Egg curry is a popular go to dish in every Indian household. It’s a sumptuous pool of flavors in our mouth. Egg curry basically hails from North India where it is pretty popular and served well with rice or even chapattis. As someone wise must have once said that Egg is a ingredient which is very versatile in nature. For those eaters who doesn’t like meat can easily rob a plate of Egg curry as it is super light on stomach other than meat. Egg masala is my personal favorite. It is a super easy recipe made with not too many core ingredients but quite simple ones. Spicy gravy and eggs fried in them is a heavenly dish. Egg curry does have many varieties as well as there is Masala egg curry and then dry egg curry. So just cook one satiate your taste buds. Here is a simple tomato egg curry or a masala egg curry recipe, whatever you want to call it to enjoy.
Watch the step by step Video Recipe in Hindi (with English subtitles)
Yummy and spicy: Masala Egg curry!
Step 1: Boiling the eggs and frying them
- At first in a pan pour water and put on gas. Place eggs lightly and put ½ tbs of salt and boil it well. When cracks start to appear the eggs are cooked so remove in a plate and wash with cold water so the skin peels off easily.
- Make small cuts in the eggs with knife so they don’t blast or spit oil during frying.
- In a medium kadhai, pour mustard oil, heat up and fry the eggs till light brown and take them out on a plate.
Step 2: The gravy
- In the same kadhai, add chopped onions and fry a little. Add ginger-garlic paste and fry till light brown in color. Now add red chili powder and turmeric and mix well.
- Add tomato puree and mix well. Add cumin powder, garam masala, coriander powder and salt and mix everything well.
- Place the fried eggs and stir so the masala coats the eggs well. Add about 1 cup of water, mix and cook well.
Step 3: Serving
At last add fresh chopped coriander and voila your masala egg curry is ready to be served. Happy cooking!
- Boiling the eggs with a little salt helps the eggs to boil fast.
- Washing the boiled eggs with cold water after taking out helps to peel off the skin easily.
- Making small incisions before frying the eggs helps the eggs fry nicely and helps the masala to seep in as well.
- You can choose to make the gravy dry or runny by adding as much water as you want.