16 Reviews

What a great sandwich Debbwl, I loved it. I used 2 large eggs instead of the egg substitute. I also halved the recipe and enjoyed it for my lunch today. A nice big thick sandwich, with perfectly scrambled eggs and very tasty fried sweet onions and red peppers. It had so much flavor. The sweet onions and red peppers really elevated this simple sandwich. Made exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. Thanks for sharing this recipe, which I will make again.

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Baby Kato June 12, 2013

Soooo good! I used muenster cheese, it was delicious! Thanks for the easy recipe!

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907552 May 16, 2013

This is supper yummy and edam cheese is perfect for this recipe specially with onions. idk why but eggs oinion and edam works together deliciously. Thanx for this recipe :)

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Newbie.Cook July 25, 2013

Our variation: Peppers and eggs is a traditional Italian sandwich my father used to make but without the cheese and we usually use cubanelle peppers. We also sometimes added sauteed mushrooms to the peppers and onions and served this on Italian bread. I like mine with mayo. Both ways, yours or mine, are delicious!

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Bhujia July 23, 2013

These types of sanwiches are commonly found in the Northeast, but rarely with cheese. I made it with Edam on Ciabatta bread with olives. It was really outstanding and BF and I really enjoyed it for an easy weeknight dinner. I used half real eggs and half eggbeaters, used less oil and less cheese (about 1 - 1 1/2 ounces) to save calories. Thank you!

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Kumquat the Cat's friend June 05, 2012

This was very good! I halved the recipe and made one sandwich, and it was huge! This breakfast will definitely keep you full all morning! I really enjoyed the Edam cheese. I was very tempted to add some bacon, but this sandwich really doesn't need it. Delicious as is!

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breezermom February 09, 2012

Great sandwich that is warming and filling without breaking the calorie bank. I used a whole egg and 1/4 cup of egg white. No Edam in the house so I used what I had: fat free cheddar. It was most enjoyable and there is a *lot* of the egg filling!. You won't be hungry after having this sannie. :D

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Annacia November 28, 2011

This is great! Loved the bell pepper on this! Thanks for sharing.

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Lainey6605 October 14, 2011

The DM and I really enjoyed this for breakfast I used 1/2 large red capsicum/bell pepper which I diced and a medium brown onion thinly sliced and 4 eggs and could not get it all between the two sandwiches so had some filling on the side and I used a sharp aged cheddar for my choice of cheese. When making again I think I will make it as an open sandwich as I found 2 slices of wholemeal/wholegrain took my blood sugar levels up a little on the high side. Thank you Debbwl, made for Everyday A Holiday.

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I'mPat July 10, 2011

Made these as a breakfast sandwich the other morning & a big hit, they were, too! I did use thick slices of whole grain bread, toasted, & seasoned the eggs with lemon pepper instead of the usual S&P! Very nice change of pace for us, & a nice keeper recipe, too! Thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

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Sydney Mike May 09, 2011
Scrambled Egg Sandwiches (With Onions and Red Peppers)