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I've always eaten scrambled eggs for breakfast. But some people (let me pause for a minute so I can look around the room) like their eggs cooked other ways.
Let's just say, I was very excited at the beginning of my married life when I was making my first breakfast, and my hopes were very quickly dashed, when I was told, "I like my eggs cooked over easy." And I had to say, "Huh? What is that?" Too funny! Live and learn, I guess!
Anyway, this week I'm sharing what I like to call the Over easy Egg Scramble. It's like sort of like a traditional breakfast scramble except it's got some carbs added in, and of course the eggs are not scrambled, they're cooked over easy, or as we always said in my house growing up, "fried."
Hope you enjoy!
Recipe for Over Easy "Scramble"
Ingredients:3 eggs, cooked over easy2 servings grits, (according to package directions, I mix 6 tablespoons quick grits with 2 cups water and cook 5-7 minutes)*3-4 pieces of bacon (use other meat if you prefer)salt and pepper, to taste
Directions: Cook grits and bacon first, followed by the eggs.
Place the cooked eggs on plate or bowl. Break the egg yokes. Pour grits over eggs and stir. Crumble and top with bacon. Season with salt and pepper.
*If you don't like grits, you could also try oatmeal or cream of wheat. Personally I don't eat this myself. I just make it for others who love it. I'm more of a Sugar-On-Grits Girl! But I think that oatmeal or cream of wheat would be very comparable with this.
Labels: casseroles and quick meals, Recipe of the Week