Egg Malai Masala is an easy, simple, delicious with low spice and creamy dish, which is cooked with a boiled egg in a creamy gravy with ginger garlic paste and onion puree mix.
These eggs are stir-fried in a masala and creamy gravy and served with roti or parathas, it is a very much healthy dish. Egg being the wonderful source of protein and the combination of milk is so yummy in taste with full of proteins.
Yummy recipe that cannot be denied by the person who loves eggs, You can always use leftover eggs from the breakfast, especially children do not like to eat egg or milk so cook this delicious, scrumptious, healthy Malai egg masala curry for your children they love to eat it. It takes maximum 20-25 mins to cook with few ingredients, So try it once.
- Egg-4 (boiled, shelled, cut in halves)
- Onion-2 medium size, roughly cubed
- Green chillies-2
- Ginger-garlic paste-1 tsp
- Cumin powder-1 tsp
- Pepper powder-1/2 tsp
- Garam- masala powder-1 tsp
- Coriander leaves-1 bunch (finely chopped)
- Salt to taste
- Boil the egg & cut in halves
- Put the cubed onions & green chillies into a grinder & blend into a smooth paste
- Fine chop a bunch of coriander leaves
In a kadhai, add oil and once medium hot, add the onion green chilli paste lower flame & cook 2 min.
Now add the ginger-garlic paste and mix it well.
Keep cooking in low flame, stirring often, for around 15 mins till paste changes colour.
Now switch off the flame and add the milk stirring continuously. Mix it well with the masala.
Switch on the flame and keep in low flame till oil separates.
Put in the cumin powder, pepper powder, garam-masala powder and salt mix it well and cook for a few mins.
Place the egg halves in the gravy, yolk side down to absorb the spices.
Cover it and cook for few mins.
After few mins turn the egg halves yolk side up.
Add finely chopped coriander leaves and mix it well.
Cook covered the lid for few mins till oil separates.
Switch off the flame take it out in bowl or plate and serve hot, enjoy with rice, roti, parathas.
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