Egg Pepper Masala/Egg Pepper Curry


Today I am sharing yet another finger licking egg curry loaded with flavors.With winter slowly getting with a gloomy weather,kids are getting cold.As black pepper is used as a natural remedy for cold and cough I try to include a lot in winters especially.

This egg curry is one such recipe where you can add lot of black pepper to include in the diet.Even kids can enjoy without any complaints.My kids never got bored of this curry and every time they surprise me with their clean plate. Off to the recipe..............








                                                                    
                                                           
                                       Egg Pepper Masala/Egg Pepper Curry



                                                                  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 20 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 30-35 minutes
   Serves ~ 4(generously)


   
  Ingredients

  
Ingredient
Quantity
Hard boiled eggs
6-8
Onion(finely chopped)
2 medium size
Tomato(finely chopped)
2 medium size
Green chilly/pachamilagai
2-3 (slit lengthy)
Ginger&garlic paste
1 tbs
Red chilly powder
1/2 tsp
Coriander powder
3 tsp
Turmeric powder
1/4 tsp
Garam Masala powder
1/4 tsp
Curry leaves/karivepillai
2-3 sprigs
Lemon juice
2 tsp
Salt
1.5 tsp
Oil
2 tbs
Coriander leaves(chopped)
2 tbs

  For the tempering 


Ingredient
Quantity
Clove/lavangam
4-5
Cinnamon/pattai
2 inch piece
Bay leaf
 1 
Star anise
2 petals
Fennel seeds/sombu
1/2 tsp
  
 Roast and powder
Ingredient
Quantity
Fennel seeds/sombu
1 tsp
Black pepper/milagu
1 tbs
Red chilly/varamilagai
 1 


  Grind to a fine paste
Ingredient
Quantity
Coconut(grated)
2 tbs
Poppy seeds/kasakasaa
1/2 tsp



  Method 

  • Boil the eggs for 15 minutes in water and remove the shell,Keep it aside.Grind the given ingredients to a fine paste and set it aside.
  • Dry roast the fennel seeds,black pepper and red chilly in a medium flame till a nice aroma come out.Put off the flame and powder it in a mortar and pestle to a coarse powder.
  • Now in a pan heat a tsp of oil and fry the hard boiled eggs for couple of minutes.Sprinkle a pinch of salt,turmeric powder and red chilly powder.Mix it well and it coats on each egg well.Keep it on a flame for another minute,remove it and transfer to a plate.
  • Now in the same pan heat the remaining oil and do the tempering with the given ingredients.Add the sliced onion,green chilly and curry leaves.Saute it with a pinch of salt till transparent.Add in the ginger&garlic paste,fry it until raw smell disappears.Add in half of the  ground fennel and pepper powder and spice powders.Fry in the oil for a minute.
  • At this stage add in chopped tomato and cook it until mushy.Add 1/2 cup of water and let it cook till the oil separates.Add in the ground paste and mix it well.
  • Add in some water and adjust the consistency if need.Add rest of the ground fennel and black pepper powder.Allow it to boil.Once the raw smell goes off add in the eggs and allow it for one boil.Add in the chopped coriander leaves and lemon juice,put off the flame.
  • Serve it with roti or rice.








  • While frying the fennel and pepper,keep the flame in medium.
  • The spices give are for medium spice level.
  • The amount of green chillies and the black pepper only gives the spiciness to the curry,so adjust accordingly.I added around 1/4 tsp of red chilly powder along with the spice powders.

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



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13 comments:

Wow fantastic Nalini, your pictures are simply stunning!..Hey girl, I am so tired of repeating the same thing everyday ok..hehehe..still I can't stop from drooling how good each picture looks..I like the last one with coconut shell...will try out this recipe too sometime..very good share!

Cant stop drooling at those tempting pics.. I can feel the richness and taste of the recipe right from the images.. Fantastic share!!

I second both valli and sharmila. :-) Sema pictures and love that picture in the coconut shell. I have book marked all your masalas and I use coconut a lot and all yours with coconut sounds absolutely delicious.

I wish I was eating eggs, that curry looks out of the world. I love your stunning pictures 😍😍

That egg curry looks fabulous and oh, so tempting. And to repeat what everyone is saying, stunning pics!

This curry sounds amazing Nalini. I love the pepper flavour in curries. And the addition of coconut makes the curry so creamy. Love that final snap. It is too good..

Drooling nalini... The pictures are so beautiful I think in my hurry to get to the picture I must have skipped some instructions. It's yummy.

Beautiful clicks and very tempting egg pepper masala. Love the addition of lots of pepper and curry leaves. I usually just add boiled eggs to the curry.. like the way you have fried them a little to give it that beautiful yellow colour.

Slurp slurp, i want to have this egg pepper masala with some rice and papads rite now,such an eye pleasing curry.

you know what i only admired the clicks and the eggs in them. Could not skip my eyes from them to read the content.

I am right now making Kerala egg curry, I wish I had seen your post before I started making it. Would have loved to try a slightly different version. Lovely clicks as always and pepper and eggs go so well together

pepper and eggs - I believe are a great combo. this curry looks fab !

That gravy looks awesome. Stunning clicks. I am with valli.. Can't give the same comment daily. Haha

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