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Egg Korma

I am back after a really long time. Have been really busy organizing my life around home, kid and new job. Yes thats right I am a working lady now :)

So here is my latest recipe.


  1. Egg: 8 (hard boiled) 
  2. Bay Leaf: 1 
  3. Dry Whole Red Chilli : 2 
  4. Green Cardamom: 2 
  5. Clove: 2 
  6. Cinnamon: 1” 
  7. Onion – 1 cup Finely Chopped
  8. Onion Paste: 2 Tbsps 
  9. Ginger Paste: 1 ½ tsps 
  10. Garlic Paste: 1 tsp 
  11. Tomato Puree: 2 Tbsps 
  12. Yogurt: 4 – 5 Tbsps 
  13. Turmeric Powder: 1 tsp 
  14. Red Chillie Powder: ¾ tsp 
  15. Garam Masala Powder: ½ tsp 
  16. Fresh Cream: 2 tsps 
  17. Oil: ¼ cup 
  18. Ghee: 2 tsps 
  19. Green Chilies: 2 – 3 
  20. Sugar – 1 tsp
  21. To taste Salt

Heat white oil 2 Tbsp and fry the eggs to a golden brown colour. Keep them aside.

Heat the remaining oil and ghee. Fry the sliced onions till they become golden in colour. Keep them aside.

In the same ghee-oil add whole garam masala dry whole red chillie and bay leaf. add onion paste and sugar. 

Fry till oil separates.

Now add all the dry masalas except garam masala. Sauté for few seconds and then add beaten yogurt.

Again sauté till oil separates and add fried eggs.

Add some water (about 1 cup).
After 2-3 minutes add the fried onions and green chillies.

Let it cook for another 2-3 minutes.

Finish it with fresh cream and garam masala powder.

As the gravy thickens, turn off the heat and serve it hot with your choice of bread ( roti, naan, paratha) and enjoy.

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