- 100g Butter
- 2 tsp ginger and garlic paste
- ½ cup onions—chopped
- 1 cup chopped tomato
- 15-18 cashew nuts – soaked in hot water for 30 minutes
- 2 tsp kasmiri red chilli powder
- ½ tsp garam masala powder
- salt to taste
- 2 tbsp fresh cream
- 1 tsp kasurimethi
- 5-6 Eggs
- oil for frying
Masala is a staple of Indian cuisine; the unique blend of spices is much loved around the world. It has become so globally popular in the last century that it is almost synonymous with India. This recipe makes for a unique high energy and nutritional masala. Add this masala to any meal when you find yourself in need of an all-natural pick me up. This masala also has texture provided by the nuts, so it will not only alter the taste of any dish you add it to, but the way it feels in your mouth; it is truly a double threat.
This dish has lots of built in health benefits that you won’t find in other dishes. It’s most significant benefit is probably it’s high concentration of protein, which makes it different than some other masalas. It has 3 sources of protein, butter, eggs, and cashew nuts. Protein helps boost the body’s energy and is the raw ingredient needed in cell repair and creation. This makes it perfect for athletes, or people recovering from illness. The ginger also acts as an energy booster, and even helps improve the quality of the immune system. It aids in digestive health as well, so add a little bit of this masala to meals you suspect might give you some digestive trouble.
How to make Egg Butter Masala