Greek Style Scrambled Eggs & Tomatoes (Strapatso me giaourti)

This traditional Greek recipe has been around for ages and ages, and I have been making this for as long as I can remember, but I only knew the main ingredients this recipe called for.  So, a  couple of weeks ago I was watching another cooking show and it seems that they have added a new ingredient, Yogurt.   I thought to myself what a delicious idea adding yogurt it  will absolutely give it a bit of a twist, and so I bookmarked the recipe to make at a later date.

I headed into the kitchen this morning, and had to see for myself  if the taste is as good with the yogurt.  I almost always have yogurt in the refrigerator, eggs, tomatoes, hmmm  had all the necessary ingredients and was ready to get started on the recipe. When it was done I was so curious about the taste, so I took a fork, dipped into it and oh myyyyy, it is absolutely scrumptious. 🙂 

I hope you enjoy this delightful, tasty, morning, brunch, lunch and even dinner recipe because I surely did. 🙂


4 Tomatoes grated

4 Eggs

100 grams Greek Yogurt

Olive Oil

1 teaspoon Oregano



1 teaspoon Sugar



Add about 6 tablespoons of  olive oil, tomatos and sugar into a frying pan. Let this simmer until tomato juice has evaporated.



In a large bowl  add the eggs, salt, pepper, yogurt, oregano and whisk until mixed.  


Add the mixture into the frying pan and combine with tomatoes. Stir for 15 minutes at medium heat.  You can either enjoy this on bread as a sandwich, or just as a delicious main dish.

Kali Orexi!!!

Comments (23)

  • Ben Aqiba 12 months ago Reply

    Hi Sophie,

    I like Greek food , and that is looking delicious 🙂

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Thanks Ben so sweet 🙂

  • 3sistersabroad 12 months ago Reply

    oh yummy what a great way to have eggs

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Thank you so much!! It sure is 🙂

  • jyo 12 months ago Reply

    Looks great and delighful Sophie ✌✌

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Thank you 🙂

  • Abby Strangward 12 months ago Reply

    This looks amazing and so simple! So glad I stumbled across your blog x
    Abby – http://www.seafoaming.com

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Hi Abby, thank you so much for your kind comment…Have to check out your blog too. Sophie

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Lovely site…following on you Insta also

  • dtills 12 months ago Reply

    Nice addition with the yogurt! I love it 🙂

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Thanks Dee dee 🙂

  • Novus Lectio 12 months ago Reply

    😁 it’s seems soooo good!
    Good receipt

  • kasiawrites 12 months ago Reply


    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Thank you Kasia

  • Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 12 months ago Reply

    Sounds delicious!

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Thank you so much 🙂

    Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 12 months ago

    Most welcome. I was looking for some recipes I can try and I came across your blog. I’ll be visiting more in my downtime.

    foodzesty 12 months ago

    Aww thanks so much Diane….:) You have a interesting blog I started to follow you 😉

    Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 12 months ago

    You’re utmost welcome and thank you. I’m happy that you think so. 🙂

  • Oh my, I was thinking, I have everything but yogurt, well, I have yogurt but it’s vanilla, not plain, and hehehe I almost talked myself into, “oh, it’s will be ok, just use the vanilla” but I’ll wait. Sophie thank you for sharing such yummy recipes, and with easy stuff that I have. I haven’t forgotten the picture of the Japanese pestle, and mortar. I took a pic of it, I still haven’t uploaded the pictures from my phone to the laptop. I know this is a simple task for normal people hehehe enough said :):):)

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    hahahha its a good thing you talked yourself out of it. hehehe…Awwww, Margaret your so good to me…thank you for being my blogger friend 🙂 Don’t worry about the photo when ever you have time to upload it…:)

    It’s my pleasure Sophie :):) it brings me much joy :):)

    foodzesty 11 months ago


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