Eggplant With Egg Curry / Brinjal Egg Curry

Have you ever tasted boiled egg along with eggplant? If not, try out this recipe as I am sure you ar...

Have you ever tasted boiled egg along with eggplant? If not, try out this recipe as I am sure you are going to like it. I happened to try this combination few days back and loved it. Its simple with minimal spices hence good for all. Do try and let me know your comments.


Ingredients:

Onions - 1(Finely chopped)
Green Chillies - 3(Cut vertically into two halves)
Eggplant/Brinjal - 6(Finely chopped as shown in the pictures)
Tomatoes - 2(Finely chopped)
Eggs - 3
Salt - As per taste
Red Chilli Powder - 2 tablespoons
Turmeric Powder - Half tablespoon
Oil - 2 tablespoons

Preparation:

Boil the eggs with water and add a pinch of salt to it. Peel off the outer layer and keep the boiled eggs aside.
Take a pan to heat and add oil to heat. Add onions and green chillies to it and fry for 5 mins.


Add the cut brinjal pieces along with turmeric powder and salt. Mix it and cook for 10 mins by covering with a lid.


Add the tomatoes and cook for another 10 mins by covering with a lid.


Once you feel the tomatoes and brinjal are cooked, add red chilli powder and mix.


Take the boiled eggs and make cuts on them using a knife. Add these eggs to the curry and mix well. These cuts are made so that the curry flavour gets into the eggs. Cook for 2 mins and remove the pan from heat. Serve hot.


Serving Options:

Serve the brinjal egg curry with steamed rice and get the flavour of the curry.

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  1. Yummy curry, super curry for rice and rotis.

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  2. Oh, this is so innovative. Egg curry with brinjals sounds fantastic and full of flavours. Sounds and looks yummy!
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  3. wow...eggplant n egg..yummy and different combo. Must be really tasty.
    I think it must be great with briyani:)

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    1. I can assure its perfect with rice...I am yet to try with biryani :)

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  4. Interesting combo ....looks gud

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  5. Never seen this combo..
    very innovative recipe..people who dislike brinjal also may relish because of the egg flavour.

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    1. Thank u shobha...try out n let me knw how u found it

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  6. Looks nice. It is like having a two-in-one curry.

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    1. Yeah radha...thanks for your comment dear

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  8. Wow!! Looks delicious Lavanya :) Love the combo egg with brinjals..
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  9. Oh, that textured has me filled with wonderful possibilities!

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  10. That's a nice idea, looks awesome..

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  11. yummy! first time to ur space.. great recipes with step by step photos..following you..

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    1. Following u too dear. Thanks for dropping by :)

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  12. Interesting combo,haven't tried adding egg to egg plant curry,yummy!!
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  15. Hello Lavanya, First time to your space and it is so much fun! i've never tried eggplant with egg in a curry, and it looks very interesting! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Try n let me know how u found it :)

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  16. Lovely recipe

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  17. looks yummy. I might as well try cooking this dish.

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    1. yeah...do try n dont forget to tell me how it came out :)

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  18. In Pic 1 you have included patta leaves.. but in the ingredient list its missing. Do we need to add, if so, when?
    Thanks

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    1. Hello Surya. You can add it for flavour or ignore it. I added it along with onions and since it was not a necessary ingredient and personal choice, I didn't mention about it.
      Thanks for paying such good attention. Keep visiting and check out more posts!

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