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Kaffir Lime Leaf Scrambled Eggs Recipe

How to make Kaffir Scrambled Eggs without the "leavy" aftermath in your mouth?

If you like the flavour and taste of Kaffir Lime leaves but don't want the leaves in your Scrambled Eggs, this Powdered Kaffir Lime is best for you.

Here's a Kaffir Lime Leaf Recipe for 4 Persons


• 1 tablespoon vegetable oil

• 2 cloves garlic, minced

• 1/2 Cup Onion, Diced

• 1/2 Cup Red Bell Pepper, Diced

• 1 fresh chilli pepper, minced

• 4 eggs

• 1/2 Cup grated white cheddar cheese

• 2 green onions, sliced thin

• 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro for garnish


  1. In a wok or small saucepan, add oil and garlic and bring to medium high heat. Add onions, bell peppers, chile, and My Blue Tea kaffir lime powder.

  2. Stir until onions are translucent or done. Remove and set aside.

  3. Put eggs in a bowl with 2 teaspoons of water and beat or whisk.

  4. Add cooking oil or butter to wok or skillet, add eggs and cook at medium high heat, stirring constantly with a spatula, until almost set.

  5. When eggs are just about 90 % set and just barely runny, add and stir in the previous set aside ingredients of onion and pepper mix and cook until eggs are done.

  6. When eggs are set, spread and cover eggs with cheese, immediately cover, turn off heat, but leave in place for the cheese to melt.

  7. When the cheese has melted, ( after about 2 – 3 minutes) serve immediately and garnish with sliced onion or cilantro.

  8. For extra garnish add some coriander or fried chilli. Serve with your choice of Ketchup, Tabasco or your favourite Native Cili Padi and soon, we will have Sarawak black pepper to spice up your egg dish!

Some fun and quirky Kaffir Lime Leaf Powder recipes or ideas

Look at some of the food My Blue Tea Ambassadors have cooked up! Scroll through the photos and be inspired or simply enjoy looking at them. They're worth salivating over or you might just be as adventurous and try them out.

But first, you got to get some Kaffir Lime Leaves Powder

"Green Curry Coconut Mousse Cake" by Catherine the Great @catherine_cang 💗💗🌈🌈

The above was inspired by the Green Curry Cupcakes by @masterchefau @depinder_ . We kind of requested Catherine to create something bold with our Native Bird's Eye Chilli and Catherine was even bolder by adding our very fragrant Kaffir Lime Leaf powder, Pandan Powder and Native Cili Padi/Bird's Eye Chilli.

  1. Kaffir Lime Leaf with Bumbo Bamboo with Ikan Tongkol Doku (an Indonesian dish) by Imelia in Jakarta, Indonesia

  2. Kaffir Lime Leaf Fish balls (if you would like a "musky" leafy or fishy scent)

  3. Freeze the Kaffir Lime Leaf fish balls for a later date and you can them on your Pasta or Laksa by Lynn in Taupo

  4. Kaffir Lime Leaf Panna Cotta with Palm Sugar by Steph in Melbourne

A Big Thank You!

Ladies and friends, give a big thank you to these fantastic, amazing cooks. They are so creative and we're very happy to have them as our Brand Ambassadors.

We're always looking for passionate cooks, chefs, partners or associates who are either foodie, chefs, passionate home cooks etc and if you are one of them, please contact us by emailing

Butterfly Pea Flower Tea

And guess what? You can't forget the Blue Tea right? Your Kaffir Scrambled Egg dish would go extremely well with a nice buttered roll and a pot of Blue Butterfly Tea - hot or cold. P.S. add some mint for a flavourful sensation. Our Blue Tea is packed with Antioxidants and Anthocyanins. An excellent brain food.

Kaffir Lime Leaf Powder | MY BLUE TEA

Cooking is now so much easier with our Kaffir Lime Leaf Powder. Totally pure and organic, the pack contains actual leaves ground to ingestible form so you can savour all the benefits of the plant without having to chew the tough leaves. Simply sprinkle 1 - 2 teaspoons into your cooking or baking for that tasteful sensation and impress not only yourself but your family and friends too.

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