I made this as posted, but added a few crushed red pepper flakes for extra spice. I enjoyed this very much. I cut the peppers, onions, and minced the garlic the night before, so I cut my morning cooking time before heading to work. I thought this was delicious! Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT7 Central South America 2011.
Very nice and easy breakfast. DW really enjoyed these eggs. I used half of a red bell pepper and two small jalapenos. Will do again. Made for C/S America in ZWT7, Saucy Silverodes.
Lovely, light egg recipe that we enjoyed over Homemade Flour Tortillas and with a slice of swiss cheese. Quick and easy to prepare with fresh ingrediants that blended well. Think next time I might even add some jalapena or crushed red peppers for a little kick for personal taste. Made for Central/South America part of ZWT 2011
Easy and tasty. Thanks for sharing.
Great lunch (or breakfast)! I added some hot sauce and served in flour tortillas. Added a little shredded cheddar cheese. made for Football 2014
Made this for Culinary Quest 2014. It was after I sat down to review the recipe that I realized I had left off the garlic. My bell pepper became a jalapeno that had been seeded. I think this was be awesome served with fresh slice of avocado. Maybe next time. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
i made the recipe with garlic(diners) eggs and without garlic (baby katos)and i prefer the ,with garlic by a smidge ,which is this recipe mr picky liked them both. if you like denver omelets you will like this recipe cakepops on parade south american leg
Terrific! I used a mild jalapeno for the bell pepper, otherwise made as directed. The peppers, onions, and tomatoes really elevate the eggs into a tasty and hearty breakfast - thanks for sharing the recipe!
Really flavorful and yummy eggs. A keeper
Lovely scrambled egg recipe diner. I really enjoyed all the flavors in this dish. The sweet onions, peppers,tomatoes and garlic were a lovely combination. The creamy eggs were quick and very easy to make, thank you for sharing. Made for ZWT7 (Witchin Kitchen)s