Spice up your morning routine with this egg bhurji recipe – quite literally. In fact, eggs are a great source of protein and are especially good if you’ve been working out. Also, there are so many ways to cook eggs, you will never get bored. For instance, poached eggs lovers should give our Poached Eggs with Sauteed Spinach and Yogurt Sauce a try. It’s perfect for brunch in the backyard.
Firstly, when choosing the right ingredients to accompany eggs, you want to choose vegetables that don’t produce too much liquid when you add salt. If not, you will end up cooking scrambled eggs that are too soggy. So use vegetables that have a low water content such as grated and drained zucchini, spinach, mushrooms, diced tomatoes, and fried potatoes. Moreover, not only do these vegetables add a pop of color to your egg bhurji recipe but it’s a great way to get your daily vitamins and nutrients to start a great morning!
In addition, the caramelized onions, bell peppers, and juicy tomatoes give this egg bhurji a rich interplay of flavors and textures. Not your traditional scrambled eggs, why not try out this colorful recipe and spice things up for breakfast tomorrow?
How to Make Egg Bhurji Recipe
Fall in love with this Indian-style scrambled eggs with sauteed chopped onions, chilies, and fragrant spices!
- Beat eggs and set aside.
- In a pan, heat oil and butter.
- Saute tomatoes, red onion, capsicum, and garlic until cooked evenly.
- Add coriander, paprika, cumin, and curry powder. Season with salt and ground black pepper to taste. Stir and cook for about 5 minutes.
- Add in the beaten eggs and stir often to scramble the egg.
- Serve with pita breads on the side and garnish with chopped cilantro.
- Adding the tablespoon of butter will give an element of richness to your Indian-styled scrambled eggs.
- If you are running late and need to prepare a quick sandwich for work, mix egg, vegetables, and spices in a bowl before cooking in a hot pan as needed.
- Always add coriander to a dish lastly to ensure the freshness of the leaves. Cooking coriander with the rest of the ingredients can change the flavor of your egg bhurji.
- Sugar: 7g
- Calcium: 91mg
- Calories: 292kcal
- Carbohydrates: 15g
- Cholesterol: 273mg
- Fat: 22g
- Fiber: 5g
- Iron: 3mg
- Potassium: 544mg
- Protein: 12g
- Saturated Fat: 5g
- Sodium: 202mg
- Vitamin A: 5408IU
- Vitamin C: 117mg
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I do if the egg bhurji is too spicy?
Reduce the spice level according to your taste. Remove or reduce paprika from the dish and serve with toast and fruits for a kid’s lunch box. You can still retain the flavors from the original recipe without killing yourself from the spice! Play around with the amounts and figure out what works best for you.
What can we eat with egg bhurji?
The dish is easy to prepare and goes well with a toasted bread or even chapati. To reduce the calories in your egg bhurji, you can cook it in coconut oil instead of vegetable oil and add any vegetables you prefer to make it more filling.
What other vegetables can I add to my egg bhurji?
Pretty much any vegetable would work just fine with eggs. So if you don’t have bell peppers at home, go ahead and substitute them for anything you have laying in your fridge, from chopped mushrooms to spinach, or even carrot slices.
ConclusionYou can also enjoy it Indian street food-style! Serve these unique scrambled eggs with bread, naan, chapati, puri, paratha or any Indian flat bread for that matter. If you're busy at work and want a quick and healthy lunch, it also tastes scrumptious sandwiched between slices of fresh onion and tomato.
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