Scrambled Eggs – 5 Ways!

Updated: Feb 9

Eggs are a really versatile ingredient and can provide a really quick meal or snack if you are short on time. Eggs provide a source of protein, healthy fats and different nutrients such as vitamins A, D, E, choline, iron and folate.


While scrambled egg alone with black pepper and salt is super tasty, sometimes it's nice to mix things up a bit and try some different scrambled egg variations.

See below for some tasty alternatives to try!

METHOD

  • Mix the eggs, water, salt and pepper and give it a good whisk.

  • Melt the oil in a non stick pan and add the eggs.

  • Gently fold the eggs with a wooden spoon until they are almost set.

  • The final stage is to add in the filling – stir gently for a few seconds until nicely integrated

SPINACH AND FETA

2 large eggs, 1 tsp coconut oil, pinch of salt, twist of black pepper. Wilt a generous handful of spinach in another teaspoon of coconut oil and a splash of water. Crumble a tablespoon of feta.


FRESH HERBS

2 large eggs, smidge of cold water, 1 tsp coconut oil, pinch of salt, twist of black pepper. Chop up a mix of fresh herbs. Chives and parsley are a great combo.


PARMESAN AND PESTO

2 large eggs, smidge of cold water, 1 tsp coconut oil, pinch of salt, twist of black pepper. Grate 2 tsp of Parmesan and use 1 tbsp of pesto.


SMOKED SALMON, CREAM CHEESE AND CHIVES

2 large eggs, smidge of cold water, 1 tsp coconut oil, pinch of salt, twist of black pepper. 30g chopped smoked salmon, 30g cream cheese, sprinkle of chopped fresh chives.


TOMATOES AND RED PEPPER

2 large eggs, smidge of cold water, 1 tsp coconut oil, pinch of salt, twist of black pepper. Chop up 4-6 cherry tomatoes or 1 larger tomato, together with a few slices of red pepper and sauté in 1 tsp coconut oil for 2—3 mins


Recommendation: If possible aim to buy organic, free range eggs.

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