Fresh Green Garlic Mince Bake #Foodieextravaganza

This is fantastic party pleasers. Make this advance and then reheat and serve.

Ingredients

500 Grams Mutton Mince - handmade
6 Eggs
150 Grams Fresh Green garlic - chopped
1 Teaspoon Heaped Ginger garlic paste
2 Onions - chopped
1.1/4 Teaspoons Heaped Red Chilly Powder
1.1/4 Teaspoons Coriander powder
½ Teaspoon Turmeric powder
½ Teaspoon Garam Masala powder
1 Teaspoon Salt
Salt to taste
1/3 Cup Oil
2 Tablespoons Ghee / Butter
Bread or Parathas for serving

Method

Chop green garlic and keep aside.

In a pan heat oil fry chopped onion
 Fry till light brown 
now add mince , ginger garlic paste, 
fry well till it changes color from pink to white , 
then add red chili powder,turmeric, salt , coriander powder , garam masala powder , then add 1/2 cup water, fry well cover and cook till the mince is done and there is just a slight moisture in the mince. 
 Transfer this on to baking dish and 
spread the mince evenly 
then on top of spread fresh green garlic evenly, 
Break egg one at a time place them in a line as far as possible so that when baked /done you can cut slices with an egg on each piece. 
Heat ghee in a pan and pour this with a spoon over the eggs, sprinkle a little salt and black pepper powder to taste on the eggs and cover it lightly ( make a loose tent ) with foil and bake it in pre-heated oven for 20 minutes at 180 degrees .
Then remove the foil and broil for 8 to 10 minutes to dry off  any moisture left. Cool it completely and then loosen the sides.  
Cut into slices - each slice should have an egg. arrange them in a serving plate and serve with parathas or make sandwiches. These are yum. 
My Notes

If you are lover of fresh green garlic then increase it more.

If you have a skillet that can be placed the oven then make this in it directly. Since I did not have it transferred it into a baking dish and then baked it. This can be completed on the stove top too.

Can use beef mince, but,  the mince should not be fine / pastey.

Labels :   Baked, Foodie Extravaganza Party, Fresh Green Garlic, Mince, Mutton, Egg, Party pleasers


Foodie Extravaganza is a monthly food fest, where a group of bloggers all create and share a recipe around one of the monthly food 'holidays' as detailed in The Nibble. This month Sneha from Snehas Recipe is hosting, Peanut Butter is our theme. Posting day is always the first Wednesday of each month. If you are a blogger and would like to join our group and blog along with us, come join our Facebook page Foodie Extravaganza. We would love to have you! If you're a spectator looking for delicious tid-bits check out our Foodie Extravaganza Pinterest Board! Looking for our previous parties? Check them out HERE.

Today we're sharing our love of garlic for Foodie Extravaganza hosted by Caroline's Cooking: - see all the tasty recipe ideas below:
Aïgo Bouido (Provençal Garlic Soup) by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Alcachofas al Ajillo or Garlicky Artichokes by Food Lust People Love
Cuban Cube Steak - Bistec de Palomilla by Caroline's Cooking
Fresh Green Garlic Mince Bake by Sneha's Recipe
Garlic Fried Calamari by Palatable Pastime
Garlic Knots by Karen's Kitchen Stories
Garlic Loaded Tzatziki Sauce by Hardly A Goddess
Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts by Jolene's Recipe Journal
Homemade Creamy Garlic Salad Dressing by A Day in the Life on the Farm
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

8 comments:

  1. This would be a great meatless Monday meal as well. Thanks Sneha.

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  2. Such a fun recipe- love your pictures!

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  3. Yum! It's hard to get ground mutton around here unless you are on good terms with a farmer, but I have found ground lamb does very well. And this is perfect for all the garlic scapes this time of year, wondering what to do with them. Such a perfect Spring recipe.

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  4. What an interesting dish, love the spices in there too.

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  5. I really need to get us out of our comfort zone and try more exotic dishes. This looks great!

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  6. What an intriguing dish, Sneha! I've never seen fresh green garlic here but perhaps I just don't know what to look for. I'll have to ask around now!

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  7. We love green garlic, but only get it in the markets for a few weeks each year. I haven't seen them yet. When I do, I'll give this a try!

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  8. This dish sounds delicious! I don't have mutton around here, but I will try it with lamb!

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