Seasoned Scrambled Eggs

"A recipe from Taste of Home that I made yesterday for breakfast. I loved it."
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  • In a bowl, whisk together the egg whites and eggs.
  • Stir in the salad dressing, mustard, parsley and garlic powder.
  • In a non-stick skillet, cook egg mixture in oil over medium heat for 2 minutes or until eggs are almost set.
  • Stir in cheese.
  • Cook for 1 minute longer or until eggs are set and cheese is melted.
  • Serve immediately.

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  1. Bergy
    I used 2 whole eggs (cut the recipe back for one serving) & fresh herbs served with Garlic Ricotta stuffed mushrooms. Lovely Sunday Brunch
  2. Mandy
    Made for a lovely brekky with some wholegrain toast..I used an Australian mustard and the last of my ranch dressing mixed with a little cream to make up the full amount. These were very tasty and much enjoyed. thanks for posting!
  3. I'mPat
    I made this as one serve for the DM as a light dinner (as she wasn't feeling the best, using 2 small eggs and 1 large egg white) and served with some wholemeal/wholegrain toast and rindless very little fat bacon (roasted in the oven). I didn't add the parsley as I knew there could be a possibility she wouldn't eat it in her present state. When cooking I used a spray of canola oil and also in the mix used dijon and jarlsberg cheese as that it what I had but at the end of the day the DM gobbled up the lot and thoroughly enjoyed, thank you Boomette, made for Potluck Tag.
  4. Greeny4444
    These eggs ROCK!! They taste like something you would get at a 5-star restaurant. I made this after I got home from the gym, for dinner, and I halved the recipe, since it was just for me. I used one whole egg and two egg whites. Also, I also only had dried parsley flakes, and since a half recipe would yield almost nothing using dried, I just put a few shakes in there. At first, I thought spicy brown mustard sounded weird and gross in eggs, but I am willing to try almost anything once, and I could smell it with the Ranch while it was cooking, and it actually blended in REALLY well (in my opinion). I used Pam too. I would TOTALLY make these again! Tagged for Everyday is a Holiday.
  5. HokiesMom
    My husband enjoyed this for his breakfast. He thought the ranch was a little overpowering so I would reduce that next time. All the other flavors he enjoyed. Tagged for Potluck Tag.


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