scrambled eggs

NOUN
  1. eggs beaten and cooked to a soft firm consistency while stirring
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  • Instant scrambled eggs, frozen fried eggs, canned eggnog, and many other convenient egg foods are being market tested.
  • It produces eggs that aren't so much scrambled as an emulsion - moist, creamy, smooth, and free of the horrible lumps and runniness that scrambled eggs can produce. Special Scrambled Eggs
  • The child shoveled down grilled harn and scrambled eggs as if she had not eaten for a month. A Place Called Freedom
  • Then you chop them and use them in scrambled eggs. Morelos' Exotic Foods For The Brave At Heart
  • The little bistro offers excellent breakfasts of fluffy scrambled eggs, warm cinnamon rolls, and frothy lattes.
  • She said she was going home to make scrambled eggs. Times, Sunday Times
  • You've been trying to eat less sodium - just a pinch of table salt to your baked potato and a dash to your scrambled eggs.
  • On a platter in the shape of a fish, she brought out kippers, smoked finnan haddie in cream, pan-fried potatoes with onions, scrambled eggs with sun-dried tomatoes and chives, and a basket of fresh-baked blueberry muffins. The Shadow Box
  • I was eating scrambled eggs for breakfast, accustomed to the lukewarm food by now.
  • But they are also healthy - and tasty - boiled and topped with butter and cheese sauce, baked in a vegetarian lasagna or fried with scrambled eggs.
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