespoons of fresh cream and a bit of water. 

Step 5.

Add the eggs and let the mixture boil together.(Making sure that the egg is well coated with the curry?.

Step 6. 

Add the spring onion and summer for 1 minute.

Step 7.

Serve warm and sprinkle with some crushed chillies if you so wish.


FREEZING EGG CURRY 

• Hard boiled eggs don't taste good once frozen and thaw. I recommend that you freeze the curry in a ziplock freezer bag then add freshly boiled eggs to the curry once you plan to have egg curry.



SERVING EGG CURRY

Egg curry can be served with a lot of dishes, I like to serve it with rice,pasta or chapati.

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Avocado Toast With Eggs




Omelette Recipe


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This egg curry has incredible flavors. Its a comforting and satisfying egg curry recipe that can be served with rice, or pasta.   Egg curry is a great topping for many different foods, you can add it to dessert pasta for dinner, plain macaroni or plain rice for lunch



This egg curry has incredible flavors. Its a comforting and satisfying egg curry recipe that can be served with rice, or pasta. Egg curry is a great topping for many different foods, you can add it to dessert pasta for dinner, plain macaroni or plain rice for lunch.

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Egg Curry Recipe

INGREDIENTS

  • 3 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon of butter
  • 1 medium onion
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 teaspoon of black pepper
  • 2 tablespoons of fresh cream
  • A bit of water
  • 1 teaspoon chilli powder
  • ½ teaspoon of turmeric powder
  • 1 spring onion
  • 1 teaspoon of rajah curry powder

METHOD

  1. Boil 3 eggs for 5 minutes then let them cool,remove the shells after they cool.
  2. Heat a teaspoon of butter on a pan. Slice I medium onion. Dice 2 cloves of garlic and slice some spring onion.
  3. Add the onion to the pan and fry it. Add a teaspoon of rajah curry, a hint of tumeric and cumin, lastly add garlic powder,salt and black pepper. Let it fry for a minute.
  4. Add the eggs and let the mixture boil together.(Making sure that the egg is well coated with the curry).
  5. Add the spring onion and simmer for 1 minute. Serve warm and sprinkle with some crushed chillies if you so wish.

    NOTES
    1.Freezing:Hard boiled eggs don't taste good once frozen and thaw. I recommend that you freeze the curry in a ziplock freezer bag then add freshly boiled eggs to the curry once you plan to have egg curry 
    2.Nutritional values are provided as a courtesy and the values are approximate. The values will change depending on the exact ingredients, measurements and brands used. As always, for specific health issues and dietary requirements please consult medical professional.
     
      Equipments Used
      • Pot 
      • Skillet 
      • Knife 
      • Cutting board

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Comments

  1. I love egg curry! My partner thinks eggs shouldn't be put in curries, but I disagree. Great recipe and super healthy.

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  2. I've never heard of egg curry before, but I'd love to give it a try one day!

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  3. I have never heard of this meal but I love eggs and I love curry!

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  4. It's really special and I learn something new ~ thanks a lot for sharing it and I would love to give it a try soon~ Knycx journeying

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    1. Don't forget to let me know how it will come out as soon as you try it 😊

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  5. This looks delicious! But I never tried this before and would be awesome to give it a try. Thank you for sharing it!

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  6. Wow! This is the first time I heard about this recipe. I need to do this!

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  7. I love curry. I have never had egg curry though. This is interesting, and I'm defintely going to try this.

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    1. You literally took the words out of my mouth. I love both curry and hard boiled eggs. Why did I never think to have them together. It sounds delicious!

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    2. You won't regret trying it.

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  8. I didn’t know u could make curry with just eggs. I’d have to try this one for myself hahaha

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  9. I love egg curry, it is common here. But my recipe is way more spicy!

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    1. Yes some recipes are very spicy but I'm not a spicy lover so I just do minimal.

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  10. I haven't tried this dish before but seems easy to make. I'll try this soon with my family. Ingredients are easy to source.

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