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Monday Special Mughlai Egg Curry Recipe: Kick-Start Your Week With A Touch Of Royalty
Monday Special Mughlai Egg Curry Recipe: Kick-Start Your Week With A Touch Of Royalty

Let’s all agree, there are enough reasons to associate blues with Mondays. It takes us back to the hectic work days, giving us no time to relax. In such a scenario, cooking meals can be a different ball game altogether. This is where eggs come to our rescue. Rightly referred to as man’s best friend, we just need an egg or two to get our job done. It is versatile, fuss-free, and can be prepared in a wide range of dishes. Take egg curry for instance. Egg curry makes for a wholesome meal any time of the day. Boiled or fried eggs, dunked in spicy curry – the dish defines delight! But what we enjoy the most is the variety we get in a humble egg curry recipe. We have instant egg curry, fried egg curry, shahi egg curry and more. Likewise, we recently came across another recipe that left a strong impression on our minds. It’s the Mughlai egg curry. Sounds royal, isn’t it? Let’s take a look at the recipe.

Quick And Easy Egg Recipe: How To Make Mughlai Egg Curry:

The very first thing we associate with a Mughlai recipe is its richness. Keeping up with the tradition, this recipe too includes a host of royal spices that adds exotic and royal texture and aroma to the dish. Some of the major ingredients we need to prepare the Mughlai curry are tomato puree, cream, cashew paste, diced onion, ginger garlic paste, red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric, salt to taste, and of course boiled eggs.

To start with, let’s prepare the gravy. To make the curry, we need to heat oil in a pan and add cloves, bay leaf, cardamom, ginger-garlic paste and onion to it. Cook until the onions turn soft.

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Egg curry is a delightful recipe nobody can resist.

Now add tomato puree to the masala and cook until the oil starts to separate. Once done, add some cream. You can replace the cream with cashew paste to get that extra rich flavour.

Once the gravy is cooked well, add the hard-boiled eggs, mix and garnish with coriander leaves. And yes, do not forget to cut the eggs into two halves before adding to the gravy. And you have a delicious bowl of Mughlai egg curry ready to be relished. You can pair it with rice, roti or paratha.

Watch the detailed recipe video in the header section.

Try out this super easy recipe and kick-start the week with something delicious and rich.

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