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    Question Scrambled Eggs?

    Recently, I've become a very big fan of scrambled eggs. Not that I have not enjoyed myself some scrambled eggs in the past. However, I've been craving them and making them almost every single night.

    Which leads me to my question...

    In order to not get bored of scrambled eggs, does anyone have any recommendations as to what I should throw in there with the eggs? Usually, it's just Country Crock butter melted in the pan and 4 or 5 eggs. What else would be good or have you used that might be quite delicious?

    Just FYI, I'm not a fan of ham, peppers, or onions so let's stray away from those for now (hence not making an omelete since I dont really like those, much).
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    I use bologna, turkey, bacon, sausage, just to mix it up a bit, plus add some more shredded cheese.
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    Bologna? Really?? That sounds strangely tastey.
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    I always put a splash of milk along with some salt and freshly ground black pepper in my scrambled eggs. If anything else I just put some shredded cheddar on top.





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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    What does the milk do? And are we talking Fat Free? Whole Milk? Hmmmm?
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    I always put milk in scrambled eggs. I didn't know you could make them without it.
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    I use whole but I don't know if using any other would make a difference. When I took home ec in high school the teacher said the milk helped with the coloring of the eggs in the sense they wouldn't turn brown in case you burned them a little. If it is true or not I don't know but to this day I still do it.





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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    Cheese cheese and more cheese. If you add bologna I'd recommend frying it first. Hell, scramble the eggs in the bologna grease.

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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    I never heard of using milk before.


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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    fried spam cut up then folded into the eggs


    holy crud, now i gotta have some fried spam...i love that stuff
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    Is it strange that I make mine in the microwave?
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    Quote Originally Posted by aashee View Post
    Cheese cheese and more cheese. If you add bologna I'd recommend frying it first. Hell, scramble the eggs in the bologna grease.
    Which is exactly what we do, my dad prefers it that way. His eggs have to be fried in bacon grease for him to want to eat it.
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    I use soy milk in mine, always used real milk until dairy products decided they didn't like me anymore. You can toss in any kind of veggie with the eggs.
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    Quote Originally Posted by nathan detroit View Post
    Is it strange that I make mine in the microwave?
    No, for years whenever I went to visit my grandma and spend the night at her house she would always make me a scrambled egg in the microwave. I usually make them on the stove but not at grandma's.
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    Re: Scrambled Eggs?

    Quote Originally Posted by nathan detroit View Post
    Is it strange that I make mine in the microwave?
    Didn't know that you could do that.


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