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Parsley Garlic Arabic Eggs


This is very simple but a yummy variation of eggs. My kids love these eggs and they go great with Arabic bread.


3 eggs

1-2 Tbs. fresh chopped parsley

1 large clove garlic, peeled, washed and sliced

Salt to taste

Olive Oil for cooking eggs


Crack 3 eggs and place in a bowl, stir well, add salt and fresh parsley, stir.


Use a frying pan, put enough olive oil to lightly cover the bottom of the pan, add

garlic, saute until light brown, turn heat up and when it’s hot add eggs.


Let them cook a little and each time slide cooked eggs to the side and let uncooked eggs cook, until all eggs are cooked, much like making an Omelette.


When they are done, you can use a spatula to turn them and continue cooking, but in the Middle East you basically flip them ( which can end in disaster if you don’t know how!) until cooked on the other side as well.

Slide onto a plate. Yummm!

12 Comments Post a comment
  1. Love eggs. I’ve had them seasons a million ways. I’ve made this. It’s interesting how many foods are the same no matter where you are from. 🙂

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    July 24, 2015
  2. I made these last night and I have to say you have given me heaven on a plate! I am craving them again just writing this note!

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    July 27, 2015
  3. This looks simple and delicious enough I could try it out. I am a little intimidated in the kitchen, but Bumbi is loving eggs in the morning so this will be good to try with her.

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    August 4, 2015
  4. Pan #

    Lynz am I able to reblog this beautiful recipe ? I don’t see the reblog button and checked “more” too 😮
    That plates up amazingly tempting.. And from the ingredients, I know I’ll love it !

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    April 16, 2016
    • Hmmm maybe in the saved stuff no reblog? They are so good pan xx

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      April 17, 2016
      • Pan #

        I don’t know what you mean by “in the saved stuff”.. I was able to reblog Carol because she has a reblog button.. I can’t find one your post.. 😮

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        April 17, 2016
        • Sorry pan, I have been trying to figure this out! I don’t know why my reblog button is not showing! Sorry, it must be like the like button that was missing for a few days!! Thanks for telling me, I have not been ignoring you but have been trying to figure it out!! xx

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          April 17, 2016
          • Pan #

            No worries Lynz, I don’t expect responses in real time on blogs.. When you get the button back, please put a comment in here so I’ll know, ok ? 😊


            April 17, 2016
          • Sure dear! I looked and finally found it and it was checked so I am now confused why it is gone. I will tell you dear Pan!

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            April 18, 2016
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    April 19, 2016

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