I am back in the kitchen once again. Time to lay off the restaurants and focus on cooking up delicious, simple, and healthy meals. My parents are here for a couple more days. They have been Saints helping me set up my apartment. Yesterday, we went shopping for furniture and didn’t have much luck. I did get my bed and mattresses, but no couch. That is the mission today after the guy comes to set up my cable and internet. Moving in is great, but so stressful with so much to do all at once.
Before we set out on our shopping adventure, I made breakfast for the family.
You will need: red bell peppers, green bell peppers, red onion, white onion, squash, six eggs, olive oil, and Mexican cheese blend.
I have to post my kabob recipe, but I will soon. I had some leftover vegetables from the kabobs and decided to put them into an egg scramble. All together, it was about five cups of chopped vegetables.
I sautéed them with garlic olive oil spritzer. When I make eggs for more than one person, I usually crack two eggs per person. That usually makes enough.
After the vegetables were sautéed, I greased a frying pan and poured 3/4 cup of the egg into it. I’m an impatient person and cook my eggs on a higher heat. I know you’re not supposed to, but I’m a rule breaker.
I covered the egg until the sides started to cook on top.
I poured 2 cups of the vegetables into the egg pan.
I added 1/4 cup of Mexican cheese on top.
And completely failed the omelet flip and decided to make it a scramble. I’m sure it’s the food God punishing me for cooking my eggs on high.
So, I decided to make the rest of them scrambles.
I made papa bear, momma bear, and baby bear a plate of their own 🙂 I don’t have a toaster yet, so I put the bread in the oven to toast. It actually worked pretty well. It’s a waste of energy though, so I’ll need to invest in the new toaster.
What is your favorite way to cook eggs?