02 May 2014

Creamy Scrambled Eggs 奶油炒蛋

Good Morning Friday! I'm not the early rising type of person, usually my son will only have a simple breakfast before he goes to school, however, how to make a healthy, simple and relaxing breakfast so everyone can start the day with hearty breakfast is so important in our life. 

Today make an easy creamy scrambled eggs for my son, I don't have pouring cream in my fridge so I substituted it with milk. The Vollkornbrot bread smell so good after toasted, you can add a piece of cheese to go together with the creamy scrambled eggs! 

I'm linking this post to Little Thumbs Up (May 2014: Milk) hosted by Tze of Awayofmind Bakery House (Me ^.^) 


Recipe adapted from The Australian Women's Weekly: The Country Collection cookbook with changes 
(Make one serving)

2 eggs
40ml milk
20g butter 
2 slices Vollkornbrot, toasted (a type of rye bread from Germany)
1 tsp dried parsley
a pinch of salt
a pinch of black peppers

1. Place eggs, milk and dried parsley in the medium bowl, beat lightly with a fork.
2. Melt butter in large frying pan over medium heat. Add egg mixture, wait for a few second, then use a spatula to gently scrape the set egg mixture along the base of the pan. Cook until creamy and barely set.
3. Serve toast topped with scrambled egg, sprinkle with salt and peppers. 

I'm submitting this post to Little Thumbs up (May 2014: Milk) organised by Bake For Happy Kids, and My Little Favourite DIY, hosted by Tze of Awayofmind Bakery House.


  1. Hi Tze, totally agree ...a hearty breakfast to start the day!

  2. 好喜欢这种快速却营养美味兼顾的一餐,这天跟定特别活力充沛!!

  3. 这个早餐很赞

  4. What a great breakfast to wake up to!

  5. i would love this for breakfast! have taken note of the milk theme, will try to think of something yaa :)

  6. Wow! Simple yet yummy breakfast :)

  7. Hi Tze,

    You still have time and energy to cook breakfast in the morning... I'm always struggling to wake up in the morning :D Gabriel is so lucky to have warm breakkie cooked by you... Scrambled eggs for me? In my dream! LOL!


  8. Tze, do you know who taught me to make scrambled egg for the 1st time? My father-in-law, yeah! He used to run a restaurant in Sydney b4 he retired & he is a good cook in western food. Your scrambled egg look D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!

  9. Hi Tze,
    My boys would be so happy if they are having your breakfast for the morning :D Your scramble eggs looks super YUM.


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