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    i cook mushrooms and bacon first, then i use about 3 eggs, add a bit of milk, a pinch of vegetable salt, let the eggs cook for a few minutes and then start scrambling them a bit, add some cheese, the mushroom and bacon, cook for a few more minutes and then get them out.
    Tastes delicious.
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    i just seperated the egg yolk and white of two eggs
    put the whites in a smaller frying pan
    put some leftover frozen vegetable blend in
    put a slice of pepperjack in the center
    beat the yolks up and poured them on the cheese
    another slice of pepperjack on top

    350 for 10-15 mins and youve got delicious eggs.

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    My morning concoction:

    handful of frozen diced peppers and onions (it's just easier to get them frozen) - throw them in the microwave for 1min 30sec

    2 whole eggs, 3 egg whites - scrambled

    take the peppers and onions out of the microwave and throw them in the pan with the eggs

    wait like 5 minutes and pour some bacon bits in there

    cook until it looks cooked.. throw some cheese on top and wait till it melts

    and it's fucking yummy.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dU_B3QNu_Ks

    I've made these before and they're off the chaiiiin. If you whip the eggs just like he does, you can pretty much eat them just as they are, without salt/pepper/sour cream and it will still taste amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ike View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dU_B3QNu_Ks

    I've made these before and they're off the chaiiiin. If you whip the eggs just like he does, you can pretty much eat them just as they are, without salt/pepper/sour cream and it will still taste amazing.
    Thats how I make mine every time (the on off heat method). I think I saw that video on here before there even was a cooking forum haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angels View Post
    I usually scramble 6 eggs, with some bacon salt stirred in before putting them in the pan. When they're almost done, I top them with salt, pepper, and cheddar cheese. If I'm feeling it, I put some ketchup on them.

    Also, sometimes I do this same process, but instead of stirring the eggs before putting them in the pan, I just crack them in there like I'm cooking them over-easy, and then just stir them up after they start cooking.
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    Thats alottta fucken eggs for breakfast man. jesus.


    MY Recipe.

    1 quarter of 2 different colored bell peppers, diced onions. Let simmer in pan with olive oil. Crack in 3 eggs and start moving around and mixing. Dash of salt and add a mixture of monterey jack and cheddar. Top with ketchup and enjoy.

    Occasionally ill switch it up and add diced mushrooms or throw in spinach or maybe some jalapenos depending on what im feeling.
    Last edited by Hausen; 8/18/2010 at 9:03 pm.

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    at first i was wondering why you would even make a scrambled egg thread, but after reading this i have just realized how terribly terribly wrong i have been making scrambled eggs for years. this has great megathread potential. my god. gotta try all this shit.. from indian recipe to the heat on/off method.

    EGGS ARE AWESOME

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