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How do you like your Eggs?

Updated on August 20, 2017

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Got Eggs?

If you cook eggs, you know that they go well with bacon and sausage and a side of hashbrowns. Well, scrambled eggs are a versatile way to cook eggs and you can make a nice meal by basically adding many of your favorite foods to them.

Have you ever had left overs that you didn't know what to do with? Perhaps it was a very small portion of peppers, or left over hot dogs. Well, using these and other leftovers are a tasty addition to scrambled eggs to make a quick and practical breakfast. You may also use egg whites for a healthier plate.

You can also use fresh ingredients, such as asparagus or onions. It is your choice as to what you like with your eggs. I even like scrambled eggs with spaghetti. There are so many items you can mix with scrambled eggs. I have chosen four of my favorite recipes for "How do you like your Eggs?".

It is really simple to make these 2 or 3 ingredient recipes.


Recipe


Cook Time

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Ready: 10 minutes

Serves: 2


Ingredients

1. 2 eggs, or 4 egg whites

2. Use 1 or more ingredients of your choice apx.1/4 cup

asparagus

hot dogs

onions

spaghetti

potatoes/frozen fries

peppers

or anything you like

Olive Oil

Scrambled Eggs

Instructions

Instructions are as follows:

1. Add apx. 3 tablespoons olive oil to coat the pan.

2. Scramble your eggs or egg whites. (Variation add 4 tablespoons milk for fluffier eggs).

3. Fry your ingredient(s) of choice in olive oil for 1 to 2 minutes.

4. Add scrambled eggs(egg whites) and cook until eggs are fluffy against pan.

5. With spatula, turn over to form omelet or scramble.

6. Cook until browned or desired consistency.

7. Add spices, like pepper or condiments, such as ketchup as desired.

View the photos of these four delicious choices for cooking with scrambled eggs.

Spaghetti and Eggs

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Spaghetti cooking in olive oilEggs beaten mixed with spaghettiSpaghetti and EggsServe
Spaghetti cooking in olive oil
Spaghetti cooking in olive oil
Eggs beaten mixed with spaghetti
Eggs beaten mixed with spaghetti
Spaghetti and Eggs
Spaghetti and Eggs
Serve
Serve

Hot Dogs and Eggs

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Hot dog cooking in olive oilEggs beaten and mixed with hot dogsCooking after turned overServe
Hot dog cooking in olive oil
Hot dog cooking in olive oil
Eggs beaten and mixed with hot dogs
Eggs beaten and mixed with hot dogs
Cooking after turned over
Cooking after turned over
Serve
Serve

Vegetables and Eggs

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Asparagus and OnionsEgg Whites beaten and mixed with eggsServe: Asparagus and EggsGreen, Red, and Yellow Peppers
Asparagus and Onions
Asparagus and Onions
Egg Whites beaten and mixed with eggs
Egg Whites beaten and mixed with eggs
Serve: Asparagus and Eggs
Serve: Asparagus and Eggs
Green, Red, and Yellow Peppers
Green, Red, and Yellow Peppers

4 Delicious Ways to Serve

Breakfast is Served

So no matter how you like your scrambled eggs, whether you choose fresh ingredients or use lefovers from the night before, spice up your scrambled eggs with anything you like for breakfast. Serve with toast and orange juice and you are ready to go.

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    • CatsPage profile imageAUTHOR

      Catherine Spinola 

      5 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      Glad you do..! Yes I think there are even more recipes that contain eggs. Thanks for commenting Spongy..!!

    • Spongy0llama profile image

      Jake Brannen 

      5 years ago from Canada

      I make this kind of stuff all the time! I love working with eggs because they're so versatile. A good source of protein too since I don't eat much meat.

    • CatsPage profile imageAUTHOR

      Catherine Spinola 

      5 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      You will love the pasta with eggs, and I think with so many types, like wheat, spinach or any other pasta, they are sure to be very tasty with eggs. Thanks for commenting GymBabe..!!

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      Andrea 

      5 years ago

      Interesting pairing- eggs and pasta! I think I'll have to try this. Do you think whole wheat pasta would taste good?

      I love scrambling in a variety of diced veggies to my eggs :)

    • CatsPage profile imageAUTHOR

      Catherine Spinola 

      6 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      Hey GiblinGirl, I know pasta may not be a common addition to eggs, but it really does tastes great..! Thanks.. Catherine

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      GiblinGirl 

      6 years ago from New Jersey

      Very cool ideas - I never thought to pair eggs with pasta.

    • CatsPage profile imageAUTHOR

      Catherine Spinola 

      6 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      Thanks Senoritaa, Yes, just a few of my favorites, easy cooking. Thanks for commenting..!!

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      Rinita Sen 

      6 years ago

      Interesting! I too add just about anything to eggs, from fried noodle to cheese to leftover cooked veggies!

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