Moroccan Peas & Eggs

"This dish may sound weird but my husband loves it. He makes it for a quick & easy snack."
photo by Debbie R. photo by Debbie R.
photo by Debbie R.
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  • Place the peas, oil, & spices in a small frying pan. Cook over medium heat for 5 minutes.
  • Scramble the eggs & add it to the peas. Cook until the eggs are dry & firm.
  • Serve with thick bread.

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  1. While I liked this, I found the spices to be a bit overpowering for my taste. I added a tablespoon of mayo to hold it all together and dull the spices a bit and it was perfect like that - although not as healthy! Next time I'll omit the salt altogether, and maybe cut back a bit on the cumin, too. Thanks for this great recipe.
  2. I used baby peas and found this unusual combination to be a nice surprise! I loved the spice combo too. I added an English muffin and a cup of Recipe #233108 to take the chill off the morning. Thanks Nasseh, Made for Zwizzle Chicks for ZWT6.
  3. This is definitely "weird" - yet that's the type of food I love. Other than for using frozen peas, I made as directed and served on toasted English muffins for a late breakfast/early lunch; this is definetly too big as a snack for me! This came out way too salty for my tastes, so I would season with salt and pepper after serving and not while cooking. Thanks, Nasseh. Made for Zaar Stars.
  4. I have to say I liked this quite a bit more than I thought that I would. This is really quite tasty. I used frozen peas, and I might add a little onion next time.
  5. Very unique, yet tasty. This made two good size servings. Made using frozen peas as I just hate the texture and taste of canned peas, also used 3/4 cup eggbeaters which is equal to three eggs. Did not change the spice or the cooking method as the cooking method is a big part of this recipe. This was a nice change of pace. Thanks so much for the post.


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