Egg Curry Anyone?

March 19, 2012

For some odd reason I was craving eggs today. I think it was because I woke up to my brother gobbling down an egg mcmuffin from mcdonalds. So because I am traveling to India this week I wanted to make an indian recipe with egg. I came a crossed egg curry and thought it was very interesting. However, like the rest of my recipes I decided to put my own twist into it and this is what I have came up with.


2 hard boil eggs

6 Curry leaves

Half Onion

1 tsp Chili Powder

1/4 tsp oil


1. Hard boil the 2 eggs when they are done crack the shell off and crack the eggs into halves.

2. Heat oil in pan for about 2 mins and add curry leaves in

3. add in half onion and cook for 5 min

4. add in chili powder and cook for 2 min

6. Put hard boil eggs in bowl and scrape curry leaves and onions into the bowl

7. Mix with spoon for 2 minutes.

8. Enjoy!


George Enjoys Indian Spices as well!

Another way to make Egg Curry!




March 15, 2012

Welcome to the country filled with spices. I am not a big fan of spices. I found this Indian recipe called broccoli fry. I thought I would attempt to make it. However I realized it has a bunch of unknown spices in it. I don’t want to spend my hard earn $8.00 an hour on ingredients I may or may not like. So I decided to try to attempt to make the recipe my own way.


Bag of fresh broccoli and cauliflower mixed together ( I got a bag from target for 2 bucks)

a pinch of parsley

1 tsp of oil

2 tsp of sesame seeds

1 tsp of cinnamon


1. Chop up broccoli and cauliflower into small pieces

2.Heat oil on medium in a pan for 2 min.

3. Add sesame seeds to pan with oil

4. Add chopped up vegetables and cook for 3 to 6 mins mixing with a spatula.

5. Scrap ingredients that is on pan into a bowl

6. Add pinch of parsley

7. Add pinch of cinnamon

5. Let it stand of one min.

6. Serve 🙂

Food Prices in India may be going up.

Like this recipe so much you can try making it with beans!

or you can try making Green Chili Pachadi