This is one of my all time favourite. Recently i had blogged about Beetroot Egg Bhurji,this recipe is similar to that . French beans,Dill Leaves and Egg everything complement each
other with their own flavours.I love this so much that i can finish a plate of this at any time a day.It tastes really Yum,give a try and definitely you’ll love the taste.Its just a side dish and its not a combination to eat along with Roti.You can enjoy the real taste of it when you have as a side dish along with Tomato Rasam and  Rice.

Ingredients:
Category:Non Vegetarian |Cuisine:South Indian | Course:Side Dish
PrepTime:5 Minutes |Cooking Time:20 Minutes|Serves:3-4

French Beans Chopped :2 Cups

Dill Leaves Chopped:1 Cup
Onion:2 Medium Chopped
Eggs:4
Oil:2 Tbsp
Mustard seeds:1/2 Tsp
Channa Dal:1 Tsp
Red Chilly powder:1 1/2 Tsp
Salt to Taste
Coriander leaves:1 Tbsp for garnishing

Method:

Heat Oil in a wok,add Mustard Seeds followed by channa dal.Add chopped onions and fry till it turns translucent.




Add Chopped French Beans,saute and cook for 10 minutes.




Then add chopped Dill Leaves and saute for 2 minutes.




Break 4 eggs into above cooked Beans and Dill .Leave it for 3-4 minutes.




Then stir well and allow to cook for 5-8 minutes.Finally add chilly powder and salt to taste, mix well.



Garnish with coriander leaves and serve.


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0 thoughts on “French Beans Egg Bhurji / Scrambled Egg with French Beans and Dill leaves”

  1. Wow this is so yummi. I am a guy who really loves food, and especially any item made with egg. You gave me a nice way to prepare this, will definitely prepare on this weekend only. Thanks.

  2. Hey Muktha,

    I prepared the same on this Saturday evening, though I was not having Dill Leaves, but still it was an awesome treat for my wife…. šŸ™‚ Thanks to you, and thanks once again for sharing another great post on Kolhapuri Egg Masala. Will definitely try this one too, if possible then tonight only.

    Will also look for Egg bhurji with Beetroot. I am sure my wife will ban eggs now in our kitchen….

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