Akoori… Indian Scrambled Eggs.

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Akoori for breakfast today. Going back to my roots. Indian scrambled eggs
Very easy to do.
Serves 2

1 onion finely chopped
4 eggs
2 garlic cloves finely chopped
An inch of ginger grated or finely chopped
1 chilli finely chopped
Teaspoon of cumin seeds
2 teaspoons of ground coriander
Pinch or tureric
Salt & black pepper
2 large tomatoes chopped small

Fry the onion, garlic, ginger & chilli for 8 to 10 mins so nicely softened.
Add in the spices and coat the onions.
Stir in the tomatoes, cook for a few minutes.
Break in the eggs and stir in gently until they start to scramble, turn off heat and keep stirring until they are the consistency you like.

Serve with fresh coriander or mint or both, I also added some natural yogurt on top.
lovely on toast or served with home made pitta.

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Author: Miki's Meals On A Budget

My name is Miki, and I live healthily on a budget, I am not a vegetarian but do have many meat free days, I have a lot of love for beans, pulses, lentils and veg, so you will see many meals posted based around these ingredients. I will also post meat and fish recipes. I spend no more than £30 per week for 2 full time adults, plus my 2 elderly inlaws evening meals (I do meals on wheels for them) and my granddaughter a couple of days a week...I love food especially savory food and curries, but I do have to watch my weight so many of my recipes will be low in fat, with the odd pie thrown in lol.

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