Parsley Garlic Arabic Eggs

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

Ingredients

2 eggs

1 tbs. fresh chopped parsley

1 large clove garlic, peeled, washed and sliced

1/8 tsp. Salt

2 TBs. olive Oil for cooking eggs

Directions

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

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

garlic, saute one minute, turn heat up and when itโ€™s hot add eggs.

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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.

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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 donโ€™t know how!) until cooked on the other side as well.

Slide onto a plate. Yummm!

12 thoughts on “Parsley Garlic Arabic Eggs

  1. Lynz am I able to reblog this beautiful recipe ? I don’t see the reblog button and checked “more” too ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
    That plates up amazingly tempting.. And from the ingredients, I know I’ll love it !

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      1. 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.. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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        1. 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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          1. 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 ? ๐Ÿ˜Š

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