Scrambled eggs are not just one of the first things, but they are the first thing that I ever learned to cook. So it was only fitting that I made a post about it. Not only do I love scrambled eggs, but they can be made quickly and easily in the morning before you rush off to work. My grandma was the one that taught me this recipe, and the one that I believe instilled my love of cooking. So I thought the best way to honor her is to pass on her recipe to you. She unfortunately passed away some years ago but this recipe is one of my ways of remembering her. It is by no means an extremely different scrambled egg recipe than you might be used to, but I firmly believe that once you try it you won’t want to make it any other way.
- Eggs (Obviously!)
- Shredded Fiesta Blend Cheese
- Butter or Butter Substitute
- Lawry’s Seasoning Salt (Recommended but optional)
Other Things Needed
• Small Bowl
Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Cook Time: 5-10 Minutes
Crack your eggs into a small bowl. I was really hungry when I started cooking so I went with 5 eggs, which in all reality would be enough for two people.
Once you have the eggs in the bowl, beat the eggs with a fork or a whisk until they are completely broken down. (Pro Tip- If you get egg shells in the bowl you can use half of an egg shell to pull it out. A lot easier than trying to dig it out with your hands!)
Add the shredded cheese to egg mix. I used 1/2 cup for my 5 eggs. So adjust accordingly for the amount of eggs you are cooking.
Stir the cheese in with your egg mix as thoroughly as possible.
Add salt and pepper to the mix and stir. We all have our own preferences on how much salt and pepper we like, so go off of your own judgement.
Turn your stove up to medium heat. Add a small spoonful of butter to your non-stick pan and let the butter melt and cover your pan. This will help to keep the eggs from sticking while also adding flavor to the eggs.
Once the butter has melted, add the egg mix to the pan. Stir the eggs, making sure to scrape the bottom as you go, until the eggs start staying together.
Once the eggs are almost all of the way cooked, pull them off of the heat and finish them up. I believe it was Gordon Ramsey (not 100% sure though) that said if your eggs are finished in the pan then you have over cooked them.
Transfer your eggs to a bowl or a plate, whichever one you prefer eating with. If you don’t want Lawry’s on your eggs than congrats! You’re all done! However, if you want the greatest scrambled eggs you’ll ever eat then this is the key. Sprinkle some Lawry’s on top of your eggs and enjoy!
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This is one of my favorite recipes of all time and I hope that you try it out and enjoy it! Make sure to leave a like and follow the blog for more recipes and content! See you later!