I remember attending a home economics class when I was about 11 years old. The first thing we learned to cook on the stovetop was eggs. So, when the time came to teach my kids how to work with the stovetop, I knew that eggs would be on the top of the list. Once a child knows how to crack an egg and cook it they can make so many different dishes. We stumbled across this combination of flavours a while ago and love making cheesy chive scrambled eggs any day of the week.
Cheesy Chive Scrambled Eggs
3 large eggs
1/4 cup milk
1/2 cup shredded mozzarella
2 tsp finely chopped chives
salt and pepper to taste
1 tbsp butter
Crack 3 eggs into a medium sized bowl.
Pour egg mixture into the pan. Use a heat-proof rubber spatula to constantly stir and fold the eggs until they are loose, but cooked through. Everyone likes their eggs cooked to a different point. We prefer our eggs quite loose and without any browning. It’s up to you. When children are working on the stovetop, make certain they aren’t wearing any loose clothing that could catch fire on the flame or hot burner.
These scrambled eggs would make a lovely addition to Mother’s Day or Father’s brunch. Our recipe serves two, but could be easily doubled to serve 4. The first time my daughter made these for me was on my birthday last year. What a lovely way to wake up – freshly scrambled eggs with chives from my garden – served with a lovely look of pride on my daughter’s face. Perfect!
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