10 Simple egg curry recipes from this blog – Eggs are one of the most protein rich and nutrient dense foods that most of us love to include in our diet regularly. Rice and roti are the staples in many Indian homes and hence we opt to make egg curry often. Here are 10 really quick & simple egg curry varieties to accompany your rice, roti, naan, paratha & even appam, puttu, idiyyapam.
These egg dishes are great to try any time, whether it is on a busy day for your dinner or when you have guests home. When I have guests home I usually prepare simple rice varieties like ghee rice, cumin/ Jeera rice, biryani rice, coconut rice, mint/pudina rice to go with any of the egg curry. A bowl of raita or a plate full of onion, cucumber wedges along with some papad will compliment your meal.
10 Simple egg curry recipes below
Punjabi egg masala – Easy punjabi dhaba style egg curry in onion tomato gravy. It goes best with Jeera rice or plain paratha.
Simple egg gravy – South Indian style curry made with very few basic ingredients. This post includes 2 recipe methods.
Egg butter masala – Usually makhani gravy or butter masala is made with paneer or chicken. But this recipe using eggs is a quick replacement to high calorie chicken and paneer.
Egg kurma recipe – Simple south Indian style egg korma made using coconut and spices. This is light unlike the mughalai korma recipe.
Aloo anda curry – Have you ever tried potatoes in egg gravy ? This is a simple recipe that calls for slow cooking the aloo that brings in a unique aroma and taste to the dish.
Chettinad muttai masala – Foods from chettinad cuisine are loved for their unique flavors. If you are a fan of chettinad cuisine, this is a must try recipe. Filled with flavors and deliciousness this is going to impress everyone.
Egg kheema – Usually keema is made with minced meat. However this curry is made with the boiled egg mince.
Egg Vindaloo recipe – A Goan style Vindaloo recipe using boiled eggs and vinegar. The addition of vinegar brings all that unique flavor and aroma. This goes best with plain rice and few onion wedges.