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Spicy Scramble Eggs

Spicy Scramble Eggs
Eggs are as important as food all around the world. They are so easy to prepare and often the first food many people learn how to cook.Like most kitchen eggs usually find their way in my dinner table most of the time.Both my kids enjoy having egg in their food.The following is one of my favorite way in preparing them...


Serving Size:5
6 eggs
1/4 cup finely chopped onions
1/4 cup finely chopped tomatoes
2 green chillie minced
1tbsp ginger garlic paste
1/2tsp mustard seeds
1/2tsp cumin seeds
1/2tsp ural dal
1tbsp tomato ketchup
1tsp white pepper powder
1tsp chillie powder
1/4tsp gram masala
1/4tsp turmeric powder
1/2tsp black pepper powder
salt to taste
finely chopped coriander leaves
finely chopped green spring onions
finely chopped parsley
a pinch of hing powder

Preparation Methods:
Crack the eggs one by one in a large bowl. Add the white pepper powder,tomato ketchup and a pinch of salt. Whisk them well and set aside. Heat a wok and add couple 2tbsp butter. Once it's melted add the ginger garlic paste. Fry until the raw smell is removed followed by mustard seeds,cumin seeds and ural dal . As the mustard seeds starts to crack add the chopped onions,tomatoes and green chilles.Saute till the onions turns brown- then add all the spice powders. Fry til the raw smell are completed removed-then pour the whisked egg mixture.Break them into pieces as it cooks. Finally add chopped coriander leaves,spring onions and parsley. Adjust the level of salt and transfer to a serving plate.


Vrinda said…
Looks gr8,perfect with rice
Thats looking yummy and quick fix if i dont have any veggie in my fridge.
Tina said…
So delicious and quick dish...Looks great dear..
SathyaSridhar said…
Looks delicious!! Sara. Egg is a healthy food and can get in any part of the world.quick n easy egg recipes n good side for rasam rice,,thanks for sharing the recipe,,take care n keep smiling dear,,, i like ur blog n m following u.
Padhu Sankar said…
Wow Simple and tasty recipe!
Sarah Naveen said…
i love this...perfect and delicious..
Namitha said…
Love this with rice and noodles..will try your version sometimes :-)
Sarah Naveen said…
Hey Collect your Sunshine award from my space dear..
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Kalai said…
fast and a delicious scramble. love it.
shahana said…
Lovely dish! Looks really spicy!
SathyaSridhar said…
Sara,,thanks for stopping by dear,,,first take care of your kids dear n we will meet often,, take care n keep smiling,,
Sushma Mallya said…
i too love eggs and this def worth a try ...spicy & delicious...
Siddhi Shirsat said…
wow nice spicy scrambeled eggs..perfect with chapati
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Hayley said…
Lovely and beautiful recipe!!
Urmi said…
Looks delicious and perfect with rice. Wonderful click.
Priya dharshini said…
i luv scrambled eggs..they r jus perfect to be accompany for any food..
Neetz said…
Dear do collect your award from my blog :)
gtyuk said…
scrambled eggs look gorgeously garnished Sara, that's a royal version I'd say :)
Yum..fancy Anda bhurji.. it will make a great filling for sandwiches too..we would like to pass on the Sunshine award, please stop by to collect it.
Preety said…
love eggs..this will go on my top list of fav breakfast items..
Hey buddy read my post well its ugadi treat and its not poppy seeds chutney its payasam.
Unknown said…
Scrambled egg...looks colorful anf perfectly cooked!
Hi, this is my 1st time here. I'm very impressed with your Chinese noodle Hokkian prawn mee, did you been to Malaysia and tasted the Hokkian prawn mee here. I will come back more often to your blog to see what you cooking for the next.
I really appreciate ur time is reading my post and give comments.thanks you so much for the encouragement:)

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