Stuffed eggs

We both are big egg fans. We can take them in any form(except for uncooked versions), anytime. I just cannot have the same dish each time, so I keep collecting all possible recipes for egg. But I have few which I like to cook again and again. If they are simple to make, I love them more as it gives me some time to relax on weekdays.

This is a recipe which my sister-in-law R gave me. We were having our usual voice chatting and she said she had prepared stuffed eggs. She sent me the recipe and ever since I tried it, I have made it many times. I somehow forgot to post it here.

Those who do not like or do not wish to eat egg yolks, can discard them and just use other stuffing. It tastes great any way. Change the stuffing according to your choice.

4 boiled eggs
1/4 cups onion
1/4 cups tomato
2-3 strands coriander leaves
1/2 tea spn garam masala
1/4 tea spn chili powder
A pinch turmeric

Peel the eggs. Cut them into half. Take out the yolks, taking care not to break the white part.
Heat oil and add onions. When they turn translucent, add tomatoes, salt. Cook for a minute. Add all other masalas, crushed egg yolks, finely chopped coriander and mix well.
While serving, stuff the white parts with the above stuffing and serve.

Serves : 2-3
Preparation time : 20mins

23 thoughts on “Stuffed eggs”

  1. Woow, me egg lover too..That pic is really good..Am sure all the pieces might have disappeared as soon as they reached the table :)…

  2. This is an Indian version of Devilled Eggs – very popular at parties. I halve the eggs, mash up the yolks with mayonaise or butter, ketchup and pepper. Garnish with corriander and serve. Simple and yummy as a quick starter.

  3. They are called devilled eggs here, filling are different. Your’s looks yummy and spicy, the way I like it. I posted a egg curry at Aroma, if you like to try.
    Have a wonderful weekend Shilpa, see you Monday!:)

  4. The one thing i can say here after seeing this is ‘yummy’!! Me and my hubby love eggs, and this recipe is one i’m gonna try. Looks mouthwatering!

  5. Hi Shilpa,

    I love eggs and have a wide range of egg recipes that I regularly use.

    I shall certainly try the one you have given and presume that you eat it cold (?). What I’d like to know is whether it is possible to heat it up, e.g. a few seconds in a microwave, or just under the grill, so that it can serve as a warm starter.

    Joe Sinclair

    Shilpa: It is eaten hot Joe. You can also reheat if required.

  6. This was the yummiest egg variety. Me and my hubby are big time egg fans. After trying for all sorts of burjis, omlet, spanish omlet, your spicy egg etc wanted to make something new with egg. I added grated kajoo to it additionally. Keep innovating ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Hi Shilpa,

    Thanks a lot for simple and yummy recipe. My husband fell in love with this recipe.. I’m recently married and new to cooking. Ur website is too good for beginners like me. Keep up the good work.

  8. Thanks Shilpa…for this wonderful recipe..sterday we had friends for lunch, i tried this egg stuffing and everyone liked it….they asked me for this recipe also…very nice..we all luved it…
    I found little difficult to cut the egg some eggs were NOt boiled or had some issues…
    but the taste was awesome..
    Thanks again..

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