Egg Bhurji Recipe

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Egg Bhurji recipe is quite popular in the streets of Northern and western India. Egg Bhurji has other names such as Anda Bhurji or Ande ki Bhurji.In India you can easily find egg bhurji anywhere at highway rest stops and street-side food stalls. It is simple to make, healthy and tastes delicious. This recipe is loved by all not just because of its taste but also it requires basic equipment and minimal ingredients. Egg Bhurji goes pretty well with any Indian flatbread like chapati,puri or naan. You can serve it with small bread or laddi pav for street-style. Let's know all about this amazingly delicious Egg Bhurji Recipe without further ado.If you liked this recipe also try my other Egg recipes like Punjabi Egg Curry Recipe, Stuffed Omelette Recipe, Egg Maggi Noodles Recipe and many more.

    20 Mins
    Chef Meghna
    2-3 People


3 eggs
2 Tomatoes finely chopped
1 big Onion finely chopped
Coriander leaves chopped
2 Green chilies finely chopped
Salt per taste
1 tsp spoon Ginger- Garlic paste
1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder (Haldi)


Most popular street food in India - Egg Bhurjee is India's answer to Scrambled eggs. Best to eat warm but you could also carry anda bhurjee in tiffin as well.
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Heat up a pan
Add 2 spoon oil
Once the oil starts getting hot, add finely chopped onion
Add salt per taste
Once the onion starts getting cooked, add ginger-garlic paste 1 tsp
Now add green chilies
Time to add 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder (Haldi powder)
Let it cook for some time
now time to add tomatoes
We want well-cooked tomatoes, so close the lid of the pan and let it cook for 5 minutes
Once you see tomatoes get mushy, it's time to add eggs
When you add eggs, start stirring the mix else you will not get the bhurjee texture
Once bhurjee texture comes to your liking, switch off the gas
Add Coriander leaves into bhurjee
And your egg bhurji recipe is ready.
Plate it and eat with bread or pav or roti
You may garnish with some coriander leaves, if you like.
Best to have warm but you could also carry in tiffin/lunch box.

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