AT A GLANCE
This recipe is inspired by a Berber dish GT's deputy editor, Pat Nourse, had on tour in the Moroccan Sahara. It's especially lovely cooked in a tagine, in which case the heat on the stovetop should only ever be gentle (a diffuser mat is handy for this) and the cooking times will be slightly longer. It's delicious for brunch, lunch or dinner, and best served warm from the oven.
|01||Preheat oven to 220C. Heat ghee or olive oil in a large ovenproof frying pan over medium-high heat (or over a low heat in a tagine), add onion and sauté until tender and starting to caramelise (8-12 minutes). Stir in ginger and garlic, then stir in spices, coriander and parsley.|
|02||Add eggs to onion and stir until they just start to scramble (1-2 minutes). Transfer to oven and bake uncovered until just set (3-4 minutes), or cooked to your liking. Scatter with coriander and serve with grilled flatbread.|