Monday, October 3, 2011

Scrambled Eggs

In honour of the new chickies, scrambled eggs. Scrambled eggs are one of the simplest meals you can make. Half-dozen eggs, a little milk, maybe some cheese, seasoning your done; but can I offer a family-secret spin on this classic?


If you've never dug through the fridge to throw ingredients into you eggs you're really missing something special. One of my favourite all time meals was scrambled eggs with leftover Chinese food. Yeah, doesn't sound like something you'd maybe immediately put together, but just delicious!

Steak is one of the best things to throw into scrambled eggs! With a little cheese, and a little tabasco.  Mmmmmmmm. Pot roast works too, left over roast chicken, mashed potatoes, pretty much anything you can think of goes well with eggs.

We've found although my 3 year old does not "like" eggs, home-laid eggs, he'll gobble them down & ask for more. I feel the same way!

When you're done cooking you've got to break the golden rule and add water to the pan before it cools down, or you'll be scrubbing for days. The trick is adding hot water, it's still not great for the pan, but at least you can get it clean.

I give all credit to my father, the Sunday morning scramble master.

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