|by Mary Land|
Creole cuisine, Cajun cooking, and the sophisticated gumbo of New Orleans-can any state boast a fais-do-do in the kitchen like Louisiana's? Origin...
1 - 10 of 328 for scrambled egges
Beat eggs slightly, add salt, ... add to the tomato sauce mixture. Add a pinch of baking soda to sauce; slowly stir until eggs are cooked and jelly-like.
In a bowl, stir together eggs, yogurt and ... should still appear moist. Makes 4 servings. Variation: Try orange, maple or banana yogurt instead of plain.
Simply crack eggs into a bowl, ... Leave for about a minute to settle, as would be done if making an omelet. Start mixing it together then serve toast.
Beat eggs, sour cream, ... mixture with spatula as it begins to thicken; do not stir and do not overcook. Garnish with paprika and parsley. Makes 4 servings.
Crack eggs into one measuring ... choice, and whisk briskly to mix it in. Butter a frying pan, and add egg mixture. Cook until yellow and fluffy. Serve.
Mix together egg, milk, season ... and add to egg mixture. Melt butter, add egg mixture and then scramble. If desired, add salt and pepper to finish dish.
Cook for 2 minutes in microwave, stopping every 30 seconds to stir from the center out, checking to see if done. Serves 1.
Butter the pan ... butter melts. Pour egg yolks into a ... you see little scrambled eggs in the ... liquid is in the pan (all scrambled). Serve and enjoy.
Cook the bacon, ... meat with the scrambled eggs. Spread into ... when removing from refrigerator. Put in cold oven and turn to correct oven temperature.
Grease and sprinkle ... pan. Layer moist scrambled eggs, sausage, sour ... overnight in refrigerator. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Serves 8-10.
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