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Japanese Torokeru Egg & Lentil Curry.

Updated: Sep 30, 2021

Japanese Torokeru brand curry with eggs and lentils by kurumicooks tasty easy healthy Japanese Asian and Fusion food and cooking for your home.

As you know, I'm a big fan of Japanese curries - they're quick and easy to make and the flavours are fruity and spicy and not too hot - of course, they can be as hot as you like with the addition of some curry powder and I do often adjust the taste with some additional spices. This is a curry that's perfect if you want a nutritional meat free dinner.

Although a lot of people's first reaction is, "eggs in a curry?" mixing boiled eggs with curry isn't that unusual - you can find quite a few regional Indian curry dishes using boiled eggs. Anyway, back to this dish - I used S&B brand Torokuru curry cubes. These come in three grades - low, medium & hot. I used the medium grade which makes for quite a mild, fruity taste. I spiced it up a little more with some garlic, ginger and soy sauce. I halve and pop the eggs in at the last minute before serving (because I think they look nicer that way) but you could add them earlier to soak up some

flavour although the yolks might break up if you do that. Anyway, I think this makes a nutricious, fruity curry and the eggs and lentil make a nice, non-meat alternative. I should add that my recipe used blocks from a domestic use 250g pack of cubes. If you buy the 1 kg catering pack (like in the picture on the right) the cubes are quite a lot bigger so you'll have to adjust the amount of cube you put in or you'll end up with a very thick curry!

If you want to give this recipe a whirl, you can find the written recipe by clicking Torokeru Egg and Lentil curry and the Youtube tutorial here.

Happy cooking! Kurumi XXXX.

If you find like Torokeru curry to your liking, why not also try my Torokeru Chicken & Coconut Curry as well?

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