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Poultry eggs are widely used as one of the food items all over the world. The poultry reared chicken eggs are more nutritive. The egg albumen, also called as the egg white is a rich source of proteins like ovoglobulins, lysozyme, cystain etc. It also contain minerals, vitamins, sodium and carbohydrates and contains no cholesterol. Egg yolk is jam packed with all most all essential fatty acids and fat soluble vitamins. Yolk contains phosphorus, calcium, iron, zinc, thiamin and many B- vitamin series.
Some studies have shown that egg yolk is not anti- heart but in fact heart friendly. Heart problems do not arise due to cholesterol alone. Raw egg white contains digestive enzyme inhibitors and anti- nutrients. So it is advised not to consume raw egg white. Egg in any form: cooked, fried, boiled or blended with any other liquid ( Milk, juices etc.,)is good. Nutritional values remain the same.

Poultry Eggs : 2 nos
Finely chopped onions : 1 Cup
Finely chopped Green Chillies : 1/2 Cup
Ginger-garlic Paste ; 1 Tab. Spoon
*Spicy Powder : 1 Tea Spoon
Salt : As Required
Chopped Tomatoes : 1 Cup
Refined Oil : 200 ml

*Spicy Powder ;- Add 1 spoon of cardamom, 1 spoon of cloves and one spoon of cinnamon together and grind into a fine powder.


1. Add oil to a shallow bottomed pan and heat. Add the onion pieces and fry till they turn brown.

2. Add the tomato pieces, green chilly pieces, salt, ginger-garlic paste and spicy powder. Mix well and fry until oil shows up and the tomato pieces become very soft.

3. Break open both the eggs one after another and spread the contents side by side on the above preparation without damaging the yellow yolk ( spread as is done in the case of bull's eye).

4. Fry till the egg portions solidify. Turn upside down and fry for another couple of minutes.

Serve hot with Vegetable salad.

Preparation Time: 30 minutes Serves: 1 person
Recipe Origin: India
Submitted by:
MPR. Radhakrishna

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