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Egg curry..?

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Topic: Egg curry..?
Posted By: aishag88
Subject: Egg curry..?
Date Posted: 16 November 2005 at 11:59am

 anyone know how to make egg curry?

 I am trying to start liking eggs...cuz I really want to eat something hot and quick before school.

 thanks




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Posted By: Nausheen
Date Posted: 16 November 2005 at 11:48pm

Auzubillahi minash shaitan ir rajeem,

Bismillah ir rahman ir rahim

Dear, if you like a quick prepration of egg, better go for boiled eggs, coz egg curry is surely hot, but not quick.

Anyway, here is how you can prepare a curry.

2 boiled eggs

2 potatoes, pealed and cut into cubes (large)

1 tomato chopped.

1 onion - chopped.

spices (turmeric 1 tsp, corriander powder 2 tsp, garlic past 1/4th tsp)

mustard and mace seeds for seasoning.

cooking oil 4table spoons.

Some fresh corriander leaves.

salt and cilly powder to taste.

Heat 1 table spoon oil, and season it with mustard and mace. Fry onions, add all the spices and fry for 5-7 minutes.

Add potatoes and tomatoes, and cover to allow the potatoe cubes to tender.

Boil eggs, peal off the shell and deep fry in a separate pan.

When the potatoes are ready, add the eggs and simmer for 5 mins.

Garnish with corriander leaves.

Serve hot.

Enjoy!



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Wanu nazzilu minal Qurani ma huwa
Shafaa un wa rahmatun lil mo'mineena
wa la yaziduzzalimeena illa khasara.


Posted By: Angel
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 4:10am

Actually I find scambled eggs more quicker

Has anyone tried hard boiled egg, chopped up, on vegemite toast ? yummie 

 



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Posted By: herjihad
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 7:45am

Vegemite toast?  No.  Plain dipped in salt and pepper, yes.

A quick American egg breakfast that I make for my daughter to take in her hand and run out to school:

English muffin lightly toasted.  Fried egg with the yolk burst and slightly cooked, not hard; a piece of cheese melted slightly on the muffin.  Margarine, butter or olive oil is optional as is the cheese.  Put them together in a napkin and run for the door! Bismillah!



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Al-Hamdulillah (From a Married Muslimah) La Howla Wa La Quwata Illa BiLLah - There is no Effort or Power except with Allah's Will.


Posted By: herjihad
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 7:49am

Bismillah,

Then there's the bagel recipe.  Scramble up an egg, plop a bagel on it when it's almost cooked, push down to brown the egg a bit and let it stick to the bagel some. Turn over and put a piece of cheese on it with the heat off.  cover it for a minute so the cheese will melt slightly.  Enjoy.  Bismillah!



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Al-Hamdulillah (From a Married Muslimah) La Howla Wa La Quwata Illa BiLLah - There is no Effort or Power except with Allah's Will.


Posted By: herjihad
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 7:51am

Bismillah,

For greater nutrional value, you could add dark green or reddish lettuce, tomatoes, sweet red peppers et cetera.



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Al-Hamdulillah (From a Married Muslimah) La Howla Wa La Quwata Illa BiLLah - There is no Effort or Power except with Allah's Will.


Posted By: aishag88
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 11:45am
 Well the problem is I don't like eggs...so different ways is good too


Posted By: ummziba
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 12:20pm

Assalamu alaikum,

Aishag88, do you like tuna?  If you do, here is a recipe you can make the night before, then, just spoon onto a bagel, pita bread, english muffin, or on bread or toast.  The tuna pretty much masks the taste of the egg:

1 can tuna, drained,  2-3 hardboiled eggs (peeled and chopped), 1/2 small white onion (diced fine) - or use 2 green onions (cut fine), 1 large or 2 small ribs of celery (chopped fine), salt and pepper to taste, you can add a bit of chopped pimento or roasted sweet pepper if you like...

Mix it all together well and add just enough mayonnaise or other sandwich dressing to hold it all together.  Keep covered in fridge, keeps for several days.  You can even microwave your tuna/egg sandwich just before eating, if you like it warm instead of cold.  Hope you like it!

Peace, ummziba.



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Posted By: Whisper
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 1:53pm
Nausheen, masha Allah, you are back. She would love anday ka halwa!


Posted By: Nausheen
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 6:03pm

Originally posted by Whisper

Nausheen, masha Allah, you are back. She would love anday ka halwa!

Alhamdulillah! Am not sure how long I will stay around this time, but hoping for a pleasant comeback in near future.

I think anday ka halwa is the most difficult recepie of the world - tho I like it very much.

Since winters are round the corner at my end, I am waiting for kali gaajar ka halwa

Maa salaama



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Wanu nazzilu minal Qurani ma huwa
Shafaa un wa rahmatun lil mo'mineena
wa la yaziduzzalimeena illa khasara.


Posted By: Angel
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 6:07pm

mmmm..those recipes sounds yummie  

by the way what is anday ka halwa and kali gaajar ka halwa ?



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~ Our feet are earthbound, but our hearts and our minds have wings ~


Posted By: Maryga
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 9:37pm

anday ka halva is egg halwa (halwa - a delicious desert pretty thick & gluggy/solid in consistency)

Kali gaajar ka halwa - black (?) carrot halwa.

Would love to get recipes for both these.

Here's a quick and nutritious breakfast - especially for kids and those who don't like the smell of eggs. Blend together an egg, a small banana, a cup of low fat milk, 2 tsps sugar and 2 drops of vanilla or rose essence. They will gulp it down  because it is soo..... tasty!



Posted By: Whisper
Date Posted: 17 November 2005 at 11:38pm

You touched something from a good half century ago. Kali gajjar ka halwa in a thaal on charcoal fire. He was a refugee from Kashmir. He died and then no one knew how to really make it as magical as he did.

If anyone desire to eat well, live in Hind (India). a Pashtun saying!




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