Keto Egg Masala (Anda Masala Fry) | Keto Recipes | Headbanger's Kitchen

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  1. I made a version of this because it just sounded so good I had the ginger and garlic I just had to use store-bought curry powder and I added some fresh oregano. I did have the coconut cream. Because I was hungry I topped a couple of poached eggs with the finished curry sauce. It was so delicious. I was eating the leftover sauce with the spoon

  2. Have you tried steaming, instead of boiling, your "boiled" eggs ? Put eggs in a steaming basket, Bring enough water to the boil to be under the basket, steam the eggs for 13-15 minutes, depending on how well done you like your eggs. PLace in an ice bath to cool immediately. Makes for much easier peeling.

  3. Thank you for the Indian recipes. I have wanted to try and cook some things, but you have made it all easier. Food looks so delicious. I love spices, but like to be able to choose the level of heat. Thanks again. I love your videos and recipes. You are such a talented person.

  4. I'm watching this while eating my breakfast of two fried eggs and tomato couli. This is very like your concoction only much plainer. I'm going to make this egg masala but I'm going to keep my fried eggs so the runny yolks can mix in with the tomatoey, oniony, spicy goodness. I don't know how I lived without you. I'm going to stop writing out all your recipes and buy the book! Love from Spokane, Washington.

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