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I added spinach and chilli, was lovely

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sashbird April 21, 2013

Made this tonight...really easy and tasty. I will definitely make again. I had a few leftover peas from last night's dinner so I added these as well and tasted delicious :)

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dreamavision October 18, 2012

This is the Chinese style of Eggs with Tomatoes. I like to use the entire tomato. Some recipes call for no seeds. Instead of just sugar added (the recipe did not state an amount) I used 1/4 salt
and sugar combined along with rice vinegar. I also added a 2 pinch measurement of baking powder to the beaten eggs. Make sure you dissolve the baking powder fully, before adding the beaten eggs to the pan. (The baking powder makes the eggs light and fluffy. I serve with pork loin for a full meal.

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Montana Heart Song January 30, 2011

Not exactly the way I had imagined it to turn out - was a bit too watery/slimy. But that could've been due to me adding an extra tomato to the recipe. The cornstarch did help a bit though. But this is by no means a bad recipe, and would love to try make this again next time.

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Domestic Princess March 28, 2008

My mother makes this all the time! She also adds diced potatoes and it tastes absolutely superb!

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jeszkarabbit July 16, 2006

Lovely eggs! Worth the few minutes extra than regular scrambled eggs. Recipe instructions called for sugar, but no quantity was mentioned so I put in half a teaspoon. Otherwise, nice clear recipe. Good stuff.

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Jenny Sanders October 25, 2004
Egg with Tomatoes: Chinese home-style