Scrambled egg muffin

Scrambled egg muffin

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Cooking time

Ready in 10 minutes

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 1

Healthy scrambled eggs don't have to be bland, try this simple vegetarian recipe - ideal for Boxing Day

Nutrition and extra info

Additional info

  • Vegetarian
Nutrition info

Nutrition

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saturates
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salt
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Ingredients

  • 2 eggs
  • few sundried tomatoes
  • fresh basil, torn
  • English muffins

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Method

Scramble eggs without butter or cream, stir in chopped sundried tomato and torn fresh basil, and pile on toasted English muffin halves.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, January 2003

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rosievimes's picture

This is a lovely recipe. The sundried tomato really compliments the scrambled egg. It's our 'go to' lazy Sunday morning breakfast.

genny-skinner's picture

I used bell pepper and spring onion instead of tomato, first time i havent needed ketchup with my scrambled eggs!

tomlin121's picture
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This is a really nice alternative to normal scrambled eggs however, I used salad tomatoes instead and it was still a great breakfast!

sunriser38's picture

This made a delicious Saturday brunch. I soaked the chopped sundried tomatoes in boiled water for fifteen minutes, rinsed them in cold then added them to the eggs with ground black pepper before cooking in the microwave (no salt needed). I served them on a wholemeal toasted roll spread only with a little pesto. Gorgeous and a nice healthy change from our usual cooked brekkie.

rzkhan85's picture
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@try these, a VEGETARIAN diet is the exclusion of meat, whereas a VEGAN diet includes the exclusion of eggs and dairy products. So this recipe can be called vegetarian but not vegan.. The eggs were really good, although added some butter

katepriestley's picture

I used one piece of toasted brown bread for this which was just as tasty and satisfying. It was quick to make, delicious and filled me up that I didn't get the usual cravings I have to fight before lunch!

sebbie3000's picture

How can a recipe with egg be vegetarian?

binty12's picture
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Lovely with smoked salmon too.

lulujersey's picture
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Made the eggs with a little skimmed milk and S&P as always and added in some well done bacon chopped up with the fat cut off before grilling. Served with grilled mushrooms. Yum :) Way better than boring bacon and eggs on toast.

jessss's picture
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DE-LISCI-OUS!!! Must admit also did my eggs in the microwave with a little milk:) and didn't have any basil so used some cut chives, it was lush! A bonus that it's low fat!!

lillie2009's picture
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Made this for breakfast, tasty & surprisingly filling.

xemsaltx's picture

just made this and its gorgeous! fab, easy way to start the day!

grandmagrandad's picture

what a great idea will use this for a breakfast when family are eating bacon and eggs.

gillwilson's picture
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I put Pesto on the toast - it was lovely :)

emmamoss77's picture
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Couldn't be bothered to soak some sundried tomatoes, so used some cherry tomatoes instead, which made it a lovely summer breakfast.

yasminsidat's picture

i decided to make it for breakfast but instead of using muffins i used toast. it was nice!

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