• Tom's Creamy Scrambled Eggs

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    Tom's Creamy Scrambled Eggs
    Prep: 5 min Cook: 6 min Servings: 3
    by Salad Foodie
    406 recipes
    This recipe is so simple I was reluctant to post it. But I had never tasted eggs cooked this way before Tom served some to me, and I was hooked. The secrets are to scramble the eggs "soft" so they are very moist, and add the cream cheese right at the end so there are visible streaks throughout. So simple - so divine!


    • 2 teaspoons olive oil
    • 2 pats butter
    • 6 eggs, beaten
    • 1.5 ounces cream cheese, cut into marble-size chunks


    1. Heat oil and butter in frypan over medium heat, adding additional oil/butter if needed to scramble eggs.
    2. Add beaten eggs and cook, lifting and stirring cooked portion, allowing uncooked egg to flow underneath. Do not allow eggs to set. Cook just until they begin to firm but have much moisture left. Trust me on this, don't cook them all the way through!
    3. Plop in the cream cheese chunks throughout egg mixture and fold in lightly, cooking just a bit more until cream cheese is warmed and begins to melt a little. (Double-click on photos above to enlarge and view the doneness.)
    4. Remove from heat and serve immediately.
    5. Salt and pepper if desired.

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    • Salad Foodie
      Salad Foodie
      Thanks for the tips Mike - I will try them out.
      • Redneck Mike
        Redneck Mike
        I make mine almost same, add pinch of sugar..And always beat eggs, pour them in before adding salt or sugar keeps them air rated..

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