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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. 🙂

GREEK STYLE SCRAMBLED EGGS & TOMATOES (STRAPATSO ME GIAOURTI)

Ingredients
  

  • 4 Tomatoes grated
  • 4 Eggs
  • 100 grams Greek Yogurt
  • Olive Oil
  • 1 teaspoon Oregano
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 1 teaspoon Sugar

Instructions
 

  • 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.

Comments (22)

  • foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Thanks Ben so sweet :)
  • 3sistersabroad 2 years ago Reply
    oh yummy what a great way to have eggs
    foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Thank you so much!! It sure is :)
  • jyo 2 years ago Reply
    Looks great and delighful Sophie ✌✌
    foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Thank you :)
  • Abby Strangward 2 years ago Reply
    This looks amazing and so simple! So glad I stumbled across your blog x Abby - www.seafoaming.com
    foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Hi Abby, thank you so much for your kind comment...Have to check out your blog too. Sophie
    foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Lovely site...following on you Insta also
  • dtills 2 years ago Reply
    Nice addition with the yogurt! I love it :)
    foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Thanks Dee dee :)
  • Novus Lectio 2 years ago Reply
    😁 it's seems soooo good! Good receipt
  • kasiawrites 2 years ago Reply
    Yum!
    foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Thank you Kasia
  • Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 2 years ago Reply
    Sounds delicious!
    foodzesty 2 years ago Reply
    Thank you so much :)
    Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 2 years 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 2 years ago
    Aww thanks so much Diane....:) You have a interesting blog I started to follow you ;)
    Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years ago
    :)

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