You can skip making the egg mix, and directly break the eggs in the pan. Beating eggs separately to make the egg mix is only really important if you want bigger bhurji pieces, because then you should avoid over-mixing the eggs in the pan. Which you’ll kind of have to do, if they aren’t already beaten.
- You can adapt the kind and quantity of veggies based on your preference. This is my go-to base version. I often add capsicum too, as that is also something I usually always have on hand. But I keep the overall quantity of veggies the same, i.e. 2 cups of veggies for 6 eggs.
- The same goes for spices. This is my go-to blend, which makes for delicious bhurji masala. But you can adapt to your preference. Pav bhaji masala is an especially popular flavoring for bhurji. You can add 1-2 teaspoons in addition to these spices for a spicy bhurji, or swap out garam masala powder for pav bhaji masala. I personally enjoy the base version, which doesn't totally mask the taste of eggs, but only enhances it.
- I do however love to flavor paneer bhurji with pav bhaji masala. It works as an excellent flavor enhancer there.
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