Basic Scrambled Egg Recipe
If there is one ingredient that makes everything cook a little better and definitely taste better, it would have to be real butter!
We do love our butter here at DinnerPlanner and have weathered through some bad butter raps, but a little butter goes a long way and if eaten in moderation, there is nothing wrong with real butter.
Organic butter is even better if you can find it, and it seems like it’s getting easier and easier to find good organic foods. If you have a hard time finding organic butter and cream, try Trader Joes.
Learning how to cook a basic scrambled egg recipe is a must for a beginner cook. Small steps open the door to bigger steps once you get the confidence.
Step 1. Know Your Eggs and Buy The Best Possible Eggs for the Money –
Step 2. Crack 6 eggs into a medium bowl –
Step 3. Lightly Salt & Pepper –
Step 4. Whisk eggs gently with a wire whisk until well blended
Step 5. Fold in 3 tablespoon of butter that has been cut into small pieces –
Step 6. Melt 1 tablespoon of butter in a large frying pan on medium heat – (The Best frying Pan)
Step 7. Pour the egg mixture into the frying pan and let cook for about 1 full minute or until the eggs start to firm up.
Step 8. Once the eggs start to get a little firm, use your spatula to flip over sections of the eggs.
Step 9. Keep flipping and cutting the eggs until the eggs are well cooked and slightly firm.
Simple Sausage Egg and Cheese Breakfast Burritos
- Scrambled Eggs
- Cooked Breakfast Sausage
- Shredded Yellow or White Cheddar Cheese
We love our breakfast burritos for mornings when we have time for a delicious breakfast. Breakfast burritos also freeze very well so don’t be afraid to make extra for those hectic mornings when you don’t have time for breakfast.
Cook your breakfast sausage according to package directions. Spread out your tortillas on a long cookie sheet. Place equal amounts of of sausage, scrambled eggs and shredded cheese on each tortilla. Broil until the cheese is melted. Roll up into a burrito and enjoy!