Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Egg Aviyal..

I am back with a bang after a gap.. Today i am going to post a quick easy to make side dish with our favourite ingredient Eggs... This dish goes well with steaming white rice and any gravy..

Ingredients You need:
Hard boiled Eggs - 2 nos
Potatoes - 1 no (optional)
Onions - 1 nos
Tomato - 1 nos
Curry leaves - 1 sprig
Green chillies - 4 nos
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Salt - As reqd
Coconut oil - 1 tsp

To Grind:
Red chilly powder - 1/2 tsp
Cumin seeds - a pinch
Curry leaves

Grind the ingredients to grind to a coarse paste.
Boil thinly sliced potatoes, onions, tomato, silt green chillies in a pan with some salt and turmeric powder.
When the potatoes are cooked, add the ground coarse mixture into this and heat it till the gravy becomes thick.
Now sprinkle some coconut oil and a spring of curry leaves and switch off the flame.
Cut theboiled eggs to four quarters and mix with the coconut gravy.


Vrinda said...

Welcome back..Aviyal looks so yum..never tried aviyal with eggs..will giv it a try..

kittymatti said...

wow..such a creative dish..looks great..

Priya said...

Never heard about egg aviyal at all...this looks really very yummyyy!!!!

Gita said...

Hi welcome back :) Nice dish...this is new to me...looks delicious...love the combo of potatoes with eggs!

Sakshi said...

OMG I never knew egg can be made into avial...wah..wah...how creative and so easy too. Guess will try this dish on a rainy day...

Parita said...

Wow egg aviyal..how grt is that..i recently started eating eggs..will try this out someday

Anonymous said...

Welcome back! These eggs sound great!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow looks simple and delsih....

veena said...

Hi ..
First time here .lovely blog u gt...love egg avial ..its looks so perfect and yummy
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Pooja said...

Welcome Back! Egg Avial looks so delicious! Never made avial with eggs. Definitely goes to my list!

Maya said...

Egg aviyal- totally interesting :)!!!

ARUNA said...

Aviyal looks great and yumm Renuka!!!

Kalaivani said...

Never heard an aviyal with eggs.Innovative and inviting dish.

Ann said...

Aviyal is always my fav recipe:) It looks so yum :)

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Welcome back!!! the egg avial looks so delightful and simple to make!!!

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Akal's Saappadu said...

this is something new to me, boiled eggs with potato masala, sounds interesting.

Pavithra said...

wow thats really innovative idea..looks good. I will try it out one day.. hope i am first time here. Love to visit often u have wonderful recipes keep going.

Hari Chandana said...

Welcome back.. Nice one.. very good pic :)

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Malar Gandhi said...

Egg avial, very interestion recipe...awesome creation!

rekhas kitchen said...

wow egg aviyal never heard about this very interesting looks yum too

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Wow!! thats an excellent recipe..I have never even heard of it..looks so yummy!!!
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mmm...looks yummy!!!

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Maya said...

This is a first for me - very creative!!

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Glad to see u back... innovative dish.. never hear of aviyal with egg.. pls pick ur award from my blog dear!

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wr wr you Renuu?? and where are you now..?? lol...i thought im d one who escapes from blogging alwayz...anyway aviyal looks amazing dear...try to upload atleast one post in every month dear..dats what im doing nw..this is the end of 6th month for me..i dont think i wont be able to be active in blogging till delivery..but tryin to upload atleast one or two...hope to see you soon dear.. :)

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Jisha Dil said...

Egg Aviyal looks ummy dear..

kanishk said...

how creative and so easy too. Guess will try this dish on a rainy day...

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amisha said...

Welcome back! These eggs sound great!
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Hari Chandana said...

First time here... Nice blog.. :)

Christine said...

I love eggs. This looks yummy and easy to do.
Thanks for sharing

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

never tried aviyal with eggs...had seen in some other blogs too.. this looks delicious.. :)

Chitra said...

aviyal with egg , new to me :)

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Lovely n yummy egg aviyal.. Finger licking one!!
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