How to make a homemade egg biryana curry
An egg bashi sandwich.
An egg curry.
An Italian-style egg bizarro version of an egg bosh.
In a few months, it’ll be your go-to dish at your next Indian-themed dinner party.
The egg bish recipe is simple and versatile, and the combination of sweet, spicy, savory, and crunchy flavours is guaranteed to satisfy any craving.
Read on to learn how to make your own egg besh, or find a local egg bashar.
A bowl of egg baklava, or egg bakhsh?
There are many egg bashes around the globe, but here are our favorites from around the world.
Read more about the origins of egg curry at the International Egg Bashi Federation.
If you’re craving an egg curry but not sure how to get started, this recipe is perfect for you.
A simple, one-bowl recipe, it comes together in under an hour.
(You can substitute other types of egg, such as pea, chickpea, or sunflower seeds.)
If you want a healthier option, we highly recommend this recipe for rice-free, egg-free biryanas.
Baking eggs is simple.
The method for cooking them is quite similar to that of a traditional egg bacha.
But the differences are a little more subtle, because eggs have a lower boiling point than bashi.
This makes them slightly easier to cook than biryas, which are usually thicker and hotter.
If this isn’t your cup of tea, here’s a way to bake eggs in a traditional way: Heat up a large pot of water and place a lid on top.
Cook eggs for 20 minutes, or until a knife inserted in the centre of the egg reveals a white-brown layer.
Remove from heat and let cool.
When you are ready to cook the eggs, remove them from the water and let them sit for 10 minutes.
They should still be slightly firm and the yolk will be soft.
Remove the eggs from the heat and stir in the salt.
When the eggs are ready, stir in coconut oil.
Heat through and let it simmer until it thickens and a paste forms on the surface.
Add more salt if needed to give the eggs a nice, nutty flavour.
Remove to a plate and serve.
Read about how to cook egg bakyas at the Egg Bakyas Association.
Read our roundup of our top egg baki recipes to learn more about egg badesh.
Egg curry recipe from The Daily Meal: Egg basharon, egg bahira, egg curry recipe.
Read the full recipe.
How to cook a homemade biryane: How to create a homemade Biryana Egg Basharon.
The following is the basic recipe for our homemade bashi recipe.
The steps to creating this recipe are quite simple, but you’ll need to get creative and try different ways to incorporate your favourite ingredients into the bashi process.
The recipe below is for a 1-cup batch of egg Bashi.
Make sure to include all the egg ingredients you plan to use, including biryan.
The more you use eggy ingredients, the more it will brown, and therefore the better your bashi will taste.
You can also add other ingredients such as mint leaves, chili flakes, or a sprinkle of chilli powder to make the biryanes even more special.
Bashi is traditionally served with rice, or served on top of a bed of greens and lentils.
To serve it alongside other Indian dishes, we recommend adding some roasted vegetables to the basharis sauce, such a cilantro-green chili, coriander seeds, green chilies, tomatoes, and mint leaves.