Darling Hubby’s Breakfast Special

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Serves 2

I got this recipe from my wonderful hubby who makes this delightful breakfast for us every once in a while. Thanks hun!

eggs, beaten
green chilies, chopped
medium onion, chopped in the processor
tomato, cubed
2 tbsp.
pinch of turmeric powder
1/4 tsp.
garlic paste
salt and pepper to taste

In a bowl, beat the eggs with the milk until frothy then set aside.

Heat 2 tbsp. oil in a frying pan. Add the onions and fry until soft, then add the garlic and fry until fragrant. Then add the tomatoes. Cook them on low heat until they are very soft.

Add the green chilies, turmeric powder, salt and pepper. Then add in the eggs and, using a wooden spoon, scramble the eggs as they cook to break it up into little pieces. Cook until done.

Switch off and serve immediately with toast, mandazi or chapati/parathas.




Tooo Good mA!!! this is my hubby's fav breakfast too!!!!

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

Am from Yemen, grew up in East Africa. Not from Pakistan. Thanks!

If u r from Yemen then I guess u can make mutabbaq as well. please give me the recipe if u do.
Jazakallah khair

hmmm never ever tried that.

Pl tell me where r u from ?I guess from Pakistan.just love ur recipies.

I like it,but what of the chapaty, pls can u tell me how to make it

As u said u r from Yemen and grew in Africa so does they mean u are from Arab origin ? but how come most of your dishes are South East Asia? for example this paratha, scrambled egg & tea….chicken tikka…haleem…karahi chicken…tandoori chicken…puri ….though i did find some Kenyan origin dishes too. Sorry dont mind my question.

Last but not the least, you have a unique style of cooking, i was really inspired with your pizza rolls… you really rock in the world of cooking !! =)

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

My husband and inlaws are asians and I have always had an interest in desi cooking and food, so I learnt. :)


oh i tried it ...its delicious. but again i added ginger instead of garlic lolz ...i think i should try adding garlic now. love it with toasts

This is one of the yummiest breakfast of the world fauzia :)

Umme ibrahim's picture

Wow. I just read the part where you said your from yemen. Just like the others I wouldnt have guessed as your such a pro at the desi foods aswel. MashaAllah. Just proves when one puts their heart and mind anything is possible. You truly are an inspiration. Your hubby must literally eat off your hands. ;)

i tried it my first trial from your recipes ... its very good ... thank you so much jazak allah

My chapatis are hard, please help

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

Make sure to knead the dough well and do not overcook the chapatis.