Recipe Book

All my recipes! Very cool. I can't cook well, so it's sparse, but I like to have a personal archive of my culinary achievements so I don't forget the recipes!

Scrambled Eggs

Almost as scrambled as my brain after too much caffeine and no food! This is a recipe I've been making lately, since I don't know how to cook. It's easy and a dog could even make this. Try it out, if you want a tasty breakfast! (Or lunch. Or dinner. Breakfast is a construct, eat what you want, when you want!

Scramby Eggs!

Ingredients:

  • Olive Oil
  • Eggs (at least three)
  • Adobo Seasoning
  • Garlic Salt
  • Salsa (I like Chi-Chi’s!)

    Steps:

  • Toss a bit of Olive Oil in a pan. Smear it around.
  • Throw in some eggs, however many you want! While it’s heating up, break them up a bit so the whites and yolks are more even throughout the scramb.
  • Do the normal scrambled egg thing where you break them up and throw them around. But while they’re still moist and not yet solid, toss some seasonings in there! I used garlic salt and Adobo, and it tastes really good!
  • Once they’re done, take them off the hot burner, but leave them in the pan. Throw some salsa in there. (Enough that you get the veggies, but not too much that it’s a solid red color. It should only be enough that the eggs turn a bit pink. About 1/4 to 1/2 a cup.)

    Egg Drop Ramen

    Ingredients:

  • Ramen
  • Eggs

    Steps:

  • This one's really easy. Boil the ramen. Make sure to put the seasoning in at the beginning.
  • Toss the ramen block in there. Break it up as it softens.
  • Break some eggs into the ramen! And there you have it. Egg drop ramen. I'm not sure if it works for any other soups. I enjoy eating the yolk chunk, otherwise I'm rather put off by the unusually creamy consistency of the egg ramen.

    More coming soon!


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