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This was really really good!!! I fried some onions and added it to the batter- we loved it! I will definitely make this again.

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Hannahbirdie January 10, 2011

These eggs are really good if you add something to it. My kids will only eat them if I add cheese. I usually add some pieces of bacon as well. These do not stick to the pan like regular scrambled eggs would and the clean up is a breeze.

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5hungrykids November 05, 2010

These are the scrambled eggs of my childhood. I have never had the recipe but now I do. I love these eggs. My Mother would add bits of bacon. So good. Thanks.

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somerlyn August 16, 2009

These were absolutely delicious! I wanted something with eggs for breakfast, but plain eggs can get boring and pancakes are too "bready." These eggs were the perfect combination. I think I've found my new morning fix! Thanks for the recipe!

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jinny.michelle March 23, 2009

Really enjoyed these, added bacon and cheese. Even my non-egg loving ds really enjoyed them. Thanks for sharing...........And as others have said clean up is a breeze!

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flying_kiwi May 24, 2014

I usually dislike eggs but these were amazing!!! I added layers of mozzarella cheese + pepper and more salt- They are very delicious (:

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chefsabribri April 22, 2014

I scaled back for 1 serve and though the eggs had good texture when cooked all I seemed to be tasting was raw flour. Thank you ~Leslie~ made for Name that Ingredient tag game.

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I'mPat November 04, 2013

So good. Gonna make it this way from now on. More filling than other scrambled eggs. Really enjoyed the nearly clean pan when I finished making these.

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Kimberlyan September 19, 2012

I went for a German themed breakfast today and served with Nuremberg Bratwurst. To the flour I added some garlic and onion powder, with a 1/3 tsp. of Hungarian paprika (I enjoy a bit of heat). The eggs set so well in the pan that I am going to use this as a base for omelettes from now on- once the bottom cooks and you cut, you can add your stuffing ingredients to the inside before you turn. The creamy/moist texture also goes really well with gouda or muenster cheeses too- I topped it off with some muenster and sauteed mushrooms. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Rätsel Feinschmecker July 31, 2011

My Mom called these stirred eggs. Have made this recipe twice now(triple recipe), once with country gravy and once with 1/4 cup each diced bacon, onion, green bell pepper and 1 potatoe peeled and shredded. Both times this turned out great and my family loved them. Thank You for the recipe from my childhood. This is a Keeper.

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MomLuvs6 July 05, 2011
Ruhrei.... Mennonite Scrambled Eggs