Akoori

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2018/11/27 09:49:33 (permalink)
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    Root-Beer Man
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    Re: Akoori 2018/11/27 10:07:02 (permalink)
    Sounds OK, but I'm not a huge fan of scrambled eggs. I prefer fried or poached or the like. That one would be nice, but I like something like Shakshouka or Huevos Rancheros if I'm going for fancied up eggs. Usually a couple of fried eggs with biscuits and gravy, (and plenty of gravy to cover the eggs, too) will do me just fine.
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    1bbqboy
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    Re: Akoori 2018/11/27 11:55:55 (permalink)
    Sounds like a Denver omelet to me.
    I guess even scrambled eggs are classier in Paris.
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    BayouCityNosh
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    Re: Akoori 2018/11/27 17:49:50 (permalink)
    Interesting.  Never heard of this.  Wiki says it's an Indian dish.  I looked at several recipes online - they all include some tomato.  i wonder if the recipe left it out by mistake??
     
    I'm with Root-Beer Man - I'm not real fond of scrambled eggs, usually only do that when using egg substitute or whites only.  I like firm whites and runny yolks better than whitesandyolks mixed up together. 
     
    There are very few places around here to get Shakshouka and I don't think any of our Persian restaurants are open for breakfast. Nor for that matter, any Indian ones.  I usually just take the easy way out and fry the eggs and add left over salsa or chutney from take-out .
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    masarapba
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    Re: Akoori 2018/12/04 11:20:12 (permalink)
    Is this a middle eastern dish? 
     
    I do love a gourmet egg dish! Haha. Would definitely try this someday.
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