Almost Green Scrambled eggs with Spinach

"Breakfast for one or double it. Tastes great with leftover ham. The green of the spinach is a nice contrast. Stir fry some red peppers and mushrooms to have on the side. Wholewheat toast Mmmm."
 
Almost Green Scrambled eggs with Spinach created by Ms B.
Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
1
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directions

  • Gradually mix the milk into the flour, whisk until smooth.
  • add sour cream (cottage cheese), eggs, thyme, salt& pepper.
  • Whisk until very well blended.
  • Stir in the cheese and spinach.
  • Heat skillet, spray with oil.
  • Over medium heat pour in the egg mixture, allow to firm on the bottom, with a spatula disturb the eggs and flip so you continually get the uncooked egg on the bottom.
  • Do not over cook the eggs.

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  1. Mollboll
    I used large curd cottage cheese and pepper jack cheese, because this is all I have in the house. I don't even like cottage cheese or pepper jack cheese... this was absolutely fantastic. Thank you!
     
  2. ratherbeswimmin
    I agree with ms bold--this may be a preference thing. I found the texture of these eggs very strange, almost gummy. I did like the use of spinach and thyme, so will make scrambled eggs the way I usually do with those additions. Different strokes :-)
     
  3. baby e
    I loved this recipe!!! I served it for brunch this morning with coffee cake and homemade sausage. Fantastic! Instead of cheddar, I used fontina, and I added a couple of chopped green onions with the spinach. I also used cottage cheese, but I didn't puree it. It still turned out fine. The cottage cheese just blended right in. Thanks for the great recipe. I will make it again.
     
  4. baby e
    I loved this recipe!!! I served it for brunch this morning with coffee cake and homemade sausage. Fantastic! Instead of cheddar, I used fontina, and I added a couple of chopped green onions with the spinach. I also used cottage cheese, but I didn't puree it. It still turned out fine. The cottage cheese just blended right in. Thanks for the great recipe. I will make it again.
     
  5. AuntWoofieWoof
    These were good!! Nice and fluffy. They didn't have the consistency of scrambled eggs, which I liked. Very flavorful. I have been looking for different ways to make eggs for breakfast. This fit the bill. It was easy to make I will be making this again. Thanks Bergy for sharing your recipe. Made for PAC Fall '08.
     

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