The title sounds weird and funny, all those people who know this term, it means hotchpotch, confusion, mix-match and so on. So now, Gudbud egg, what’s that. Recently after starting to live on our own, 7 of us in one apartment, and recently we even started cooking, one night me and another roommate of mine, started cooking egg curry for the night. We didn’t have any specific recipe in mind, so we just did what we could, and to our worst hopes it turned out the tastiest thing ever. Other roommates, who had already eaten outside, just with the aroma and look of the dish, had a second helping each.
So what made this recipe so tasty, you’ll find out yourself. Ok here goes.
1 small Onion
2 Long green chilies
3 Teaspoons Sunflower Oil
2 Teaspoons Chicken Masala Powder
1 Teaspoon of Turmeric Powder
Salt to Taste
Boil the eggs. Take of the shells and keep it separate.
Chop the Onion, Tomatoes and Green Chilies and keep it aside too.
Now heat a vessel with oil in it, when the oil has become hot and ready to cook, add the chopped Onions, Tomatoes and Green Chilies and fry them, until onion turns slight golden brown in color. Add the Chicken Masala powder and turmeric Powder, and mix well. Now add the eggs by smashing them, and saute the whole dish, add 2 glasses of water, so that everything cooks well, check the taste and add the require amount of salt and maybe Masala powders to add on.
The secret of how it became tasty was, when we stopped boiling the eggs, and started removing the shells, we realized they were half boiled, and we didn’t know what to do. Somehow we didn’t want to throw them, nor tell others that they make know what happened in the kitchen, so some flash ideas popped in our minds, just smashed those eggs, and continued cooking. And the dish was the favorite till now.
So that I shared the recipe with you, and somehow if my other roommates read this, I’ll get ready to protect myself, from todays kicks and punches. But Happy cooking to all those who would like to try this. It was really yummy; you can ask the ones who ate them.