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Learn how to cook scrambled eggs. Done in 3 minutes!
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Learn how to cook scrambled eggs so that it's on the table in 3 minutes!  We do this in the microwave oven and best of all, you only ever use the one bowl so there's minimal washing up.  This is one of the Go-To easy recipes if you need a good healthy snack fast.


Rating: Very Easy

Hands-On Time: Under 30 seconds

Hands-Off Time:  3 Minutes







Scrambled Eggs In 3 Minutes!

For one snack sized serve, you'll need:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 egg shell of water per egg
  • Salt, pepper,
  • Optional - chives, 1 tbs shredded tasty cheese

Equipment: a bowl and a plate, a microwave oven

  • Break two eggs in a bowl and add 1/2 egg shell of water per egg.

  • Add seasoning and tasty cheese or herbs if you have any. Beat till combined

  • Cover the bowl with an upturned plate, to prevent splatter from exploding eggs  as they cook

  • Cook on high power for one minute and 30 seconds

  • Remove the covering plate, use a fork to stir the partly cooked mixture

  • Replace the cover and cook again on high for another one minute and 30 seconds

  • Remove the "lid", break up the cooked eggs with a fork so that the eggs are scrambled

  • Serve immediately. Garnish with parsley or chives.


Step By Step Photo Tutorial
How To Cook Scrambled Eggs In 3 Minutes

Break eggs into a bowl with 1/2 egg shell of water
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Beaten eggs
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Always cover the bowl of food to be cooked in the microwave oven
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Beaten eggs after one minute 30 seconds in the microwave oven.
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Use a fork to stir the partly cooked mixture
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Beaten eggs cooked in the microwave oven
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Break up cooked eggs with a fork
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Scrambled eggs done in 3 minutes!
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Tips From Easy Recipes

  • Substitute milk if preferred, instead of water. The extra fluid helps keep the texture smooth and the scrambled eggs light. Otherwise the result it too dense and hard.  Scrambled eggs are cooked in a small frypan or skillet the same way - with the addition of some fluid

  • Always cover food being microwaved as the molecules become agitated and food will splatter and eggs especially will explode. The lid helps reduce the mess while cooking.

  • I only ever use inert porcelain or ceramic material for microwave cooking and NEVER plastic ware. You can see I use an upturned plate.

  • Have on hand some dried chives or a bag of frozen shredded cheese. You'll use these ingredients to cook as they're versatile and add depth of flavor.









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