Egg - Cheera Thoran

Spinach and egg with grated coconut

Egg - Cheera Thoran

Spinach and egg with grated coconut

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Egg

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By Sarada Venugopal

Published On: 16 Apr 2006

Rating: 4
12 Votes, 5 Reviews
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15 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Wash the spinach and cut into small pieces.

Step 2

:- The spinach packets can be used.

Step 3

Heat oil in a pan or a kadai.

Step 4

Splutter mustard seeds.

Step 5

Add red chillies, green chillies, curry leaves and onions and saute, till onions turn light brown.

Step 6

Add the spinach, turmeric powder, chilly powder, salt and water.

Step 7

Cook till the spinach is done.

Step 8

Add the eggs and scramble it well.

Step 9

Once the eggs are cooked, add the coarsely ground coconut and cook for 5 mins on medium flame.

Step 10

:- Serve hot with rice or chappathis.

Step 11

:- You can add a pinch of cumin seeds(jeerakam) and a small pod of garlic while grindig coconut into a coarse form.

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Minu

Loved this recipe...

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siya

Hi Sarada, This recipe is excellent....thank you so much....

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Lakshmisuba

The receipe is really soooo good. My son loved this recepie.

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Binu

Thank you Sarada for posting this excellent recipe of yours. I tried it and it turned out to be very well and also very tasty. Your dish is very rich with nutrients. Eagerly waiting for your new recipes

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Sherin

Hi A very good recipe which my mother used to prepare to make me eat spinash(ddnt like spinash those days n loved eggs). Its tasty and nutritious

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