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Scrambled Eggs with Goat's Cheese Recipe

Scrambled Eggs with Goat's Cheese

Rating 4-0 out of 5 - Most cooks definitely will make this recipe again
Graham

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Scrambled Eggs with Goat's Cheese adds another dimension to your standard scrambled egg. It's full of flavour and is good enough to present to guests and simple enough to knock up for yourself as a light midday meal

      Preparation Time: 3 Minutes

      Cooking Time: 5 Minutes

Ingredients for Scrambled Eggs with Goat's Cheese

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to serve 4:
8 medium-sized
eggs
¼ pint
milk
½ teaspoon
salt
 
freshly-ground black pepper
2 oz
butter
4 oz
goat cheese (crumbled)
1 tablespoon
chopped fresh chives

 

How to Cook Scrambled Eggs with Goat's Cheese

  1. Using a fork, gently mix together the eggs in a bowl with the milk, salt, and pepper. Melt half the butter in a large sauté or omelette pan over medium heat. (Chop the remaining butter into small pieces for use later)
  2. Pour the egg mixture into the pan and place on a medium low heat. Allow to cook slowly without disturbing it and wait until the outside edges are firm. Using a spatula, pull the outside edges to the middle of the pan. This will allow the liquid egg to overflow to the edges where it will quickly set. Keep pulling the outsides to the centre until the egg is almost cooked to your liking (it should still be a little 'liquid' because it will continue to cook under its own heat for a minute or so).
  3. Remove from the heat, add the crumbled goat cheese, chives, and the remaining butter in small pieces. Stir gently and allow the eggs to sit for 30 seconds, until the cheese begins to melt. Check for seasonings. Serve immediately.

 
Graham GRAHAM'S HOT TIP:
Never cook scrambled eggs to full hardness in the pan. Even when you remove the pan from the heat, they will continue to cook. If you do this by accident, immediately stir in a tablespoon of crème fraîche; it will rescue them from disaster!
 
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Reviews of Scrambled Eggs with Goat's Cheese

Rating 4 out of 5 - Many cooks will make this recipe again April 15 2015
Very good, and easy to make. I like my scrambled eggs so they are moist when I put them on the plate. You can't go wrong if you like goat cheese, I used herbed goat cheese to give them a little more flavor. The chives are a perfect touch. Interesting fact is in France they serve their scrambled eggs wet, you have to let them know if you want them cooked more. Here in the US restaurants tend to over cook them.
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