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Easy Scrambled Eggs

Happy Saturday, everyone! Today I’m sharing a super simple breakfast idea (or dinner, if you don’t mind breakfast for dinner). I scrambled eggs for breakfast this morning and decided to share the process with you all. It’s so simple it really doesn’t need much explanation, but in case anyone out there is just learning the basics, this is for you!

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Start by melting a tablespoon or two of butter in a small skillet over medium low heat.

While the butter is melting, crack however many eggs you want to cook into a bowl, and add a little milk. I don’t measure the amount of milk I use, I just do one little “plop” for each egg I’m going to scramble (a little trick borrowed from my mom) so in this case three plops. Beat the eggs well.

Now pour the mixture into your heated saucepan and stir continuously to prevent the eggs from sticking too much and to break them up. (I apologize for the quality of the photos, but it was morning and the sun was creating a glare on my pan.)

Cook until the eggs are no longer runny, sprinkle with some salt and pepper, and you’re done! Enjoy by themselves, or pair with a couple of slices of good toast or a biscuit. You can check out my recipe for Sourdough Drop Biscuits here: https://atoucholdfashioned.com/2019/10/31/sourdough-drop-biscuits/

And there you have it! A quick, easy, and frugal breakfast option. I hope someone will find this helpful and try it out soon!

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