SPICY OMELETTE CURRY - BREAKFAST OMELETTE CURRY RECIPE

Monday, December 19, 2016

SPICY OMELETTE CURRY - BREAKFAST OMELETTE CURRY RECIPE


This egg recipe is easy to make which pairs best with breakfast bread or pancakes (Dosa). Sometimes we feel bored of having the same egg curry with hard boiled eggs and roasted eggs. So here is a chance to shift to a new version of egg curry with fried eggs (an omelette curry). The plus point of this curry is that you can make this curry even with an egg. So you can replace the boiled eggs with an omelette whenever you don't have enough eggs for an egg curry. No need of a special introduction to an Omelete recipe, right?. A spicy omelette recipe is the only dish which is very common to most of the bachelors and starters in cooking. Hope you all try this healthy omelette curry recipe for sure. Here is the recipe showing how to make Omelette curry / omelette ideas /omelette recipe easy/egg curry recipe / curried egg recipe .



egg recipes indian spicy curry or side dish for dosa chapati tasty egg dishes indian recipes



ayeshas kitchen recipes egg recipes indian spicy curry or side dish for dosa chapati tasty egg dishes indian recipes

egg recipes indian spicy curry or side dish for dosa chapati tasty egg dishes indian recipes



Related recipes

INGREDIENTS

Egg                                 - 2 nos
Garlic                              - 4 cloves, chopped
Shallot                             - 2 nos, chopped  + 1 tsp (seasoning)
Green chilies                   - 2, slit (i used 1 only)
Tomato                            - 1, large,  sliced
Oil
Salt


For grinding

Coconut                           - a small cup, grated
Kashmir chili powder      - 1 tbsp
Coriander powder            - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder              - half tsp
Fennel seed                       - 1 tsp
Cinnamon stick and cloves - 2 piece each
Onion                                - 1, small, roughly chopped

PREPARATION












  • Whisk the eggs well. No need of adding salt or spices because the fried eggs will absorbs the spices from the curry. Heat a non stick pan and make a minimum thick omelette. When done, cut the fried egg into 2 inch slices. Set it aside.
  • Now heat oil in a skillet or nonstick pan.
  • Add the chopped garlic, shallots and green chilies. Saute until raw smell goes off.
  • To this, add the sliced tomato and let it cook until mushy.
  • Meanwhile, grind together all the ingredients given under 'for grinding' to a fine paste. Add required water for grinding.
  • When tomato is done, pour this coconut mixture and combine very well. Let it boils. Check for salt.
  • Once it is boiled, reduce the flame to medium . Allow it to cook for another few minutes to get rid of raw smell of spices and then add the fried egg pieces (omelette slices). 
  • Mix well and let cook for 5 minutes.
  • Heat a pan with a table spoon of oil , fry a tablespoon of shallots chopped and curry leaves. Pour it over the curry.
  • Serve hot along with wheat dosa, chapati, paratha, Indian bread.




Post a Comment