Scrambled Eggs and Tomatoes

Eggs are one of the most extraordinarily nutritious foods. In addition to being rich in proteins, they provide a variety of vitamins and minerals, including choline, which is a building block for cell membranes. By combining them with tomatoes, we can get many important nutrients.

Step 1
Scramble eggs in butter in medium-hot skillet.

Step 2
Top cooked eggs with fresh tomatoes or sauce, add chopped basil and oregano, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.

Serves: 2
Prep: 10 minutes
Cooking: 5 minutes

  • 4 eggs
  • 2 cups chopped tomatoes
  • 1 tbs chopped basil
  • 1 tsp chopped oregano
  • 2 tbs Parmesan cheese


  • Haris says:

    Hello and thanks for this. I love eggs. Do you have a more comprehensive recipe list somewhere?

    • Michael Saroyan says:

      I want to share my own receipe as follows for one person. Preheat your skillet on medium low, add extra vergine olive oil just enough to to cover skillet surface. Add chopped 1/2 medium/small size of red onion, sorte for couple of minutes, add medium/small size of chopped red bell pepper and mix with onion sorte for another couple of minutes. Then add medium/small size of chopped ripe tomato, mix it with onion and bell pepper. Sometime I add at this stage little bit of nice butter and cook for another 2-3 minutes. Optionally you can add a pinch of red pepper flakes. Add salt and black pepper to your taste mix it with the all the veggies. In the meantime scramble two eggs in a small bawl and poure over the veggies. Lower the stove temperature to low, cook for another minute or two to the desired overall consistency. The total cooking process should not take more then 5 to 6 minutes. Important! Tomatoes, bell peppers only organic, never refrigerated. Also, use preferably organic free range brown eggs or my preference eggs from pasture raised chickens that you can find at Whole Foods store. When the meal is ready, You can sprinkle with chopped parsley. , silantro etc. to your taste. Enjoy and let us know your thoughts.

  • Jeff says:

    Reference last comment 12hr days from 5:30am up 4:45 and eat 9:30 in canteen with microwave but nothing else. Have something at waking and 9:30? Any advice gratefully received thanks

  • Jeff says:

    I work shifts so omelette and scrambled eggs not possible. Couple of boiled eggs done night before Okay?

  • VIKAS says:

    sir ! let me know about Parmesan cheese ,ricotta cheese ,mozzarella cheese all cheese use only fat free either is it ok ,because i will buy all three of cheese so is it ok ??plz guide me ?

  • leon whaanga says:

    no gluten free organic toast allowed?

  • Marcus Chapman says:

    I justhad this dish – fried off the cherry tomatoes (I just prefer them cooked – cut them inhalf first) and some finely diced red pepper in the butter then scramled 2 eggs (from the neighbours chickens) alongside and served up – stunning! What a great breakfast!

  • Tim Crook says:

    Would it be better to cook the tomatoes with the eggs, as my understanding is that cooked tomatoes are better than raw tomatoes as the application of heat releases the lutein. Is this correct?

    • Sure, but as long as you are eating healthy, you shouldn’t worry about it. In other words (and unless you are allergic to tomatoes), if cooking tomatoes is what tips the scale from illness to health, there are more serious problems with your nutrition.

  • Eintzel says:

    Tomatoes and eggs are born for each other. You can also scramble the eggs with grated tomatoes when tomatoes are ripe, like in the Greek egg dish “kayanas”:

    Anything beyond the eggs and tomatoes is optional, but red peppers work well (feta cheese less so, in my opinion).

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