Egg Stir Fry/ Egg Masala

 
 
This dish was originally developed by my husband. The only variation I did to his original recipe is the addition of green bell peppers. It’s a super easy and flexible  recipe. You can boil the eggs in advance and keep the cooked sauce mixture refrigerated up to two days until you assemble the whole dish together. For best flavors, use fresh ginger garlic pastes.




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Cooking time: 15 minutes
Cooking level: Easy
Course: Main dish
Serves: 2
 

 

Ingredients



4 Hard Boiled Eggs, peeled
1 tsp olive oil
1 tsp cumin seeds
½ medium sized onion, cut lengthwise
1 small bell pepper, cut lengthwise
2 small tomatoes, roughly chopped
½ tsp ajwain seeds
1 tsp ginger paste
1 tsp garlic paste
1 tsp coriander powder
½ tsp garam masala
salt and pepper as per taste
⅓ cup cilantro leaves for garnish



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Directions


Start to boil eggs in a medium pan.
Meanwhile, heat oil in a medium pan. Crackle cumin seeds in oil and add onions. Saute for a minute on high heat. Add bell peppers and cook for two minutes on medium flame.

 
 
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Add tomatoes, ginger, garlic, ajwain, salt, pepper and coriander powder. Let all the spices and veggies cook together for about 4 minutes on medium heat. 
 
 
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By now, the veggies should be partially cooked. If you don’t want the veggies to be crisp , cook the whole mixture for few more minutes until you get the desired texture of the veggies.
 
 
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Cut each boiled egg lengthwise into two pieces. Add into the spice mixture and mix well. Sprinkle garam masala and mix gently.
 
 

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Garnish with cilantro leaves and enjoy with wheat naan, tortilla or a bun.

 
 
Cooking suggestions
 
  • You can use tofu or paneer cubes instead of eggs.
  • You can also try adding other veggies like spinach, zuchhini or cabbage , one at a time.

Nutrition

 
 
Eggs contain a little bit of all the nutrients our bodies need on a daily basis. They are rich in Choline, and other Vitamins ( A and B group ).

17 Comments

  1. Looks like a must try!

  2. This sounds like a easy recipe that you can make with less effort but achieves tasty results.

  3. This one is perfect for a lazy dinner or lunch .We love eggs and the green veggies and spices will be perfect for a wholesome meal

  4. This is a tasty way to serve eggs – all those flavours! Sounds perfect for brunch!

  5. Derek @ Dad With A Pan

    Love this idea! definitely will give it a go next time I have hard boiled eggs done!

  6. Love it! I remember my granny always adding boiled eggs to left over curry when we were kids. This egg masala stir fry is once again, just perfect for a midweek meal. I love the bell peppers in them!

  7. I love creative egg dishes! I don’t love traditional breakfasts and this would be a great alternative!

  8. This looks perfect for an easy weekday dinner, or even breakfast, looks super easy!

  9. Wow, that sauce looks really good! I bet this would be delicious over fish too, but first to try it with the eggs!

  10. This would great for a side dish. I know my mother will like this so I will have to make this for her.

  11. I love masala but have never tried it with eggs like that before. Can’t wait to try this next time I’m hungry for some curry.

  12. This looks very simple to make. I like that you added peppers to it for an extra kick of flavor.

  13. This sounds spicy and delightful. Eggs are a great protein. Sounds easy enough to make too.

  14. This looks delicious. It would be perfect for a side dish.

  15. I love how you used eggs! Thank you for sharing your husbands recipe!

  16. This looks great. I love curry and I love eggs. Pinned for future reference, I can’t wait to try this!

  17. My recipe is much elaborated, will try yours next time. Thanks for sharing

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