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Eggs in hot gravy (Kodi Guddu Koora)


Eggs are good for health! Eat daily an egg! Give children daily a boiled egg! Eggs are..........errr! What Iam talking about? No No No....don'nt worry! Iam not going to say anything more about eggs than this. Since I know, that every body know, that eating boiled eggs as often as possible is good for health! For every body:-)) Indeed, most of us know the importance of good food i.e., what to eat and what not to eat etc. All we need is "Execution" which is most difficult part. We often face that problem. All the time we talk about good food and bad food etc, but forget to follow what we say to others. Well, here I don'nt say that one should stop saying to others about good things what we know. After all, god gave us this gift of communicating with others, to spread good things. But, before saying to others, lets do first and then say!! What do you say?? Hope you all agree with me. Now I stop here and proceed to the recipe before I my self deviate from one topic to another:-) Ok! Coming to the recipe,this is another egg curry yet very simple one to prepare. The name "hot gravy" since, almost all the ingredients used are in paste form adding required spices making the gravy hot. This is another dish which will be perfect to serve for a lunch or dinner party. So lets get into the recipe.
Ingredients:
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6 Eggs
2 Big onions
3 Medium sized tomotoes
2 to 3 Green chillies
2 Tbsp yogurt
2 Flat tsp red chilli powder
1/2 Tsp garam masala powder
2 Flat tsp coriander powder (dhaniyala podi)
1/2 Tsp cumin seeds
2 Tsp of ginger & garlic paste
Few curry leaves
1/4th Cup of fresh cilantro
Salt as required
Oil for cooking (1 tbsp)
Method:
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  1. Boil eggs untill they are completely cooked ;remove skin and keep aside.
  2. Cut onions and tomatoes roughly and make puree of each separately(do not add any water here).
  3. Take a container. Heat oil. Add cumin seeds.(here instead of cumin seeds, you can also add cuimn powder ). Once they start spluttering add curry leaves and wait till they turn crispy. Add green chillies and fry for a second.
  4. Add onion paste and fry till it turns light brown in color. Here it takes more time than usually you fry onions.
  5. Add ginger garlic paste and fry for 1 minute. Add tomato puree and salt. Mix well and cook untill all the water part evaporates.
  6. Add all other spices stated as red chilli powder; garam masala powder; coriander powder. Mix all well togeather.
  7. Cut eggs into half and add them in this gravy. Mix well once. Close the lid and allow to cook on medium heat for 5 to 8 minutes roughly. So that eggs get this spicy masala into it.
  8. Once you see the gravy is togeather leaving sorroundings of the container, add yogurt and mix well. See no lumps are formed here and eggs are not broken further. Allow to cook on low flame for 3 to 5 minutes.
  9. Add fresh cilantro. Mix well. Keep on sim for few 1 minute and remove from heat.
  10. Serve hot with plain rice or any pulav or mixed vege rice or naan or biryaani or simple roti or pulkha. Goes well with all thease.
Note: Always you can vary the spice levels in this dish. For example some may want to go for less red chilli powder, some may want to omit garam masala powder etc. So enjoy the dish with this or your own proprtions of spices.

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Hi..
your egg curry looks very delicious... am going to give ur version a try, without eggs, sice i dont eat eggs now... Nice hungry inducing curry...

Koodi guddu koora is looking very yummy....and so rich...

srivalli
www.cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com

That looks appetizing!

Thank you Priya Dilip...I hope you will enjoy this curry.Even with out eggs the taste of the curry is going to remain same.If u want boil potatoes separately and just add to this curry.Make sure to tell me when you try!

Thank you Srivalli...even you have got a good site.Thanks for all nice words:-)

Thank you Suganya:-)

Looks like winning recipe Meena:))
I am still on vacation,see you next week.

nice yummy looking recipe... slightly different from mine.....bookmarked to try... thanks meena for the recipe...

he he he meena, read all ur 'gyan' abt eating eggs:) somewhat i cant stand the smell of eggs, but i can use the recipe of gravy with some vegetables:)

Thank You Asha..see u soon!

Thank You Dumela..hope you enjoy!

Thank You Sia...Ya Some does'nt like eggs or its smell.hope u enjoy the gravy!

The dish looks simply awesome.. I just finished my lunch before reading your post.. but believe me, seeing the pic, I felt hungry and craving to try this out tonight.

Thank You Anitha.....Iam sure you will enjoy this dish when you have it. Even I like it the most.Its a party dish:-))Enjoy!!

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