In the UK many years ago there was a concerted effort to ensure that the public ate eggs. Advertising slogans such as Go To Work on an Egg are still firmly stuck in this blogger's brain. A cheap and versatile food stuff eggs are also good nutritionally. Like all things there are pros and cons but if money is tight buying a half dozen eggs can be prudent.
One quick, easy and satisfying way to eat eggs is to scramble them.
In the past cooking scrambled eggs invariably left too much mess stuck to the pan which could take ages to clean off.
Enter the microwave. Cook your scrambled eggs in a dish in the microwave and cleaning up afterwards will be easy. Cooking scrambled eggs is a doddle but for those of you who are novice cooks read on. Remember to ensure that the dish you use is suitable for microwave cooking,
For one person:
You can add various ingredients to the eggs. We like to add some grated cheese. Add too much and they will be rich creamy but very cheesy eggs. Finely chopped onions be they cooking or Spring, chopped tomato or ham also make for tasty scrambled eggs. Sometimes we skip the butter and add a dollop of cheese spread or one or two cheese triangles instead.
The choice of course is yours. Bear in mind that you are only using a brief cooking time. This has a bearing on what you add. However if you want cheesy scrambled egg on toast you will find that they are cheap, easy and quick to cook. Make scrambled eggs when you have some ingredients which you want to use up also.
Serve the eggs on their own, on toast, with chips or with bacon, sausages and beans.
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