a new fresh way to make scrambled eggs interesting
bring a pan to heat with some butter in it.
Mix the eggs and milk in a bowl( i prefer to use a fork).
Squeeze a couple of lemon juice squirts in the mix &
Add salt and pepper.
Once the pan is hot and butter melted pour the mix in.
Keep eggs moving with a spatula to stop sticking. Strain the tuna from the springwater. Use about Half of the can of Tuna for this recipe
once the scrambled eggs are cooked add the tuna. (the reason its going in after there cooked is because the mix will wreck the tuna and tune will wreck the mix). Stir in the pan until the tuna is around evenly mixed through the eggs.
Plate up on some toast and add another squeeze of Lemon Juice around the top. Season with Salt and Pepper to taste
This is just a recipe i did in the kitchen one morning when i was pondering between scrambled eggs and lemon pepper tuna for breakfast, So i thought Hell, why not have both in one?
It may sound like a wierd recipe but i think its pretty good. give it a try yourself and let us know what you think
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