You may also wish to check out my Kerala egg masala recipe, this malabar egg curry, and egg fried rice, one of my favourites! Oh, and Portuguese egg tarts if you are looking for dessert 🙂
Note: this is a slightly time consuming recipe to make but totally worth the effort.
Egg Lentil Omelettes in Gravy / Guddu Thattu Posinti Recipe
For the omelettes:
A pinch of salt
To grind to a paste:
1/4 cup toor dal, soaked for atleast 2 hours
2-3 green chillies
1″ piece of ginger
5-6 shallots / pearl onions
For the gravy:
1 cup tamarind juice (a lime-sized ball of tamarind soaked in water and juice extracted)
Salt to taste
To roast and grind:
1/4 cup grated coconut
1 tbsp channa dal / kadala paruppu
1 tbsp coriander powder / malli podi
1 tsp red chilli powder
A pinch of turmeric powder
1 tsp oil
1/2 tsp mustard seeds / kaduku
6 shallots / pearl onions, sliced thin
A pinch of hing / asafoetida
A few curry leaves
2 red chillies, torn into halves
2 tsp oil
Let’s do the gravy first.
1. Roast and grind all the ingredients under that list. In a pan, add this ground masala along with the tamarind juice and salt. Bring to boil and let it simmer for 5 mins. The gravy shouldnt get too watery nor too thick, the consistency should be thicker than rasam but thinner than kozhambu.
2. Heat oil for tempering and add all the ingredients. When the mustard seeds pop and the shallots turn golden, add to the gravy and set aside.
Now for the omelettes.
3. Grind the ingredients under list for omelettes.
4. Break the eggs into a bowl.
5. Add the ground lentil paste.
6. Beat well for a minute with salt.
7. Make into small omelettes by pouring 2 tbsp of the egg mixture at a time onto a lightly oiled pan.
9. Flip over when one side is browned.
10. You should get about 5-6 omelettes with this quantity of ingredients.
11. Phew, ok last step. Dunk in the omelettes in the prepared gravy and serve after an hour or two with steamed rice.
Sounds like a telugu name 🙂 Interesting curry. Shall try it after my in laws leave.
Its a telugu reddiar recipe 🙂