Egg Keema Wrap
Purvi is 5 months pregnant, so her loving husband often try out different recipes to surprise her. One monsoon afternoon, while it was raining cows and buffaloes outside, and Purvi was taking her usual afternoon nap, Sailesh her husband, slowly slipped into the kitchen to yet again try out something new. So that when Purvi woke up in the evening, he could surprise her with hot cup of tea a newly discovered snack. It was Sunday and the refrigerator was stacked with a lot of interesting ingredients. Sailesh quietly turned on the radio, with Kumar Sanu singing the beautiful RD Burman number, “rimjim, rimjhim, rumjhum, rumjhum”, Sailesh turned on the volume to the lowest audible decibel, so that he did not disturb Purvi, and went on to create something marvellous. Well needless to say the story ended on a romantic note for the couple, but for Sailesh he added another feather to his chef’s hat, and for us he left a delicious recipe, which he lovingly named Egg Keema Wrap, which is today’s comfort food of the day. So let’s get started…
Servings Prep Time
3people 15minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Servings Prep Time
3people 15minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Instructions
  1. Boil the eggs in a pot for 7 minutes, add the slice of lemon to the boiling water. Next take the minced meat or chicken keema in a bowl, add a pinch of salt, onion, ginger, garlic, capsicum, red bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, black pepper, red chili powder, 2 tbsp lime juice, coriander leaves and 1 tbsp cornflour, and mix well all the ingredients.
Recipe Notes

Peal the boiled eggs make small slits in the skin and put it aside. Now take the mixed keema filling, press it between your palms, put the whole egg in the middle, wrap it around with some more keema filling, until the entire egg white is covered with the keema, and make it into a round ball. Now cover the keema ball in dry cornflour and keep it a side. Take vegetable oil in a pan and fry the keema balls one at a time until it turns golden brown. Your Egg Keema Wrap is ready to be served. Enjoy!!!

  1. S. you can also slice the eggs into half while making the wrap.Peal the boiled eggs make small slits in the skin and put it aside. Now take the mixed keema filling, press it between your palms, put the whole egg in the middle, wrap it around with some more keema filling, until the entire egg white is covered with the keema, and make it into a round ball. Now cover the keema ball in dry cornflour and keep it a side. Take vegetable oil in a pan and fry the keema balls one at a time until it turns golden brown. Your Egg Keema Wrap is ready to be served. Enjoy!!!

    P.S. you can also slice the eggs into half while making the wrap.