SPICY EGG KEEMA

Egg Keema is a spicy and delicious Indian egg recipe made in 30 mins. Kheema is a quick and protein-packed side for Rice, Chapatti, Paratha or Dosa.

Easy Indian Side Dish for paratha or chapati:

Making Indian sides for paratha is a time-consuming task for dinner. For a change try this egg keema instead of your regular sabzi, dal, and curries. It tastes spicy and flavorful with tomato, onion, and spices, so it is an excellent side for parathas.

Smart Tips:

1. Chop the boiled eggs finely for this recipe, so the flavor infuses in the boiled egg.

2. Hold on adding too much water in masala this dish should be thick in consistency.

3. Make sure to cook tomatoes until it becomes soft, and the oil starts separate to the top.

4. Check for the salt once the masala is done.

5. Mix chopped boiled eggs gently, to avoid egg yolk getting mashed up with the masala.

SPICY EGG KEEMA

Kids Friendly Boiled Egg Recipe:

If your child likes to eat eggs, then you are in luck because I have heard many kids does not like eggs. Especially, boiled egg is good, as it is a quick and healthy protein source. My kid does not prefer eating eggs, so I always have to come up with ideas to include egg in his diet.

This is one such dish, I stuff egg kheema in between parathas or roll it in a paratha and make it easy for him to eat.

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How to serve Egg Keema?

Serve Egg Kheema with Paratha, Dosa or as a side with Yogurt rice or any rice varieties.

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SPICY EGG KEEMA
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EGG KEEMA IS A SPICY EGG RECIPE 30 MINS
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
25 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 

Egg Keema is a spicy and delicious Indian egg recipe made in 30 mins. Kheema is a quick and protein-packed side for Rice, Chapatti, Paratha or Dosa. 

Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 2
Author: Antonet Roajer
Ingredients
  • 2 no EGG WHL RAW FRSH
  • 1 cup ONIONS RAW
  • 1 no ROMA TOMATO
  • 1 tsp GINGER GARLIC PASTE
  • 1 tsp CORIANDER POWDER
  • 0.5 tsp GARAM MASALA
  • 0.5 tsp SALT TABLE
  • 4 tbsp OIL
  • 0.5 tsp CUMIN SEED
  • 10 no CURRY LEAVES
  • 1 tsp PEPPER RED OR CAYENNE
Instructions
  1. In a pan heat oil add cumin seeds, chopped onion, green chilies, curry leaves and cook until onion becomes soft.

  2. Add ginger garlic paste and cook until it loses its raw smell.

  3. Add chopped tomato and cook until it becomes soft.

  4. Add turmeric powder, coriander powder, salt, red chili powder and mix well. Sprinkle little amount to avoid burning spices and cook until the spices lose its raw smell.

  5. Add garam masala, salt and mix well. Check for the salt taste now and add accordingly. 

  6. Add finely chopped boiled eggs and mix gently. Garnish it with coriander leaves.