Prep Breakfast Egg Mixtures the Night Before

scrambled eggs mix

Who doesn’t need to save extra time in the morning for Suhoor or breakfast on any regular day? Precious minutes add up quickly, so one of the easiest things you can do is prepare scrambled eggs the night before.

To a bowl, add the amount of eggs desired plus any other ingredients. I like to add salt and pepper,  fresh or dried herbs, chopped tomatoes and any other vegetables on hand. Whisk together well and cover with plastic or any top that fits the bowl. Refrigerate until morning. When you’re ready, fire up the saute pan with oil or butter to make an omelette or scrambled eggs. At this point, all you need is a minute or two to get that started and use the time while it’s cooking to prepare other things.

Washing and chopping herbs and vegetables takes time, so why not save it by doing all that the night before? Your morning may just start off better as a result.

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  1. I have recently bought halal scrambled egg powder but find it difficult to get the correct constituency in my mix
    What does heaped teaspoon mean? Is a small heap, a medium heap, or a large heap?
    It like specifying some water in a pail
    Why not level dessert spoon or level table spoon? much more accurate
    Is the mix to be left untouched while cooking in microwave or is it stirred occasionally
    Your instructions on package are very vague
    Please advise
    Bill Pollock

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