Mutta Thilappichathu | Bachelor’s Easy Egg Curry


Mutta Thilappichathu is one of the easiest egg dishes my mom used to prepare at home. And we children used to cherish the dish like mad. We simply loved the dish. Flavors sink deep into the egg and this is what makes Mutta Thilappichathu unique and special. This is an easy preparation where the eggs are not preboiled. You also do not need to peel shells. Here we are adding them directly into the gravy. We save a lot of time and since they are getting cooked in the gravy, more flavors get absorbed by the eggs making it more tastier. And no grinding is required to prepare the gravy. Bachelor’s Easy Egg Curry tastes good with rice and roti. Actually this is a Cochin style preparation of egg curry. You find the dish quite popular in most of the Kochiites homes. Mutta Thilappichathu recipe comes in handy when you are not in a mood to prepare something elaborate.

Indian Cuisine is diverse and each region have their own ways to prepare egg curry dishes. Among them, i feel Mutta Thilappichathu is one of the easiest dishes that require minimum ingredients. Yet the dish is tasty, spicy and flavorful too. For kids you can reduce the chilly flavor since kids love it mild. Eggs are wholesome, rich in protein and other vital ingredients required for body. Eggs provide essential energy and stamina. Bachelor’s Easy Egg Curry is a wonderful breakfast dish. Working mothers and busy housewives find the dish quite useful who are always short of time. Even bachelors can try the dish and it will never fail. You can explore a well detailed Bachelor’s Easy Egg Curry recipe here that can be easily prepared at home. You can make sure that your family is enjoying something very nutritious. Enjoy the dish.

Mutta Thilappichathu | Bachelor's Easy Egg Curry

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Kerala
Servings 4 People



  • Heat oil in a pan. Add onion and crushed ginger garlic. Then saute till it becomes golden brown in colour.
  • When onion turns light brown in color, add Kashmiri chili powder, garam masala powder and turmeric powder. Saute well for 1 minute.
  • Now add tomato, green chilly and cook for 2-3 minutes in medium flame.
  • Add water, curry leaves and salt. Cover and boil for 2 minutes.
  • Finally crack eggs and pour directly on to the masala. When curry starts boiling, lower the heat, close the pan with a lid. When the yolk is just cooked, switch off the stove.
  • Transfer this to a bowl and serve it along with porotta, chappathi etc..


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