Simple & Quick Egg Roast

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I usually never run out of eggs and spices. When racing against time a last minute recipe is this quick egg roast. Quickest egg roast you can think of, provided you have boiled and peeled eggs on hand. ๐Ÿ™‚

Halve 2 boiled eggs. Drizzle 2 tsps oil in a pan, add a pinch of turmeric pwd, pinch of methi pwd, pinch of cumin pwd, pinch of coriander pwd, 1/4 tsp red chilli pwd and salt to taste. Place the halved boiled eggs, cut-side down, cook on low flame for 3 mts. Turn over and cook for another mt. Turn off heat. Serve warm.

Play around with the spices of your choice. Pepper pwd, garam masala pwd and kasuri methi also go well with this roast.

Simple & Quick Egg Roast

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The quickest egg roast you can think of, provided you have some boiled eggs on hand.

22 thoughts on “Simple & Quick Egg Roast

  1. Hey Sailu:

    Wish I lived somewhere near to your place! You tempt me so much..hey it is dangerous for me..I am trying to lose/maintain my weight. Ha! Ha! Ha!

    BTW tell us something about your family……if you don’t mind.
    How many kids? Do you work outside home? How do you manage your time?
    Too many questions….I am apparently inquisitive…I guess.

    I simply admire you for the creativity in all your recipes.

    Thanks and keep posting.
    Sarada

    Alright, a little bit about me. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Used to work for the Govt for a while. Took a break to be a full time mother to my 7 year old son. Other than taking care of my home and family, I am associated with a missionary organization that works closely with the hearing impaired. I have been trained by them to counsel and help people going through difficult situations in life. I also design clothes and have a karigar at home (right now he is in on a big break from work and is expected next month) who works on my designs especially traditional kid wear. Maybe if I was working (a very demanding job), I wouldn’t be able to do what I am doing now. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I am clear on my priorities, reasonably organized, focused on what ever I do and try to give my best. I don’t always give my 100% but most of the time I try to. One thing I have learned that I like to share with you is when you spend time to make others happy without any expectations, happiness will never leave you. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Well said Sailu Garu…..when you spend time to make others happy without any expectations, happiness will never leave you…and on of the best way to do that is with delicious recipes you post……

  2. i also give talimpu/tadka to this which includes urad dal and sometimes chana dal.the dals give a nice crunch to it.hit with my friends.

  3. My husband is as much a non-vegetarian as I am a strict vegetarian … I do make some non veg items but must admit am just an amateur,,,Never heard of this roast..will certainly try ,, Thank You..And btw while I was doing my Inter in Vikas Residential, Guntur, once in a week, they served boiled egg and it was light brown in colour..I never had one, being a veggie, but I asked my friends who ate as to why the colour…They said they fry it..it doesnt look like a ‘bajji’..i thought they dipped eggs in a light besan batter and fried them as i could see a thin layer..but that always remained a mystery to me…any idea,,, Sailaja?

    I don’t think they used besan. I have no idea what that brown layer could be. Sometimes, when eggs are fried in oil, it develops a brown shade.

  4. loved the recipe and the wonderful variations mentioned as well, cant wait to try it !!

    You are so enterprising and into so many things, its commendable ๐Ÿ™‚

    Do you retail your designer kid wear too, please let us know on that.

    Love your recipes, they are so simple and yummy, anytime i m stuck i refer to your site and try and make the same dishes, btw i used to be a horrible cook and had never entered the kitchen in all my married life of 5 years until i stumbled upon your site and started my adventures of cooking being inspired by you, my mother in law is most thankful to you :)))

    Happy to learn the site has been an inspiration to you. ๐Ÿ™‚ I presently design for friends kids and family members. There have been inquiries for retail outlets. Working towards having my own label, hopefully soon, by God’s grace and good wishes of my readers including you. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Hi sailu,
    when i fry the eggs i sprinkle the masala powders on the egg halves directly and it never gave a proper taste. i think putting them in the oil is good. shall try soon.
    enjoyed seeing the embroidery works on the sarees in suvastra. these days dont get to see ur new designs in suvastra. waiting for them…….
    regards
    shailaja

  6. Hi,

    Luv this recipe. I was just wondering why you are not updating suvastra, it has been more than a year is it not? Being a mother of a 9 month old, I am interested in kids clothes, how about online shopping of those which you design?

    Not updating because my karigar is away since a few months to his hometown in Bihar. He is expected next month and hopefully there should some updates on Suvastra in the near future. I am working towards my own label in kids clothes, Sarita. God willing! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Hi Sailu,

    Very simple and yummy recipe. This recipe was published in Sakshi telugu daily dated 4/10/2009 in their “family” supplement. They had even published your photo. Just wanted to inform you.

  8. Hi Sailu,
    Thanks for your recipe. I always used to search for traditional recipes which do not involve much masala ingredients!!
    finally my search stops here!!! ๐Ÿ™‚
    now a days I do not google for any item..
    I simply jump in to ur blog and check for the entries…..
    I think you have covered almost all the Andhra recipes…
    by the way where do you stay? in Hyderabad??

    I live in Vizag, Aparna.

  9. Hello Sailu garu,

    This is the best recipe i have seen for egg, quick and simple and it tasted so good. I cooked most of the recipes in ur site. This site is really helpful to me and has made me a better a cook and i’m getting more interest in cooking. I wish i stay in Vizag.

  10. i love gokul chat of hyderabad very much. i want to prepare that at home, so can u please post that recipe or hyderabad aloo chat recipe?

  11. Hi Sailu,

    Thanks for ur recipe egg roast. It is very tasty and I love to eat egg daily. All ur recipes are very tasty, Sailu and wonderful.

  12. You are certainly an inspiration in more ways than one Sailu. Look at all the work you do – So proud of you!

    This Egg Roast is delicious!

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