4 Reviews

This was an extremely quick and fun way to cook a scrambled egg. I had to microwave the egg longer to get the desired consistency. Next time, I will toast the muffin and assemble everything separately - as the finished sandwich was slightly too soggy out of the microwave.

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Creampuffdiablo January 24, 2008

I did this a little different. I made this in part of OAMC so I prepared 6 of these. I cooked the eggs in the skillet instead, and used peach preserves since I needed peach for another Zaar recipe. A twist on the basic EggMcMuffins-Scrambled instead of fried and of course the preserves made this a wonderful addition.

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lets.eat July 30, 2007

My husband liked the sweetness the apricot preaserves added to the sandwich. Very quick and easy. Thanks Chef#228980 Bullwinkle

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bullwinkle April 24, 2006

Such a simple prep for a hearty morning sandwich. I used orange marmalade and loved the way the sweetness married with the saltiness of the cheese and ham. I also used a whole wheat English muffin and toasted it prior to putting the sandwich together. I did have to adjust the cooking times slightly due to variances with my microwave.

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Ms B. September 04, 2005
Sun-Up Sandwich