Watch: Masala Egg Curry Recipe - This Spicy Egg Curry With South Indian Tadka Is Sensational

Masala egg curry recipe: This protein-rich egg curry is turned whole lot spicier with green chillies and red chilli powder, but the high point is the south Indian-style tadka.

Neha Grover  |  Updated: September 24, 2020 13:12 IST

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Watch: <i>Masala</i> Egg Curry Recipe - This Spicy Egg Curry With South Indian <i>Tadka</i> Is Sensational

South Indian-style masala egg curry recipe is a must-try.

Highlights
  • Do you want to make your egg curry more spicy?
  • Try this masala egg curry recipe with hot tempering.
  • Watch the recipe video to make it at home.

An egg lover like us can have eggs any time of the day, not just for breakfast. When it comes to main meals, egg curry is the obvious choice. But if you want to scale up the flavours and spiciness of the dish, try this masala egg curry with a spicy surprise that is sure to dazzle you. This egg curry is turned whole lot spicier with green chillies and tons of red chilli powder, but the high point of the curry is the south Indian-style tadka strewn all over it. It just can't get better than this.

You can have your fill of proteins from eggs any time you want and please your 'desi' palate at the same time. This wholesome egg curry will steal the show at your dinner table, whether laid out for family or guests.

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(Also Read: How To Make Protein-Rich, Dhaba Style Egg Curry At Home)



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This easy recipe video from NDTV Food will help you to make masala egg curry at home. First, season whole boiled eggs with ginger-garlic paste, red chilli powder, salt, turmeric coconut powder, cumin powder and coriander powder. Saute the masala-wrapped eggs in oil and keep aside.

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Then make the curry by sauteing onions and tomatoes with green chillies and other spices. Grind the mixture to make a smooth paste. Add back the onion-tomato paste to the pan and dip the seasoned eggs in it. Now to spice things up a bit more, add a tempering of hing, mustard seeds, methi seeds, whole red chillies, curry leaves and red chilli powder. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve. 
 

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