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This was awesome! I skipped the green onions and the parmesan (didn't have any), and added 3 teaspoons of coconut creamer to add creaminess. Microwave time, for us, was 3 1-minute intervals at 70% power, stopping to stir between each round.
I was running late this morning but was still able to make this in minutes so we had a hot breakfast before heading out the door. I didn't add the onions as my son is not a fan and I forgot the parsley. This cooked up nicely and we both enjoyed them.
Loved the quickness and easiness of this recipe! Wonderful for a weekday morning breakfast! I'd definitely cut down on the chopped green onion. It was a little over whelming for the rest of the taste in the recipe. Made for I Recommend. Thanks for sharing!
This is a quick, easy way to cook eggs, very nice when you're in a hurry. Microwaves tend to cook unevenly, so it's very important to stir halfway through cooking. Thanks for posting!
The DM and I certainly enjoyed this this morning for breakfast. I have a 900 watt oven and cooked as per recipe but at the finish of the 2 1/2 minutes there was still a lot of liquid so gave it a 30 second zap at full power and if doing again would only make it 15 to 20 seconds. My microwave jug was a 4 cup capacity, so don't know if the wider base would have made a difference as well to the outcome. Loved the taste of the parmesan in the egg. Thank you ElaineAnn, made for I Recommend and recommended by HokiesLady.
Congrats on your win in Football Pool Week 3 (2010)! I made these for my grandson for lunch and of course I had the 2nd serving! The addition of the Parmesan cheese was a nice change as I normally add cheddar to eggs. It was so quick and easy to make in the microwave. Surprised that this did not need salt too - what a pleasant surprise too! Thanks Elaine.
Great way to make scrambled eggs. I had never made eggs in the microwave before and halved the recipe for one serving. I didn't change the cooking time and they cooked a little too much, so I will cut the time back for one serving again. Thanks ElaineAnn for a nice new treat. Congrats again on your Week 3 Football Win!
These were quite tasty, and a new technique for me as I have never before tried to cook scrambled eggs in a microwave oven. Like others, I discovered there is plenty of taste packed into these eggs even without salt. But for me, the great thing is that they're so quick (the toast took longer!) This recipe will definitely come in handy for those hectic weekday mornings when I don't have a lot of time to prepare a good breakfast before the kids have to rush off to the school bus. Thanks for sharing your recipe, ElaineAnn.
Talk about tasty scrambled eggs!!! I made 1/2 of the recipe for breakfast and normally I add sea salt to any type of egg but decided to try it first before salting and it required no added salt. I also loved that there was no pan to clean. With my microwave, mine really didn't that long of a cooking time, so next time I will decrease the amount of time. Thanks for sharing the recipe and congrats on your win in the football pool.
I had this when I came in from work quite late and was very hungry. It was so quick to put together I had it printed out already for PAC so it was right at hand. I must say it was very good with buttered toast, I wasn't sure about the parsley but it turned out very good indeed and I will make it again much better than plain old scramble, So quick it was on the plate in a flash. Made for fall PAC 09