Thursday, January 18, 2007

Deviled Eggs – Indian Style !


The name sounded a bit weird when this recipe was passed on to me, by a ‘true friend’ of mine, a couple of years back and I had to google it to find what it really means :) But the devil in this crowd pleaser recipe is the taste itself that tempts you to go for one more piece! This is one Easy, Simple and a Great appetizer that can really tickle the curiosity of your guests :) And hey, for all those Mom’s out there, this is a great evening snack for kids!!


Ingredients:
· 5 Hard boiled Eggs
· ½ cup finely chopped big onion
· 1 ½ tsp pepper powder
· 2 tbsp Coriander leaves/Cilantro
· 3tbsp All purpose Flour/Maida
· 1 cup Breadcrumbs
· Oil for frying
· Salt to taste

Directions :
1. Slice the hardboiled eggs in half lengthwise and remove the yolks to a bowl.
2. Heat 1 tbsp oil and sauté finely chopped onions until translucent. Add pepper, salt and finely chopped coriander leaves/Cilantro. To this, add the yolks and mash till the mixture is well combined.
3. Once the mixture is warm enough, fill them in each of the egg whites carefully.
4. Mix the all-purpose flour/maida with some water and make a smooth paste; dip each egg halves in this and roll in breadcrumbs and shallow fry in oil.

Luv
Shn
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15 comments:

Sneha said...

looks pretty yummy...sounds pretty yummy..now all i got to do is taste it..so when r u goin to make it and send it to me..;)..

Kiranz..!! said...

Entamme,Shinu a.k.a my wify,is going to have an experiment with this Devil Eggs...Thankgod tomorrow is Sunday and am at home :)

Hey its great to know that you grabed your own space on blogspot,cool..!

Welcome n' njyoy the power of bloggin..!

Jyothsna said...

hi, this looks interesting! will try it soon. and, welcome to blogosphere !

ash said...

Sluurrp.....have to check this out soon! ;) Will put in my feedback once try it

Shn said...

Sneha,
why don't u take the whole nest? :)

Kiranz,
Thank You ! So did ur wify try it out ? Let me know how it came out.

Jyothsna
Thanks for visiting my blog and Welcome :) Keep visiting.

Ash
I'm waiting to hear from u soon :)

Gini said...

Cute presentation. Dish sounds more like egg pakoda. Would love to try this.

Maheswari said...

Looks delicious..as u said, a perfect snack for my lil' one , who loves egg in any form.Look forward to more delicious recipes from you...

TRS said...

Welcome to the blogworld! Looking forward for many recipes from you!

Cheers

USHA said...

Hi shn,
This is my visit,got yours through Maheswari's blog.
You got wonderful collection of receipes,i liked the receipe and presentation very much....

Mishmash ! said...

Gini,Thank You !Welcome to my blog.Havent tasted egg pakoda, so not sure :)

Maheswari,
Thank you so much! Hope ur son likes this dish. Sure, I 'll be here with more recipes.

trs, Thank you and Welcome :)

Usha, Thanks a lot ! I loved preparing and presenting them :)Welcome to Mishmash !

Shn

Kiranz..!! said...

Ha..ha..Shinu tried the same,but avasaanam enikku Mutta porichu thannu samadhaanappetuthi..Finally she told me,its just because she was not having that "kunjukkili,ilakal and that tray basket"

Mishmash ! said...

Kiranzz, evideya kuzhappam vannathu ennariyilla...ask her to mail me!

Seena said...

Mish , googled to find this.. ;)
What beautiful picture! Yeah, recipe is same, some use maida instead of gramflour..
pinne, achaar recipeyumayi varam ketto..bye.. :)

Appu said...

Hi
I have a one year old and she wants to chew on somthing as she is teething. Do you have any recipies from your families that are chewy and made for kids to have fun eating.

Anitha Mahesh said...

Hi,
I tried it yesterday and it came out well except that it the mixture took so much oil. is there any way to avoid it ?

Thanks
Anitha