Sunday, March 10, 2013

Goan Egg Drop Curry

As usual, today am starting again the famous three days of blogging marathon,for this week's theme i chosed Goan Cuisine. Goa,a beautiful touristic place with wonderful beaches and historical places, this cuisine is well influenced by Portuguese cuisine and obviously goan cuisine is not complete without seafoods, i had a chance to visit this wonderful place few years back,unfortunately i wasnt a foodie blogger that time else i would have clicked all the delicious foods i have eaten there,better not late na thats why i chosed this theme for this week and cooked few delicious dish from this cuisine.

Coming to this egg drop curry,i picked it from a beautiful space Goan Food Recipes, with stepwise and many more traditional Goan dishes,this space is a treasure in case if you want to give a try to Goan foods.Since i searched something with eggs, this egg drop curry caught immediately my eyes and i tried them few days back for our lunch to serve along with some rotis. Trust me, this curry was simply fantabulous, flavourful and mildly spicy.You can also serve this curry along with rice eventhough my choice goes obviously for rotis as this curry will get thickens once the eggs gets cooked.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#26.


3-4nos Eggs
1no Onion (big & chopped finely)
1no Tomato (chopped)
4nos Garlic cloves (chopped)
1/2cup Coconut milk
Oil
Few coriander leaves (chopped)

To grind:
6nos Kashmiri chillies
2tsp Coriander seeds
1tsp Cumin seeds
5tbsp Grated coconut
1no Tamarind(blueberry size)
3nos Garlic cloves
1/4tsp Turmeric powder

Grind all the ingredients given under the list to grind as fine paste with enough water.

Heat oil in a pan, add the onions,garlic cloves and fry until the onions turns transculent,add the chopped tomatoes and cook for few more minutes.

Now add the grounded paste and cook in simmer with salt..

Add a cup of water to the mixer and clean the masala and pour the water to the cooking masala..Bring it to boil.

Now break the egg and pour gently to the boiling gravy,drop the eggs one by one and cook in simmer.

Finally add the coconut milk and tilt the curry without breaking the eggs..

Cook for few more minutes and put off the stove.

Add the coriander leaves and serve hot.

43 comments:

Priya R said... Reply To This Comment

Superb curry planning to do it this week aka :) samma tempting ah erruku

Kitchen Queen said... Reply To This Comment

Love the color of the gravy. Very tempting.

Amina said... Reply To This Comment

wonderful curry... looks yummy...

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

The picture looks superb, I like the new header image too Priya..very nicely done..

Sharanya palanisshami (sara's TASTY BUDS) said... Reply To This Comment

nice clicks sis......

Rebecca Subbiah said... Reply To This Comment

looks so good would love to visit Goa

Rita Bose said... Reply To This Comment

I love eggs and this looks so delicious!! Do visit/follow my blog at- http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

Swathi Iyer said... Reply To This Comment

Delicious curry Priya. Looks yummy.

Sebeena Loyd said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Priya, this is my Mom's go-to recipe, but she never grinds anything. Without grinding also curry will come out well. This version looks very tempting. will try this one.

Shanavi said... Reply To This Comment

LOvely n attractive colour the curry has..Simply marvelous an delicious..Unga recipe a bookmark panni panni kai dhaan valikudhu..avlo superb recipes..

Premalatha Aravindhan said... Reply To This Comment

wow delicious curry priya! loved it...

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

yummy egg curry... subtle flavors... :)

Raksha said... Reply To This Comment

this is my all time favorite.
We don't add cumin,garlic and tomatoes to this gravy in Goa.

But still its my all time fav.

-Raksha
Raksha's Kitchen

Latha Madhusudhan said... Reply To This Comment

Nice to go with chappu.

Roshans Cucina said... Reply To This Comment

looks yummy....i prepare a variation of this without the coconut and the grinding part... nice catch anyway!

Amrita Roy said... Reply To This Comment

Few years back I was in Goa, I used to love this dish...thanks for reminding again

PriyaVaasu said... Reply To This Comment

Gravy looks very tempting Priya!!!

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Great clicks...and may b e my son can use this recipe.

Rani Acharyulu said... Reply To This Comment

Nice curry

Fimère said... Reply To This Comment

c'est bien parfumé et appétissant
bonne journée

thoushaltcook said... Reply To This Comment

The dish is so pretty :) And you rightly said, Goa is a stunning place. Its food has not been given the respect it deserves, I am glad you picked this theme.

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

First of all, I love your new header - it is absolutely gorgeous! Secondly, the color of this curry is too good - must be so delicious!!!

Saranya Balaji said... Reply To This Comment

So tempting curry ka...I love the color its inviting me..

The Pumpkin Farm said... Reply To This Comment

this is so pretty looking pic, and love the egg drop curry, though i think it is not necessarily goan for me, as my mom also made it but with some more spices, making it more kolhapuri then goan...

Meena Selvakumaran said... Reply To This Comment

great clicks.lovely gravy color.

divya said... Reply To This Comment

Looks yummy and tempting...nice clicks.

nayana said... Reply To This Comment

Curry looks lovely and the colour is too tempting....

Foodiliciousnan said... Reply To This Comment

The picture is awesome! Since I don't eat eggs, I could try it with some other vegetable or maybe paneer. Can't wait to try it!

Rinku Naveen said... Reply To This Comment

Have heard of Egg drop soup never of the curry. Love Goan cuisine

Treatntrick Treat and Trick said... Reply To This Comment

I love your new look and this tasty curry!

Corporate to Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

I love the color of your curry I think the Kashmiri chili powder has given this rich texture. BTW I remember mummy packing this for our lunch in school. I love this curry & to eat it with Akki rotti.

Padmajha PJ said... Reply To This Comment

The color of the gravy looks great. Love the base of the gravy. Might give it a try with paneer or potato.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

Nice curry Priya. Looks very attractive...

Sanoli Ghosh said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy and delicious egg curry. Looks amazing!

today's post:
http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/03/vegetarian-keema-soya-granules-curry.html

veena krishnakumar said... Reply To This Comment

Looks very nice Priya!!

sushma said... Reply To This Comment

Picture perfect...looks awesome must be tasting good

Manju said... Reply To This Comment

Love to drop eggs in gravy, my mom use to do this but she won't add coconut milk and in grinding instead of tamarind she use to add onion.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Curry looks really good! love the gravy :)

Sangeetha said... Reply To This Comment

Love this kind of poached egg curry, this version sounds so flavorful and delicious...super inviting curry!

Smitha Joga said... Reply To This Comment

this looks very delicious and yummy...i got to try this soon~

Shylaja Praveen said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful color.Looks yummy Priya

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

OMG.. that curry looks lip smacking. I'm going to try this out soon. That gravy sounds amazing.

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