Egg-cess Curry

I am a proud eggetarian. I can eat eggs for breakfast ,lunch ,dinner and snacks. So naturally I try to find new ways of having them. Without letting my love for eggs take me away from the recipe, here it is.


Serves 2

Eggs 2 boiled, 1 for scramble , 2 for poached

Potatoes diced very small pcs 2

Onion chopped 2

Tomato chopped 1

Ginger-Garlic paste

Turmeric powder, Coriander powdee, Garam Masala powder, Red Chilli powder

Kasuri methi


White oil


Heat oil in a pan add onions and saute. Add the ginger garlic paste and continue to fry this. Once the raw smell of the mix goes add the tomatoes. Saute this to soften tomatoes. Keep the flame on medium. Add the potatoes and mix well. Add the powder ingrediants and keep cooking this. Once the potatoes are slightly browned,season with salt, it will soften the potoates. Add 2 cups of water. Cover with lid and cook for 5-8 mins. Check if potatoes have softened. Break one egg into the mix and scramble it. This will slightly thicken the gravy. Let this cook for 2 mins and then break in the 2 eggs as a poach. Be careful not break the yolk while handling. You can cover the pan for 1 min to let poached egg set. Sprinkle salt on the yolks. Check for seasoning. By this time the curry should be thick and no excess water should be there. Now slice the boiled eggs and add them. Try to coat these with gravy. Sprinkle Kasuri methi and some garam masala. Take off heat and serve with roti.

Enjoy the egg-cess curry.

Maggi 3 styles

Maggi is a go to snack and breaky item for me. I know a lot of people frown upon its unhealthy contents. But it is a life saver when one wakes up hungry. Here are my 3 styles of maggi. 

Chilli Maggi 


Maggi and maggi masala

Green chilli chopped-2


Boil 1 &1/2 cup of water in a pan, turn down the heat, add the broken pieces of maggi in the water. Cover the pan with a lid. Let it cook for 2 mins. Remove the lid and add the maggi masala and the chopped chillies. Give it a mix. Let the maggi cook and the extra liquid evaporate. I like the maggi to be dry. Remove from heat. Enjoy.
Cheese Maggi


Maggi and maggi masala

Amul cheese 


Boil 1 &1/2 cup of water in a pan, turn down the heat, add the broken pieces of maggi in the water. Cover the pan with a lid. Let it cook for 2 mins. Remove the lid and add the maggi masala and the cheese. Adding chopped chillies is optional. Give it a mix. Cook for a minute. The cheese will melt and thicken so keep the heat low to prevent it from sticking to the pan. Remove from heat. Add a dash of tomato ketchup and enjoy.

Fried Maggi with Soya Chunks


Maggi and maggi masala

Chopped onion 1

Chopped carrot 1

Boiled soya chunks or minced soya 

Soya sauce

Chilli sauce

Tomato sauce


Heat oil in a pan, saute the onion, carrot. You can add other vegetables like beans or spring onion. Sprinkle some salt and cover the pan. Cook till vegetables soften. Don’t over cook it. Leave the vegetables a little crunchy.  Add 1 tbsp of tomato sauce and chilli sauce and 1 tsp soya sauce. Mix in the soya chunks or minced soya. Cook for 2 mins. Add the maggi noodles and pour in 1 and 1/2 cups of water to the pan. Turn up the heat. Bring the water to boil. Turn down the heat and cover the pan. Cook for 3 mins. Remove the lid stir and cook for another 1 minute and let the extra liquid evaporate. Note no salt ia added because soya sauce has salt it in. You can adjust the salt if required. Take off heat and serve.

10 minute Fried RiceĀ 

I do not enjoy cooking as much as i enjoy eating. But when you are ab adult you have to be able to cook to satisfy your cravings. I post my kitchen experiments often on FB  but I  do not share recipes mostly because I am nothing orginal to share. I have a recipe notebook given to me by my mom with all my favourite recipes of dishes she cooks for me. I have over the years added a few recipes of my choice. However,recently I realised there are some quick fix meals which are my original creations. These are simple dishes which can be prepared for one person as a breakfast dish or snack or lunch.

The 1st recipe I am sharing is a 10 min fried rice. It’s really very simple to prepare mainly for your leftover extra rice as a special lunch treat for yourself.

Prep time 5 mins

Cooking time 5 mins

Serves -1 


Boiled long grained rice ( preferably leftover )- 1 bowl

Carrot Shredded -1

Onions Sliced -1

White oil -1 tbsp

Soya sauce-1 tbsp

Chilli sauce-1 tsp

Tomato sauce-1 tbsp

Salt &Pepper 

Heat oil in a wok. Add the onion and suate till translucent. Keep it on medium flame. Add the carrot and temper with a sprinkle of salt. Mix and cover for 2 minute to let the vegetables soften. Add the boiled rice mix it with vegetables. Cook for 3 minutes. Add 1 tbsp each  of soya sauce and tomato sauce , 1 tsp of chilli sauce. Mix well to coat all the rice. Fry the rice well if required turn up the heat. Sprinkle little water to keep it from sticking to the bottom. Cook for 2 minutes. Once done. Add some pepper powder and adjust salt.

And your spicey fried rice is ready to enjoy.