Egg Roast/Kerala Egg Roast


For the day 2 under the theme cooking with alphabets is E and I chose to cook Egg Roast on stove top.
Egg roast is a popular Kerala dish,often served for breakfast to accompany aappam,dosa and idiyappam.
The highlight of the recipe is the amount of thinly sliced onion and coconut oil,but here I used the regular cooking oil(olive oil).I served this egg roast with aappam and the left over with rice,it tastes great with rice also.Here goes the recipe.............



Basic Information

Preparation time ~15 minutes
Cooking time ~ 20-25 minutes
Serves ~ 3



Ingredients

IngredientQuantity
Egg/muttai3
Onion(finely sliced)3 (medium size)
Tomato2 (medium size)
Ginger & garlic paste1 tbs
Green chilly/pachamilagai2-3(slit lengthy)
Red chilly powder/milagai podi1 tsp
Coriander powder/dhaniya podi11/2 tsp
Garam Masala powder1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder/manjal podi1/4tsp
Curry leaves/karivepillai1 sprig
Coriander leaves/kothamallifor garnishing
Salt11/4 tsp
Oil2-3 tbs

For the tempering

IngredientQuantity
Mustard seeds/kadugu1/2 tsp
Fennel seeds/sombu1/4 tsp


Method

Boil the eggs and remove the shell and make slits on the top and bottom,keep it aside.
Heat a pan with oil and crackle the fennel seeds and mustard seeds,add the sliced onions.Saute it along with a pinch of salt for a minute.Now add the green chilly and curry leaves,continue sauteing till the onion becomes nice and golden.Now goes in ginger & garlic paste,fry it for a minute or till the raw smell goes off.Add in all the spice powders and salt,give it a mix.



Add the chopped tomatoes and cook it until mushy.Sprinkle some water if it too dry.Let it cook for another couple of minutes.Finally add the boiled eggs and mix it well.Sprinkle the chopped coriander leaves and put off the flame.



Serve it with aappam.



Enjoy..........................................................




  • As my chilly powder is spicy I used 1 tsp,if you want you can add up to 11/2 tsp.
  • If the tanginess is not enough add a tsp of lemon juice at the end.

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19 comments:

Your pictures are just torturing me Nalini, its been a while i prepared egg roast and now am drooling here..

Looks spicy and yumm!! never made egg roast / masala shall try sometime :)

looks mouthwatering and loved the picture

Perfectly done eggs and lovely presentation.

hmmm mouthwatering clicks ....

Beautiful clicks.. This is one of my favorites. looks very delicious..

Pictures looks stunning ....wonderful!

that last photo is so tempting

Yet another lovely dish with beautiful pictures nalini..very nice one..will make it sometime..

I dont eat eggs. but the pics r very appealing...

I love that print of that fabric. .its enhancing the set up.
Pics are too good.

I make egg curry similar to this with lots of onion. Nice one.

Hi, should the ginger and garlic paste be 1/2 tbs of each (garlic and ginger paste) to make 1tbs combines or 1 tbs of each? Thanks. It looks delicious.

That egg curry looks sooo good. Yummy!! Love your presentation.

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