Chettinad Egg Curry – Guest Post for Sreelatha Shenoy from Framed Recipes

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Chettinad Egg Curry

A few days back, while  chatting with few friends on FB, Sree(Sreelatha Shenoy) from FramedRecipes sent me a message. She asked me if I can do a guest post for her blog. The moment I read the message, I instantly agreed. How could I not do a guest post for someone so sweet and talented blogger like Sree. Sree and I met virtually on FB and we hit it off instantly.  Sree is one of the most humble person I have met on FB. She is super talented, you must visit her blog to check her work.

After a few days I came up with this Chettinad Egg curry recipe that I shared with Sree.

Chettinad cuisine is very close to my heart. Mom makes a lot of Chettinad dishes and I love all of them. My dad is a wonderful cook too. He cooks occasionally, but whatever he does tastes really good.

Chettinad Egg Curry

My favorite Chetiinad dishes are vatha kozhumbhu/kara kozhumbhu, Chettinad chicken pepper fry, Chettinad egg fry.

Chettinad Egg Curry

This Chettinad egg curry is not the normal egg curry. It is flavor packed egg curry with lot of spices in it. It’s easy to make and tastes simply delicious!

For detailed recipe hop on to Sreelatha’s space, FramedRecipes. You will definitely love this flavor packed, spicy egg curry recipe. Do try it out!

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10 Responses

  1. Revathi says:

    Chettinadu cuisine is one of my favorites too. I love the exceptional flavor. This curry looks so warm and comforting :-) Looks perfect for lunch with some hot white rice.

  2. I do not care much about the recipe (and you know that), but good photographs attract me the most. The first picture is absolutely breathtaking and beautiful.
    And Jyo, no need to comment on my blogpost just because I did on yours. I truly enjoyed yours so I commented :)
    Love and hugs <3

  3. I loved the recipe and thanks so much for authoring the guest post me. I am indeed honored that you shared this recipe with us. And now I am so tempted to try all other Chettinad recipes you have mentioned. – Sreelatha

  4. Shailaja says:

    I love chettinad recipes alot….looking so colorful and yummy jyothi..

  5. kushi says:

    Beautiful clicks dear. Checking the recipe now :-)

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