Anda Bhurji from Bihar, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Egg Potato recipe

Anda Bhurji from Bihar, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Egg Potato recipe
Anda Bhurji from Bihar, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Egg Potato recipe

Location : Bihar. Preference : Non-Veg. Taste : Salty.

Ingredients : Potato, Anda (Egg), Mustard Oil, Red Dry Chili, Salt, Cumin and Green Chili.

Recipe at a Glance : Cut potato and green chili into small pieces ⇒ fry chopped potato ⇒ add cumin and dry red chili and fry  ⇒ add chopped green chili and salt ⇒ turn well ⇒ add liquid anda ⇒ turn and mix with all ⇒ fry for few seconds. ▶️ Video Help

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28 Comments Add yours

  1. Reblogged this on World's Largest Food Blog and commented:

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    1. Thank you, it’s one of my favourites.

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  2. Ron says:

    Having traveled in India often prior to retiring, I really enjoy your recipes. I remember this dish being served at a breakfast buffet at my regular hotel in Kolkata. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you Ron. As you have been ever in Kolkata so you know it well, Dada!

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  3. inhiscare753 says:

    These resemble Hash brown Potatoes.

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    1. Yes looks like chopped fried potatoes but with egg and spices.

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      1. inhiscare753 says:

        Delicious, thank.

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  4. ragnarsbhut says:

    This does look tasty. How best would you describe the flavor profile?

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      1. ragnarsbhut says:

        Is it salty enough to disguise the other flavors?

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      2. No, it is just salt to taste.

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  5. ragnarsbhut says:

    This does look tasty.

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      1. ragnarsbhut says:

        When this has been served, does it last for very long?

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      2. In average 30C it could be preserved itself for 6 hours.

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      3. ragnarsbhut says:

        I think my question was misunderstood. When I was speaking to how long it lasted, I was referring to if it was eaten immediately after it was served, which caused it to not last very long.

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      4. 😋sorry, hardly a minute😀😁

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      5. ragnarsbhut says:

        That does not surprise me.

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  6. ragnarsbhut says:

    I do like to add salt to some foods as I judge it appropriate. However, care should be taken so as to avoid an excessive amount.

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    1. Right, salt is as good as bad also.

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      1. ragnarsbhut says:

        This is true.

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      2. ragnarsbhut says:

        Thank you for the heart.

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