I used to eat Khakina/Khagina or Egg Bhurji as it is sometimes called only at my aunt's growing up and I learned how to make it from my mother in law soon after I got married. Now it has become a staple weekend breakfast. Tomatoes are optional so add them only if you like tomatoes with your eggs. My youngest son doesn’t like to eat eggs, yet he will eat this every time I make it. He thinks its Qeema (minced meat). Try it with roti, parathas, croissants or toast. It’s an extremely different way to prepare eggs and can be eaten for breakfast, brunch or dinner. Set aside about half an hour to prepare this as the onions take a while to fry and the eggs have to be cooked on low heat. It’s all worth the wait in the end when you enjoy this with paratha, achaar (Indian pickle) as you sip on your tea Sunday morning. A.K
hAPPY eATING & kEEP sMILING
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