Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Egging You On

I've done a guest post for Paz of The Cooking Adventures of Chef Paz. You can read it here.

13 comments:

  1. Lovely egg curry post, Sra!! Eggs are such a big favorite of mine -- I must try your recipe soon. Loved the thai'd white mushroom below, as well -- I rec'd some of that in one of the arusuvai friendship pkgs, and have been looking for something different to do with it -- your 'soup' might be just the ticket! :)

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  2. That was a nice read. 10-15 minutes is not bad at all, and the curry looks scrumptious.

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  3. Thats such a quick fix Sra and looks gorgeous!!

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  4. That's so true.. eggs are so versatile and can always give a special touch to any meal w/o much time. Looks absolutely delicious with those fried onion bits.

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  5. Thats a good recipe. Though I don't eat eggs i can make for the others.

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  6. Sra! Not been visiting for some time. Sorry! Great egg curry. Will surely try it next time I do not have a baking inspiration ;)

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  7. Couldn't be anything but delicious. Though eggs are are in our home (except in bakes), we do enjoy the occasional egg curry.

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  8. Thanks for being my guest blogger. I love the recipe and can't wait to try it.

    Paz xxxooo

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  9. sra..i have always wondered..why do non-vegetarians feel bad when meat or eggs are not made for company? i mean..it is something i obviously do not get..i remem my best friend's mom - they were Reddy's..would feel so bad when she was unable to make any non-veg for me..she felt that the food she was making for me was not that great...tho i would go ga-ga over her pappu adn chutney's...

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  10. that was a great looking curry Sra! Delicious.

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  11. sra,
    egg curry and rotis is what we always make for dinner when we are in hurry or real hungry .
    hugs and smiles
    jaya

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  12. Hi all, thank you for your comments.
    Rajitha, I think it has to do with spending on your guests - meat has always been more expensive than vegetables, and hence, festive and special. And more substantial too. If you visit homes on days of the week non-veg is traditionally not eaten, like a Saturday, you can't expect any meat, but you would probably get an apology/explanation for it. :)

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  13. Paz, thanks for asking me!

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