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Italian Eggs

Italian Eggs created by internetnut

This is from an old book my Dad gave me years ago, called "At Home With Marjorie Bligh".

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  • Melt butter in frypan, cook onions until soft, then add tomatoes and cheese.
  • Stir until well heated.
  • Add beaten egg yolks and seasoning.
  • Cook this mixture until it becomes creamy, stirring all the time.
  • Serve on buttered toast, and sprinkle parsley on top.
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"This is from an old book my Dad gave me years ago, called "At Home With Marjorie Bligh"."
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  1. UmmBinat
    This is pretty good. DD (toddler) liked it a lot. I suggest being careful adding salt as most cheese has a lot already. I used sea salt and think this recipe would be better without any additional salt at all. I did alter the proportions of ingredients slightly. Using less canned tomato which I chopped up and an additional large egg yolk. I used salt free butter, regular cooking onion, cheddar cheese and freshly ground pepper. We ate this over buttered rice cakes to be gluten/yeast free. I have heard the best scrambled eggs are to not be pushed around to much in the pan (or they supposedly get tough) so I folded them every so often rather than stirred the whole time. I then took them off slightly undercooked as the heat will do the rest especially my using a cast iron frying pan. I did not garnish with parsley as I forgot since it was not in the ingredients list. I will send in a correction. Made for ZWT7 Italy, for my team, Food.Commandos.
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  2. internetnut
    Italian Eggs Created by internetnut
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  3. internetnut
    I gave this recipe 3 stars. I loved these eggs. My future hubby liked the eggs and my 6 yr old newphew and 8 yr old niece didn't like them. When I made these eggs I doubled the butter, I used 1 very small onion and I used tomatoes leftover from Recipe #1242 . I also used 6 egg yolks I have leftover. Overall these were so good. I will make these again for sure! Christine (internetnut)
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  4. Sara 76
    This is from an old book my Dad gave me years ago, called "At Home With Marjorie Bligh".
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