Mughlai Egg Curry

Ingredients:

Boiled eggs

Chopped onion one medium sized

Chopped tomato,one big sized

Chopped Coriander leaves

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Green Chili paste

Curd,half bowl

Fresh cream

Pinch of turmeric Powder

Pinch of Kasoori meethi

Pinch of Garam Masala

One tbsp Egg curry masala

One tbsp Corn starch

Cashew Paste (For Garnishing)

Cumin seeds

Oil

salt as per taste

Sugar,half tbsp

Preparations:

Step 1

Take a kadhaai,heat oil, add cumin seeds,when they start to crackle add ginger-garlic paste,green chili paste, chopped onions, pinch of garam masala and dry coriander powder.

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Step 2

Add chopped tomatoes to the kadhaai

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Step 3

Add pinch of turmeric powder,pinch of kasoori methi (It will give an earthy flavor to the gravy), salt as per taste and half tbsp sugar.

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Step 4

Add one tbsp of egg curry powder mixed in water

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Step 5

Add one tbsp of Corn starch, half bowl fresh curd, 5 tbsp fresh cream, chopped coriander leaves along with half bowl of water to the kadhaai.

Note: Corn starch is used here for a better consistency and color of the gravy.

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Step 6

Boil the gravy on a high flame for 3 minutes then turn the stove off.

Add boiled eggs to the gravy, garnish with cream, Cashew paste and coriander leaves.

Mughlai Egg Curry is ready.

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Serve hot with Chapati.

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