What is your favorite way to make scrambled eggs?

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  1. houstonloans profile image40
    houstonloansposted 13 years ago

    What is your favorite way to make scrambled eggs?

    Everyone seems to have their own way of cooking their scrambled eggs, and I am interested in finding out how others do it for their family.

  2. SIJO1 profile image61
    SIJO1posted 13 years ago

    Eggs with a little milk a squeeze of lime and salt and pepper then just before serving sprinkle a little cheese on the top serve on toast. A great  way to start the day

  3. girl4God profile image61
    girl4Godposted 13 years ago

    I spray the stainless steel pan (no teflon chemicals) with olive oil cooking spray and then put a little dab of real butter.  Crack the eggs in a bowl and scramble them with a fork, add salt and pepper, sometimes red pepper, pour the eggs in when the butter is melted, then stir with a flat stainless steel spatula.

  4. Thunder Vixen profile image64
    Thunder Vixenposted 13 years ago

    In bacon grease with cheese and pastrami XP

  5. Chupp22 profile image64
    Chupp22posted 13 years ago

    You cook them until they only are a little liquidy (yeah not a word but understandable) then add in cheese and a little salt. Cook them a little while longer then eat them plain or with syrup!

  6. profile image53
    sunny5555posted 13 years ago

    Always with onion, pepper, cheese, mushroom, and no milk

  7. dsmiller profile image59
    dsmillerposted 13 years ago

    Mix the eggs with a bit of milk and butter, and cook them in the microwave. Stir the eggs a couple of times while cooking.

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    Rosemary Banksposted 13 years ago

    I like my eggs sometimes scrambled with some butter and cheese, oinion, green pepper, and a dab of milk, salt and black pepper.

  9. houstonloans profile image40
    houstonloansposted 13 years ago

    Medium high heat - two egg scrambled for about a minute with a fork, and one teaspoon of tepid tap water - pour on to non stick preheated pan, let set for a few seconds then start scrambling...

    When they are about 80 percent cooked remove from heat and continue stirring - as there is nothing worse than scorched scrambled eggs...


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