Egg Curry - Exclusive And Unique

Shiladitya By Shiladitya, 29th May 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/gp39iweg/
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The article features an exclusive egg curry recipe. Its hot and spicy egg curry with a twist.

Egg Curry


Well one can definitely say that that can be nothing too unique about eggs. I think they are right to some extent. Still, there are some recipes that are handed over generations and still produce the unique essence of taste. The egg curry is one of them. My grandmother taught me the recipe and I am sharing it with all my friends here.
The recipe serves four people.
Ingredients:
Four eggs
1 large onion finely chopped
1 large tomato
10-15 cloves of garlic pasted
1 tsp of sesame seeds
1 tbsp Roasted peanut paste
Red chili powder
Salt and sugar to taste
5 tbsp mustard oil
Procedure:
One needs to burn the whole eggs in charcoal. Yes, you have seen it right. Burn the eggs with the shell on charcoal. It takes time. The heat should be very slow. The eggs will cook in the slow fire and have a burnt taste. When you see cracks in the shell you know the eggs are done. Now take the eggs out, take off the shell and wash it so that no ash is left behind. Now, heat oil in a pan and add garlic paste. Fry for 20 seconds and then add onion and tomato. Fry for a minute. Now, add salt, sugar and red chili powder. Traditionally, very spicy and hot. One can definitely reduce the amount of red chili powder but it is a must in the dish. Now, add peanut paste and fry. Then add a small amount of water and eggs. After a boil add sesame seeds and let it sit on slow flame until the water is dried up. When oil floats on top, plate the dish and garnishes it with sesame seeds.
It tastes completely out of this world. Try it and let me know how much you liked it.

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Burnt, Curry, Egg, Egg Curry, Unique

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