Scrambled Eggs with Sundried Tomato and Parmigiano Reggiano

Scrambled Eggs with Sundried Tomato and Parmigiano Reggiano

It had been a while since I had last had scrambled eggs. Scrambled eggs are pretty plain and there were so many other things on my breakfast to try list that I just didn't even really consider them. That was until I came across a post about scrambled eggs with sun-dried tomato and parmesan on Cook Sister that sounded amazingly tasty! With sundried tomatoes, mayonnaise, and parmigiano reggiano these scrambled eggs were dressed up in style and going places. I had everything that I needed, an almost empty jar of sun dried tomatoes and just enough parmigiano reggiano along with the eggs and mayo. This dish was super easy and quick to make and it tasted great! You just can't go wrong with this flavour combination. Scrambled eggs are no longer plain and boring and I am going to have to start thinking of new ways to dress them up with flavour.

Ingredients:
2 eggs
1 splash milk
3 sun-dried tomatoes (chopped)
salt and pepper to taste
butter
1 slice whole wheat bread (toasted)
mayonnaise
parmigiano reggiano to taste
parsley to taste (optional, chopped)

Directions:
1. Mix the eggs, milk, sundried tomatoes, salt and pepper in a bowl.
2. Melt the butter in a pan.
3. Add the eggs and cook stirring until the eggs are set but still a little runny.
4. Spread some mayo on some toast and top with the eggs.
5. Garnish with parmigiano reggiano and parsley.

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43 comments:

purposeful wanderer said...

mmmmm, all the more reason to have breakfast for dinner

Rita said...

Hum, this sound really yummy! I can't wait to make it tomorrow morning.

Jessica@Foodmayhem said...

Eggs are awesome to dress up...so versatile. The dish looks beautiful.

Ann said...

Thats a wonderful toping..yummy and drooling

Heather said...

i love the idea of scrambled eggs dressed up and ready to go places! the sundried tomato sounds lovely :)

OhioMom said...

What an awesome way to dress-up a simple scrambled egg ... never thought about mayo on the toast.

Manggy said...

Yeah, Jeanne's recipes are excellent :) Scrambled eggs in Italian garb- I love it!

Joey said...

Boffo presentation with the shaved cheese on top

Pam said...

What a great way to jazz up some scrambled eggs!

diva said...

what a lovely plate of scrambled eggs. seems kinda post and soooo indulgent.

Beachlover said...

what a interesting breakfast!! Happy Holiday!

Hayley said...

Eggs are one of my favorite breakfast items - poached and served on a toasted english muffin with red pepper hummus. You should try eggs in purgatory...another fave.

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

Great dish, Kevin! I like to chop fresh tomatoes and zucchini in scrambled eggs, but I've got to try sun-dried tomatoes next time. Looks delicious!

Elra said...

Sounds really delicious, Kevin.
Cheers,
ELra

Jan said...

Mmmm mmmm -looks lovely!

Emily said...

Yum! This looks delish!

once in a blue moon... said...

that looks so good! i am skimpy with breakfasts, its so easy to grab a cookie and run, but this is worth lingering in the kitchen!

meeso said...

Parmigiano Reggiano is some great tasting cheese, looks so delicious!

mikky said...

it's almost midnight here and i want breakfast... what a creation!!! and btw, i love the pork chops with pasta too...

Lisa said...

Sundried tomatoes sound like a perfect addition to scrambled eggs. I like to include some crumbled goat cheese in mine and will for sure add sundried tomatoes next time!

Cookie baker Lynn said...

Breakfast need not be boring any longer. This looks like a seriously delicious wake up call.

giz said...

This is a total wake up call breakfast. Talk about getting your taste buds moving. I love it.

Marjie said...

Well, I always scramble my eggs with tomato and cheese, but I've never tried sundried tomato! Thanks for the suggestion, Kevin, and Merry Christmas.

Jeena said...

This must be the most glamorous scrambled eggs ever.

Sam said...

Sounds like a great breakfast, I would love this!

Lorraine E said...

I absolutely love reggiano and sun dried tomatoes and this looks like a great alternative to regular scrambled eggs.:)

Chocolate Shavings said...

Now those look like good srambled eggs !

soulchocolate said...

I am now craving scrambled eggs for breakfast. What a mouthwatering photo!

culinarycory.com said...

Wow, this is quite a breakfast!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

My husband's uncle makes the best scrambled eggs, and when I asked him his secret, he said, "Mayonnaise!" He mixes some in with the eggs, and they really do taste creamy and delicious.

Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer said...

That looks incredible - I will add to it my eat anytime list of meals. Especially dinner time>

Diana Evans said...

Hi Kevin!!!

this looks very tasty!! did you use a veg peeler for the cheese...I do that sometimes and it works mint....

Have a wonderful Holiday Season!!!

Hugs
Diana

Maris said...

These look great! I love eggs for breakfast and always look for new ways to make them.

Manger La Ville said...

SOunds delicious. I am not a mayo fan, but some good parmesan and sundried tomatoes. Plus your eggs look perfectly cooked, harder than it seems.

Pam said...

Perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I love all the flavors...can't wait to make it.

syrie said...

A decadent breakfast indeed! Looks fantastic. Have a great new year Kevin!

The Culinary Chase said...

Kevin, this looks great! All my favorite ingredients! Cheers!

Emily Snaper said...

How marvellous!

From Emily @ www.foodsnappers.com

Grace said...

there's nothing like some sundried tomatoes to improve mundane ol' scrambled eggs. very nice. :)

Hillary said...

Those are some killer scrambled eggs! Shaved Parmigiano Reggiano? Nice touch!

Mrs Erg├╝l said...

I haven't thought scrambled egg can be so sumptuous too!

Jeanne said...

Hey - you made my eggs! I saw the pic and thought "that looks familiar" ;-) So glad you enjoyed them - I was amazed at how easy and how tasty they were. They're definitely a hot favourite at Chez Cooksister :)

Kevin said...

Diana Evans: Yep, I used a vegetable peeler to shave the parmigiano reggiano.

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