Kodi Guddu Iguru | Egg Curry
Preparation time: 10 Minutes
Cooking time: 20 Minutes
Main ingredient: Eggs
Yield: 5 Eggs Curry
Eggs: 5 or as required
Did you know ?
An egg has 7 grams of protein and around 78 calories. It is also rich in Vitamins such as A,D,B6,B12. An egg rich diet can promote healthy weight maintenance since eggs are high in nutrition and are low in calories.
Onions: 4 medium sized chopped into small size
Ginger: 2 inches pieces and green chillies: 3-4
Coriander leaves: Few
Bengal gram: 1 tsp, dry red chilly: 1, mustard seeds: 1/2 tsp, cumin seeds: 1/2 tsp, garlic pods: 2-3, curry leaves: few
Salt: As required
Red chilly powder: 1 tsp
Turmeric powder: 1/4 tsp
Oil: 3-4 tsp
Blend ginger and green chilly into paste
Step 1: Boil the eggs, keep them aside
Step 2: Preheat oil, give talimpu in medium flame
Add dry red chilly split
Talimpu ends (let the flame stay in medium)
Step 3: Add onions, coriander leaves and curry leaves. Saute for a minute
Step 4: Add salt and turmeric powder and saute for 2 minutes
Step 5: Add ginger & green-chilly paste and stir-fry for 2 minutes
Step 6: Add boiled eggs and stir-fry for 5-10 minutes
Step 7: Garnish with coriander leaves and turn off the flame
Hot and tasty guddu iguru is ready :)
Q) Which has more protein ?
Egg white has 4 grams of protein compared to the 3 grams in the egg yolk, but the yolk has most of the vitamins and minerals.
Q) Do eggs increase metabolic activity ?
Metabolizing protein takes higher energy and the body spends more calories to digest eggs.
Q) How many should we eat everyday ?
Our body needs 300mg of cholesterol everyday. An average egg's yolk contains 185mg of cholesterol. Couple of eggs a day is considered safe.
Serve it with steamed rice and clarified butter :)
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