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    Default Tasty Scrambled Eggs

    Nothing unique but a tasty recipe that is quick.

    At the beginning of every week, I chop up 1 each green, red, and yellow pepper; onion; jalepeno pepper; cucumber; and cilantro (a bunch). I don't measure which is why I am sharing this.

    Tasty Scrambled Eggs

    1 handful each:
    • Red pepper
    • Yellow Pepper
    • Green Pepper
    • Jalepeno Pepper
    • Onion
    • Cucumber

    2 pinches of cilantro
    2 medium eggs
    1 handful Feta cheese
    Garlic Grape Seed Oil to coat the bottom of pan

    Throw peppers and onion in pan after coating the bottom of the pan with Garlic grape seed oil. Heat pan on 8 of a 10 number stove notch. Scramble eggs and pour into the pan. Mix the eggs until lightly brown. Pour on plate, sprinkle on Cilantro and Feta cheese. Add Cucumbers. Fluff with fork.

    ENJOY! It sings in your mouth it is so good!

    ~Shell

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    Umm! Scrambled eggs! Yummy!

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    This sounds like a great wake up dish. Thanks.

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    The combination sounds wonderful! Glad to meet someone else who eyeballs the amounts, such a fun way to cook but such a hard way to duplicate a recipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilbe95 View Post
    The combination sounds wonderful! Glad to meet someone else who eyeballs the amounts, such a fun way to cook but such a hard way to duplicate a recipe
    Tell me about it! I have the hardest time posting some of my recipes because I just "throw" in a "dash" or this and a "smidge" of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilbe95 View Post
    The combination sounds wonderful! Glad to meet someone else who eyeballs the amounts, such a fun way to cook but such a hard way to duplicate a recipe
    Yeah, I am having a really hard time sharing recipes because I am not sure how much things are. I have been trying to be better about it, as I am tracking what I eat on another site and have to note them...however, I tend to guess 1 cup for everything! LOL Oh well, if you love veggies you will love my recipes then! Hope you enjoy this one. I have never enjoyed eggs so much!

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    This sounds wonderful for any time of day.

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