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This is just so simple and versatile. You can put anything in it you like. Make more to go with it or not. DH and I like it just this way because it can be filling depending on what you put in it. Seasonings are to your taste. I change them all the time depending on what I add to these. The more servings you need, you can add extra of any of the ingredients. This is also a budget stretcher. Cooking time does not include adding more than ingredients listed. If you use meat, be sure to precook it first and drain.
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- 1Cooking the starter:.
- 2Heat skillet with olive oil till hot.
- 3Add tater tots and onion.
- 4As tater tots and onion cook, break tots up with turner until they resemble hash browns.
- 5When they are hot and onion is done, remove to bowl and keep warm.
- 6Mix eggs with milk or water and pour into the hot skillet. Cook on medium heat.
- 7Cook eggs scraping the bottom of pan as they cook to scramble them.
- 8When eggs are just about done, add your tater tot mixture and mix with eggs.
- 9Let eggs finish cooking. Shut off burner and mix cheese lightly into eggs.
- 10I use cheddar cheese.
- 11Adding other ingredients:.
- 12While tater tots and onions are cooking add any other ingredients you like.
- 13Add them in the order going from the ones that take the longest to cook to the shortest amount of time to cook.
- 14Cut small items into small bite size pieces.
- 15Left overs work great for this.
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Nutritional Facts for Breakfast Starter
Serving Size: 1 (112 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
- Amount Per Serving
- % Daily Value
- Calories 234.9
- Calories from Fat 178
- Total Fat 19.8 g
- Saturated Fat 5.1 g
- Cholesterol 323.9 mg
- Sodium 181.0 mg
- Total Carbohydrate 2.3 g
- Dietary Fiber 0.0 g
- Sugars 0.7 g
- Protein 11.3 g
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