Scrambled eggs are a breakfast staple due to their convenience and nutritional value. However, you can only eat this dish so many times before it starts to get boring. The great thing about cooking eggs is that it’s easy to mix in extra ingredients to add a pop of flavor to the meal. Here are 12 of the best ways to spice up scrambled eggs.
It never hurts to add a little extra greenery to your plate. Sprinkle some chives or cilantro on top of your eggs to make your meal more colorful and flavorful.
Everything tastes better with cheese. This ingredient pairs beautifully with fresh-cooked eggs. No need to splurge on fancy cheese; just use the cheapest option to blend with your eggs! Alternatively, you can get a little adventurous and try out goat cheese or cottage cheese with your eggs.
Steak, sausage, bacon, ham, the possibilities are endless! Whether you make meat the centerpiece of your egg dish or simply sprinkle it on top, this ingredient can add a lot to your experience and make it even more hearty.
Smoked salmon pairs excellently with scrambled eggs in the morning. You may not be accustomed to eating fish with breakfast, but once you taste this combination, you’ll never go back.
Salt and pepper are the traditional seasonings used to adorn eggs, but a few drops of fish sauce can taste surprisingly good with this breakfast meal.
A staple in Korean dishes made from fermented cabbage, kimchi can really add flavor to any savory meal. Add some to your scrambled eggs to get an extra kick of flavor.
Who said scrambled eggs can only be enjoyed on a plate? Get creative and use cupcake pans to make egg muffins! Add uncooked biscuits, meat, and cheese for an explosion of flavor.
Eggs and toast are two common elements of a hearty breakfast. So why not put them together? Lay your scrambled eggs gently across a piece of sourdough toast, top with seasoning, and drizzle some hot sauce to finish it off.
Making scrambled eggs by themselves can be a viable cooking method. However, mixing milk or cream into your egg mixture before cooking can help fluff the dish up for added texture.
Onions, bell peppers, asparagus, mushrooms, and other healthy vegetables taste great scrambled with some eggs. Cook the veggies first before adding the eggs if you want them a little crispier.
Chances are, you have a good collection of condiments in your fridge and pantry. Try out some of your favorites with scrambled eggs to experience new flavor combos! Popular options include pesto, chili oil, avocado, and salsa.
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