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Quick and Easy Scrambled Eggs

Updated on September 16, 2018
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With age Eileen has tried and tested recipes and cooking methods. However she continues to learn and embrace modern trends of cooking.

Serve On Its Own For A Quick Snack Or Light Breakfast

Perfect with homemade chutney
Perfect with homemade chutney

Surely Everyone Can Make Scrambled Eggs?

For years I always cooked scrambled eggs as my late mother had done before me. I whisked eggs with milk adding grated cheese as desired. The only modernization was I moved on to cooking those delicious eggs in a microwave.

Well sorry Mum but I have now ditched your method along with microwave cooking of this egg dish and we are loving the result.

What’s Not To Like?

5 stars from 1 rating of Easy Cook Scrambled Eggs

Cook Time

Prep time: 2 min
Cook time: 3 min
Ready in: 5 min
Yields: Serves one

Utensils I Used

  • One pan
  • One spatula
  • One plate


  • 2 Eggs
  • Knob of Butter
  • Handful of Cheese (optional), Grated
  • Pinch of Salt
  • Pinch of Fresh Parsley (optional)


  1. Heat the butter in a pan until it has melted
  2. Whisk the eggs while the butter is melting adding a pinch of salt to taste
  3. Add the eggs to the pan whisking with a plastic or wooden spatula
  4. If you are adding grated cheese add it when the eggs are almost ready stirring constantly
  5. Remove from the heat and serve

Light Breakfast Sunday

Melting butter
Melting butter
Cooking eggs
Cooking eggs
With cheese added
With cheese added
Ready to eat scrambled eggs
Ready to eat scrambled eggs

Hints and Tips

  • I actually crack the eggs straight into the melted butter whisking as I do so
  • I like to add a pinch of fresh parsley as a nod to good health
  • You can use margarine or a butter substitute but make sure it is suitable for cooking
  • If calories matter use a light version of butter rather than a rich one
  • I added a little too much butter today. As I added grated cheese it increased the fat content
  • Adjust the butter to taste
  • Add a pinch of pepper instead of the salt or as well as
  • If you do not add cheese another bonus is an easy to clean pan as cooking the eggs this way prevents them sticking to the pan
  • I used store bought grated mild cheddar cheese

Serving Suggestions

These scrambled eggs are a good stand alone dish at breakfast or for a snack.

They are also tasty served on toast if you want a more substantial breakfast.

Replace fried eggs in a full English breakfast with scrambled eggs. It is easy to cook these eggs to perfection unlike fried eggs which can easily go wrong.

Serve with bacon, hash browns and beans adding fried bread or toast if preferred.

Mix it up by experimenting.

For me scrambled eggs cooked this was are the best I have ever tasted.

Sorry Mum!

© 2018 Ethel Smith


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