Bull’s Eye Egg Masala | Bull’s Eye Egg Roast


Bull’s Eye Egg Masala is a very tasty variety dish. This is a lovely twist to the normal egg roast dishes. Instead of adding boiled eggs, add cracked eggs directly into the onion masala and cook it until nicely cooked and covered. This is one of simplest roast preparations and at the same time a delicious side dish. Serve it as a side dish for your breakfast or dinner. The thick onion masala is topped with eggs that are broken into it and cooked. If you want the eggs a bit flowy you can have it so by controlling the heat. Bull’s Eye Egg Roast tastes absolutely delicious and this is the best way to enjoy egg dishes. It’s the spicy flavorful gravy that adds the zing to the eggs. Of course if you want the eggs more cooked you can have it so. Bull’s Eye Egg Masala is a much fancier version that you will enjoy. Kids love the dish provided you reduce the chilly flavor. Kids want it mild and less spicy.

Eggs are wholesome and healthy and provides sufficient energy and stamina to carry you throughout the day. Bull’s Eye Egg Roast is one of the easiest dishes that require minimum ingredients and less time. You do not need to boil the eggs beforehand. Your time is saved and the taste is delicious. Eggs are rich in protein and other vital nutrients required for the body. Kids and convalescent elders need good protein in diet. Working mothers and bachelors find Bull’s Eye Egg Roast recipe quite useful that can be easily prepared at home. This is an innovative dish that proves quite healthy and nutritious. This is a much flavorful version that you can even serve for guests. The spicy peppery flavored aromatic masala blends well with eggs. You can explore a well detailed Bull’s Eye Egg Masala recipe here.

Bull's Eye Egg Masala | Bull's Eye Egg Roast

Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Kerala
Servings 1 People



  • Chop onion, green chilly and curry leaves.
  • Heat oil in a pan and add chopped onion, green chilly, curry leaves, pepper powder and salt as required. Saute for 5 minutes in medium flame.
  • Break the eggs one by one slowly into the two sides (without touching each one) of the pan. After adding eggs don't stir the pan. Allow to cook (partially cover the pan with a lid) for about 10 minutes until the eggs get cooked and gets a nice bull's eye texture.
  • Switch off the flame and serve it hot as a side dish with roti !


You can visit this link Green Peas Egg Masala Puttu. You can also visit this link Kerala Egg Roast.
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