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Eggcellent Pyaaz Pasand Eggs

August 24, 2019 | By

Last night I cooked this egg curry and had it with cumbersomely made Parotas. The only word to express my love for my egg curry is “eggcellent”.

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Ingredients:

  1. Eggs – 2
  2. Onion – 2 large
  3. Ginger – 1 inch
  4. Green chili – 3
  5. Cumin seeds – ¼ tsp.
  6. Dry red chili – 1
  7. Salt – Add to taste
  8. Turmeric powder – ¼ tsp.
  9. Red chili powder – 1 tsp.
  10. Bay leaf – 1
  11. Mustard oil – 4 tbsp. (Yes, it is oily.)
Pyaaz Pasand Egg recipe

Pyaaz Pasand Egg

Processing and Preparation:

  1. Boil eggs. Remove shell. Add a pinch of turmeric powder and salt. Mix and keep aside.
  2. Chop onion in long slices. Keep aside.
  3. Slit green chillies.
  4. Skin, chop and roughly grind ginger on a Sil-patta.
  5. Heat mustard oil in a wok.
  6. Fry the boiled eggs and keep aside.
  7. In the same oil throw in dry red chili, bay leaf and cumin seeds.
  8. Allow releasing aroma.
  9. Throw in onion slices.
  10. Sauté for a while and then add ground ginger. Stir mix well.
  11. Reduce heat and fry onion till brownish in hue.
  12. Add remaining turmeric powder, red chili powder and mix.
  13. Adjust seasoning as required.
  14. Add slit green chillies.
  15. Add half a cup of hot water and bring it to boil.
  16. Add eggs and reduce heat. Cover and cook till the curry dries and oil shows up.
  17. Keep stir-cooking occasionally and bring some gravy on top of eggs.
  18. Put off heat.
  19. Take out in a serving bowl or serve directly on to a plate.
  20. PNiyaz Pasand Egg is ready to eat.

Serve it hot with any Indian bread. I had it with parota. This goes well with Jeera-rice too.

Enjoy this eggcellent egg dish.

Winter ho ya summer
Pyaaz Pasand Egg baar baar…..

Happy cooking! 🙂

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A freelancer consulting Social Development Specialist, Debasish works in large-scale infrastructure development projects in India and abroad as well. An Anthropologist turned Regional Planner Debasish (Shibaji) is fond of several activities from writing travelogues to cooking, from sketching, painting, photography to dress designing, embroidering to choreographing. Whenever he feels, in the early mornings or dead of nights, he sits with doing something creative that is so close to his heart.
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