Masala egg parcel

Masala egg parcel

Masala egg parcel is a fluffy puff pastry filled with spicy and flavoursome egg masala. Check out the interesting recipe of masala egg parcel which is a filling snack.


½ cup hot water

1 tsp yeast

1 tsp sugar

1 cup all purpose flour

Salt as required

1 tbsp oil

For the filling

2 boiled eggs

1 onion (chopped)

½ tsp ginger (chopped)

½ tsp garlic (chopped)

1 green chilli (chopped)

½ tsp chilli powder

¼ tsp turmeric powder

¼ tsp pepper powder

¼ tsp garam masala

1 sprig curry leaves

2 tbsp oil

Salt as required

2 tbsp water


Take yeast, sugar and hot water in a small bowl

Mix well and keep it aside for 10 minutes for the yeast to rise

Into a bowl add the all purpose flour, salt, oil and yeast mix

Mix for at least five minutes into soft dough

Set the dough aside for an hour for it to rise

After the dough has risen, mix it again

Scoop a ball from the dough and roll into cylinders

Cut them into same sized pieces

Now roll each piece into sheets and fold them into triangular shapes

To prepare the filling heat oil in a pan

Sauté onion, ginger, garlic, green chilli, salt and curry leaves

Into it add chilli powder, turmeric powder, pepper powder and garam masala

Sauté until the raw smell of the powders are gone

Add 2 tbsp water; stir and cook well

Place a spoon full of this filling in the centre of the triangular dough sheet

Place a boiled egg as well

Fold the sheet into a parcel and secure the edges

Keep these aside for 10 minutes to rise

Brush some milk on the egg parcels

Bake them for 15 minutes in a pre heated oven at 190 degree Celsius

After taking the egg parcels out of the over, rub some butter on them

Keep the baked egg parcels wrapped in a piece of cloth for some time to make the bread softer

Enjoy the tasty masala egg parcels after it has cooled down.


Masala egg parcels could be baked in pressure cooker as well.

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