Thursday, July 5, 2018

Egg Khushka Rice

Egg Khushka Rice .
Khushka, kuska, or Khusqa is a rice dish of primarily South Asian origin made with spices, rice (usually basmati) and ghee.

Recipe :
6 boiled eggs
Basmati Rice :2 cups
Khushka masala:
Coriander and mint- handful
Ginger-2 Inches
Green chillies-7


Add oil in the pan. Add above Khushka masala items and fry in oil for few mins .
After it cools down. Grind it and keep it aside .
In a separate pan, add some ghee and oil . Add bay leaf,chopped onion and 2 green chillies . Add tomato and fry for few mins. Add the Khushka masala and cook for few mins . Add 2 tablespoons yoghurt. Add 4 cups water . Add basamathi rice and finally add boiled eggs and cook it in rice cooker or in IP in rice mode or pressure cooker for 2 whistles .
Yummy Khushka egg rice ready and serve it with raitha.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Chettinad Egg Curry

Chettinad Egg Curry 

I never make egg curry often. This is my first or second try on egg curry. My hubbys fav egg curry and made it a good combo that goes well with Ghee rice.

Fresh ingredients roasted spices really adds flavor to the dish. 

Tips and changes for the curry:
1.Cook in medium flame.
2. I Used normal red onions.
3. Added coconut while grinding the chettinad masala.
4.Add loads of Coriander leaves at the end for garnishing and flavour.
5. Added a small cube of jaggery to balance the rich and spicy flavour of peppers

Friday, August 26, 2011

Sabudana upma/ Sabbakki Uppittu with Moon Dal

Sabudana Upma. Mostly it is considered as fasting food in Maharastra. Back in Karnataka, They do it for evening snack or for lite dinner. Sabudana with combination of moong dal makes this dish more tastier. Got this recipe from my dera mom. I have made this in several kitty parties, potlocks too. Everybody liked it. It should be tasted while it is hot!


Sabudana- 1 cup
Moong Dal- 1/2 cup
Green chillies- 8
Curry leaves
Mustard seeds-1/2 tspn
Jeera- 1/2 tspn
Coriander leaves-for garnishing
Grated coocnut- for garnishing
Lemon juice- 1 tbspn
Salt- to taste

  • Soak Sabudana for atleast 5-6 hrs in enough water.
  • If you are planning to make thsi upma in teh evening. Soak it in morning or if you are planning to do it for breakfast soak it night only.
  • Boil water in a bowl.Add Moong dal. Let it cook 3/4. Dal should not become mushy. Strain it and keep it aside. Make sure there is not much water left inside dal.
  • Add oil in a deep pan. Add seasoning with mustard seeds, Jeera, hing, curry leaves.
  • Add Green chillies. Fry for some time. Add Sabudana and fry for 2-3 mins until the sabudana pearls fades in to different color. Add salt and keep frying.
  • Finally add moong dal and mix it gently.Turn off the stove,
  • Add lemon juice. Mix it well. Garnish it with Coriander leaves and grated coconut
Sending this to Vrat ka khaana event hosted by Kalyani Mom chef