The calories in scrambled eggs will fluctuate depending on how you prepare this mouth-watering breakfast meal. Find out more about its nutrition, and also how to make this gratifying dish at home.
Eggs… what would people do without them? I feel bad for those who are staunch vegans, or those who prefer egg-less desserts. Yes, it may be slightly fattening, but having eggs once in a while never killed anyone. It is important to have at least 3 eggs a week, to give you a good helping of proteins, which many people neglect in a diet. Not only can it be prepared in different ways – poached, fried, scrambled, and even made as an omelet, but it forms the main batter ingredient for anything that needs baking / frying.
Who wouldn’t love a combination of scrambled eggs topped with cheese? These two delicious ingredients complement each other so well, that no egg is complete with a side of cheese, or with this mixed in it. Be it blue cheese, mozzarella, Parmesan, cheddar, or whatever else your mind can think up – you can use any of these to your heart’s (or stomach’s) delight, coupled with eggs. We now break down the nutrition of this meal, giving you an idea on how much of this is all right to eat over the course of the week. Being high in fat and cholesterol, you’d need to go easy on this delicious breakfast food, and manage your portion intake accordingly.
Scrambled Eggs with Cheese Nutrition
You’ll fine here, a nutritional chart on the calories of scrambled eggs with cheese, using 2 eggs and a ¼ cup of any cheese that you think is palatable.
|Values (2 Scrambled Eggs (Calories= 120)
and Cheese (Calories with Cheese= 172)
How to Make Scrambled Eggs with Cheese
It is quite surprising to come across someone who’s never had eggs in their life, or never given it a try to make eggs at home. If you were wondering how to make this extraordinary, the following enticing recipe will have you going gaga. You can use the same recipe while making an omelet, which is simply a beaten egg folded with the following ingredients, before being plopped into a frying pan.
Scrambled Eggs with Bacon, Mushroom and Cheese
What You’ll Require
- 2 eggs
- ½ cup of bacon bits
- A tablespoon of olive oil
- ¼ cup of Parmesan shavings
- 1 knob of butter (salted)
- Two tablespoons of non fat milk
- 2 teaspoons of chives
- ½ a cup of button mushrooms
- 2 crushed garlic cloves
- 1 teaspoon of chili flakes
- 1 teaspoon of Italian seasoning
How to Prepare
Taking a shallow non stick pan, first wait for it to heat up on a medium flame, before dropping into this the tablespoon of olive oil, the knob of butter, crushed garlic, bacon bits, and then your two eggs. Toss these for around 2 minutes, before adding in your milk to give the eggs a good fluff. Then drop in your button mushrooms and sauté for another 2 minutes, before sprinkling the contents of your pan with the chives, chili flakes and Italian seasoning. Mix these up for another 20 seconds and then empty these out into a nice large plate. Shower the top of your eggs with the Parmesan shavings, and devour this meal with a side of toasted brown bread.
Eggs can be eaten with practically anything, with even your own choice of meat added to it. You could go with pork bits, ham shreds or seafood even, to take the flavors of your dish to an all together different level. Mix it up in the kitchen with your own add-ons and relish this enjoyable breakfast meal just the way you like it.