Yummy Light Scrambled Eggs

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  • Put all ingredients into a large mixing bowl and whip well.
  • Heat frying pan with 1/2 tsp olive oil and 1/2 tsp butter (add the olive oil so that the butter doesn't burn).
  • Add the eggs to the frying pan on a medium to high heat and slowly scrap the bottom of the pan.
  • Cook until the eggs are light in colour and serve with hot sauce or ketchup.

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  1. Love to Cook
    I am always trying to find different ways to add Greek yogurt to things and tonight I made breakfast for dinner, and thought, along with a tablespoon of milk (my regular addition to scrambled eggs), I'm going to add a teaspoon of Greek yogurt. But before, I did, I thought I should look it up so I wouldn't ruin the eggs, and I came across this recipe. I didn't add all of the extras, but my eggs were light, bright and the fluffiest I've ever made. Next time I'll do all of the additions and see how they turn out.
  2. LonghornMama
    Excellent! Made as directed with nonfat Greek yogurt. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
  3. I'mPat
    Scaled this back to 4 eggs for 2 of us and thoroughly enjoyed the piquancy that the yoghurt gave these eggs, served with a slice of wholemeal/wholegrain toast. Thank you By Nye McClelland, made for PARTY game.
  4. 4-H Mom
    I cut the recipe down for 1 person. With adding the yogurt, the eggs seem to be fluffier. The dill gave the eggs a great flavor. What a great recipe to spruce up scrambled eggs. Thanks so much! I will be making again.
  5. ChefLee
    These have a good flavor with the dill. I only had two eggs so I added a little bit more yogurt to make the eggs go further. The yogurt gave the eggs great flavor and made them super fluffy! Thanks!!


  1. Bergy
    I usually use Cottage Cheese in my scrambled eggs but tried your version useing Yogurt with excellent results. I used chives instead of diil Thanks Nye for a lovely Sunday Brunch - I served the eggs with a Kippered Herring


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