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Asparagus Egg Thoran


Asparagus egg thoran is a real comfort food and it is stir fried asparagus with coconut,eggs and a touch of cumin.Asparagus is a healthy vegetable and is rich in fiber, folic acid and vitamins. I tried asparagus thoran when I saw  it in Nisha and Maya's blog and it soon became a family favorite. Once I tried this thoran with eggs and it tasted delicious.This is definitely one of the simplest recipe with asparagus. Give this a try..you will surely love it.


Ingredients
Asparagus - 1 bunch
Onion- 1 small
Coconut- 1/2 cup
Cumin- 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Green chilly-2
Egg-2
Pepper powder- a pinch
Garlic-2 pods
Curry leaves
Mustard seeds- 1/2 tsp



Wash and clean asparagus. Discard its woody base and chop and keep aside.
In a mixer crush and mix shredded coconut, cumin and garlic and turmeric powder
Heat oil in a pan and splutter mustard seeds and fry curry leaves. Add onion,green chilly and fry till golden brown. Now add asparagus and salt and fry for two minutes( you can close lid and cook for a minute if you like it soft). Add the coconut mixture  and saute. Beat two egg,make a well in the center of the pan and pour in. Give it a good stir and allow the eggs to  get completely coated with the asparagus and get cooked . Sprinkle a pinch of pepper powder(optional) and serve as  a side dish for rice.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. Nice idea of mixing asparagus with egg..Looks delicious..

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  2. Never tried a dish with Asparagus and it looks delicious...

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  3. I love asparagus and this recipe sounds really good:):)

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  4. Haven't tried asparagus in a pure indian form.. want to try soon.. Great idea on adding eggs and making it yummy..
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  5. never had asparagus but this look very healthy and light.

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  6. I had tried methi/fenugreek leaves with eggs..but this for the first time..looking a healthy one!

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  7. Fantastic combo ~ yummy to the core :)
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  8. new combo i'm sure this would be wonderful i like ur bowl!

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  9. wow thx for the recipedear....will try it soon

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  10. wow...thats a nice combo dear...very healthy thoran...I will try this soon, because my hubby always tells me to prepare something with asparagus...will give him a surprise...:)

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  11. what a great combination...looks healthy and tasty dear!!

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  12. Egg certainly boosts the appeal of asparagus. Looks super yummy!

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  13. kore kaalam aayi asparagus try cheyyanam nnu vichaarikkunnu... this looks yumm..

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  14. omg...they re perfect with tempting clicks..
    Tasty Appetite

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  15. I never use asparagus , now you guys are inspiring to try it.

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  16. what a great combination...looks healthy and tasty dear!!

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  17. I've never tried asparagus in my kitchen.. Looks delicious.. I'll also follow ur way and will make it soon dear

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  18. Thoran looks deliciously vibrant and colorful. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  19. Innovative side- dish. Please pass me the bowl, it makes me very hungry:)

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  20. Thoran is so tempting. First time to ur space. Following you:) Do stop by mine and follow me too when you find time.

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  21. Delicious asparagus thoran. Asparagus-egg combo try cheythittilla..Will try it next time..

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  22. Give me that bowl,can finish it in no time,simply delicious and healthy..

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  23. thoran loks lovely - nice combo n hey good clicks !

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  24. my hubby likes this thoran very much...urs looks perfect......

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  25. Very tempting version,luks delicious...

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  26. I've always wondered what to do with asparagus-now I know! Looks too delicious and healthy, I must say!!

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  27. Yummy thoran,beautifully presented.

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  28. That looks like a delicious combo..got to try

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  29. i dont buy asparagus ,afraid of how to cook and how it tastes..now i think i can give a try..dish looks delicious...

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  30. Lovely recipe. healthy too. I enjoyed urs chicken ularthu. Its my favourite.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  31. Love the idea of combining egg with asparagus...looks delicious dear :)

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  32. Very nice, unique and innovative recipe. Thoran looks delicious , yummy and tempting. Wonderful presentation.

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  33. rare combo, looks nutritious and filling!

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  34. 2 things i absolutely love...will bookmark it

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  35. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments:)

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  36. wow this looks good...healthy and tasty...need to flag it.

    tht bowl looks beautiful!

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  37. Made this one today... Turned out really good :)

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  38. Thanks for the feedback,it is really encouraging..glad you liked it.
    Please visit again :)

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