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Masala Egg Fry


Spicy masala egg fry is a quick and easy lunch box fix. It will also come handy especially if you have sudden unexpected guest at home. This can be served as an appetizer or as a side dish for rice. All you need to do is take hard boiled eggs coat them with marinade and lightly shallow fry. My mom used to make this for my lunch box along with tomato chutney and coconut rice or jeera rice and was my favorite combo.

Ingredients
1)Hard boiled eggs-4
Chilly powder- 3/4 tsp( as per taste)
( or pepper powder- 1/2 tsp)
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Ginger garlic paste- 1/2 tsp
Corn starch- 3/4 tsp
salt to taste

2)Onion- 1 medium
Ginger- 1 inch thick
Garlic - 3 pods
Garam masala- 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves- a few
Spring onions or coriander leaves- a little
lemon juice- a few drops(optional)
oil for frying
Salt to taste



 Cut hard boiled eggs into two. Make a paste of all those ingredients listed under one and apply on the eggs. Heat frying pan and pour one tsp of oil and layer the eggs and fry on both sides. In the same oil saute curry leaves,ginger and garlic for a minute followed by onions. Fry this till onions are golden brown. Add garam masala,lemon juice and spring onions/coriander leaves and fry for a minute. Carefully place the fried eggs and gently mix in every thing together. Serve this with jeera rice, pulao or simply with rice and sambar.

Try this ...
Hope you will all enjoy...

Comments

  1. drool worthy egg fry.love the colour.

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  2. Oops..am so hungry seeing this.so spicy and mouthwatering.Pinne reg the combo of jeera rice,my God that is going to be fabulous..Mammas are simply superb !!

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  3. wow very tempting and wonderful fry !!

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  4. i like this you have done a delicious job

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  5. wow..nice spicy egg masala..innovative idea!

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  6. Love the color of the masala...looks really tempting and delicious..

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  7. Suja dat can tempt even vegeterian

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  8. As always tempting and yummy fry.

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  9. Aaha nalla color! Pettenne pic kandappol chicken drumstick fry aannenne vicharichu :) Really tempting egg fry!

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  10. wow lovely Easter fry! my recipes to try here piling...

    Happy Easter!

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  11. I love egg dishes..this looks awesome..simple and tasty :)

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  12. Oh, I remember my Mom making this:) Have asked hubby (the cook in the family) to make it for me:):) Thanks for the recipe.

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  13. The spice crust on the eggs look so nice- Yummy fry!
    US Masala

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  14. Mouthwatering here, simply irresistible..

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  15. You have some awards waiting at my space..Please accept them..:)

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  16. wow, what aspicy looking egg masala, adipoli chehci!!

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  17. Enna color, love this spicy and colorful egg masala.

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  18. spicy masala...will surely try it out...

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  19. Loved the first part and use of corn starch

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  20. Very nice color and looks mouthwatering!

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  21. spicy inviting curry.. pics are good..

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  22. loved the color of it...never tried roast this way...got to try next time

    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  23. I cannot take my eyes off from it ,inviting clicks .It is really quick to make as well .

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  24. Nice and spicy.
    Please collect FOOD MAZAA AWARD from my blog.

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  25. wow.......im drooling.............slurpppppppp..........

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  26. So much tempting even after having my dinner...looks super yumm

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  27. Never seen such a spicy curry... love it..

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  28. yummy and spicy will def give it a try........ looks soooooooooooooo good

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  29. Looking spicy and delish,loved your version.I always mix rice after i take the eggs out from the pan.

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  30. wow.....super duper aanallo.....

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  31. Spicy and mouth-watering recipe,looks so tempting.

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  32. hi suja,

    plz collect ur award from my blog!

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  33. Mouthwatering love the roasted colour and flavour!

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  34. this is awesome ... i liked it very much you can download more spicier and andhra spls from
    kmshomemadefood.blogspot.in

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  35. Can I use corn flour instead of corn starch?

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    1. Hi Anon,thanks for stopping by
      Yes you can use corn flour instead,it is optional ingredient,gives a crispy coating..do try it,have a great day:)

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  36. this is very tempting... going to try :)

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  37. really very attractive and mouth watering..all ur recipes are more perfect and love to c ur colourful recipes

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