We usually have this for breakfast on weekends. I learned this egg recipe from my mother-in-law.
Chop some onions, green peppers, and garlic. I have always added these ingredients to my eggs…but never this.
Add some oil to a pan and once its heated add all the onions, garlic, green peppers, and cumin seeds.
While this is frying into a nice golden shade prepare your eggs. Add four eggs, beat, with salt and curry powder.
When everything is fried add it to the dish with the eggs…and mix well.
In the same pan you fried the onions, garlic, cumin seeds-add a bit more oil and pour in your eggs.
I used a small pan so make sure everything is nicely cooked. You can cut the eggs into four even pieces for better heat distribution.
This is what the eggs will look like when it is completely fried.
In the past I have paired it with some Pumpernickel bread and my favorite dip of all time the <em>hummus</em>. After a few tries with pumpernickel I actually think a more plain bread- a simple french bread- brings the flavors of the eggs out more.