Recipe by SCARYBERRY
"My sister-in-law used to make this for breakfast, it has taste and zing, not bland like your regular scrambled eggs, and easy to prepare too. Suitable for those who likes a bit of spice in their breakfast! Serve with toast and baked beans."
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tomato-based chili sauce
Meh - I didn't care much for the chili sauce taste. I think I would have preferred salsa or hot sauce instead. It needed to be more chile pepper and less tomatoey. Mayo made it creamy. I think this would be better wrapped in a flour tortilla.
Husband liked this more than I did - I personally don't think you can beat good old-fashioned plain scrambled egg on toast - and said he would like it every now and again. Thanks!
I really dislike giving bad reviews but nobody here liked these. The boys took one bite each and then refused to eat anymore. I ate a little because I DID like the creamy texture but the taste was like an egg-ketchup thing and I don't like ketchup anywhere near my eggs. People who like ketchup on their eggs will probably like these though; and, like I said, the creamy texture is appealing. Thanks anyway Scaryberry.
Wow this is soooo good. I did not have chili sauce so I used ketchup and mayo. I love this mixture in the eggs.Thank you for the great idea.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Savory Scrambled Eggs
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 188
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