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Egg Potato ki Sabji/Stir fry

This is my most favourite dish which I have relished since I was a 5 year old kid. This is special and close to my heart dish, since it is my dad's recipe and this was staple meal for us every sat. Extremely easy and tasty. Perfect with some simple rice and dal/lentils.  Lets see how its done. 
  • 1 big potato cut and boiled
  • 3 to 4 eggs boiled, peeled
  • 1 onion chopped
  • 2-3 Green chillies slit
  • 1 tsp Mustard seeds 
  • 1 tsp urad dal (optional)
  • 1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder
  • 1 tsp chilli powder (or as per preference)
  • Salt as per taste 
  • Cooking oil 2-3 Tbsp
  • Coriander Handful for garnish 
  1. Cut the potato and boil it in some water. Make sure its 95 %cooked. 
  2. Once its done, drain the water and keep aside. 
  3. Also boil eggs until hard boiled. Peel, cut the eggs & keep aside
  4. Take a kadai or wok, add oil. Once the oil is hot add in the mustard seeds and let them splutter. Add in the Urad dal (optional) and wait for it to change colour.
  5. At this stage add in the chopped onions and slit green chillies and saute well
  6. Once they change colour add in turmeric powder, chilli powder along with salt to taste 
  7. Saute well for about 1 min or until the raw smell of the masala's go away 
  8. Add in the boiled potatoes, give it a nice stir until all the masala and potatoes are well combined
  9. Add in the cut boiled eggs and slowly mix everything together. 
  10. Garnish with coriander and serve hot with Rice and dal 
  • I prefer boiling the potatoes and adding. You can add in just like that and cook it. But the taste will be bit different. 
  • You can choose to boil it as a whole and then cut it as well. Make sure to not cook it too much. I prefer cut and boil because then you can control on how much to cook.
  • If the potatoes become mushy and do not hold a proper shape then the taste changes a bit. 
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