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The cream cheese and mayonnaise keep these eggs moist while the standing and scraping (as opposed to constant cooking) means they don't overcook. This makes for a special breakfast and a definite difference from ordinary scrambled eggs.
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- 1Combine the cream and goat cheese and one of the eggs in a food processor or a blender.
- 2Blend well, then add one more egg and blend again.
- 3Transfer to a medium mixing bowl and whisk together the cream cheese mixture and the remaining six eggs.
- 4Whisk in the mayonnaise, cayenne, nutmeg, basil and chives.
- 5Warm a 10-inch (preferrably nonstick) skillet over medium heat.
- 6Hold the pan away from the stove and spray with the cooking spray.
- 7Add the butter to the pan and return to the heat, tilting to spread the butter over the pan.
- 8Add the shallots and salt and sauté briefly.
- 9Pour the egg mixture into the pan and let stand on medium heat about 30 seconds.
- 10Remove the pan from the heat, let stand one minute, then gently scrape the curds from the sides and bottom of the pan.
- 11Return the pan to the heat.
- 12After about one minute, repeat the standing and scraping procedure.
- 13Continue until the eggs are cooked almost to your liking.
- 14They will continue to cook after removed from the heat.
- 15Spoon into the middle of a warmed plate, serve garnished with basil and some nice, hearty toast.
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Nutritional Facts for Company Scrambled Eggs
Serving Size: 1 (101 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
- Amount Per Serving
- % Daily Value
- Calories 300.4
- Calories from Fat 223
- Total Fat 24.7 g
- Saturated Fat 12.3 g
- Cholesterol 416.3 mg
- Sodium 589.5 mg
- Total Carbohydrate 3.3 g
- Dietary Fiber 0.1 g
- Sugars 1.3 g
- Protein 15.8 g
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