These scrambled eggs are a yummy way to get protein into breakfast.


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 250 grams Button mushrooms, cleaned and sliced
  • 1 Tbsp Oil
  • 1 Tbsp Chives, sliced
  • 4 Eggs,
  • 2 Tbsp Milk or cream
  • A pinch Salt and cracked pepper to flavour

Method

  1. Place the oil and mushrooms in a frypan over medium heat, stirring occasionally. Continue to cook until tender and most of the moisture has been absorbed.
  2. Add the chives and stir through.
  3. In a separate bowl whisk the eggs, salt, pepper and milk. Pour over the mushrooms. Cook stirring every few seconds until the eggs are cooked to your liking.


  • Sounds yum, I couldn’t get anyone else in my house to eat it though.

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  • Mushroom and eggs is the bomb thanks

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  • Sounds wonderful – and yours looks great – mine turned out too black from the mushrooms though it tasted great.

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  • Yummmmmm
    looks so good what a good idea to put mushrooms in :)

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  • MMMMM… adding a touch of goat’s cheese or feta would make this heavenly!

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  • YUUUM! I love eggs and I love mushrooms, perfect combo!

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  • Two of my favourite foods, scrambled eggs and mushrooms. Thanks for the recipe

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  • I will have to try this, sounds beautiful!

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  • Yum, and thanks for this recipe. I absolutely love mushrooms and do try to add them as often as possible with any egg recipes I make. Love to add baby spinach too!

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  • Mmm, I love mushroom scrambled eggs ! I add a bit of onion, garlic and spinach and sometimes a bit of blue cheese and can eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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  • I don’t like mushies myself but hubby loves them! I might pass this recipe on to him!

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  • What a pity my daughter doesn’t like mushrooms much, so it’s not an option for dinner. Unless she’s away. ;-)

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  • I love mushroom scrambled eggs yet haven’t had for a long time. That’s tea tonight thank you for the quick decision as I have been sitting here thinking what to cook xxxxx

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  • Lovely – I do this with fresh spinach or leeks from my garden – terrific breakfast dishes.

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  • Love this recipe. Very easy and sounds delicious.

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