Cheesy Scrambled Eggs Recipe

Cheesy Scrambled Eggs

Cheesy Scrambled Eggs

When it comes to eggs, the biggest mistake I made was that I introduced it in Devansh’s diet a bit too late. As per the food chart given by Devansh’s pediatrician, I could start giving Devansh eggs a couple of months or so after I started giving him solids. But I thought eggs are difficult to digest, also you can never be sure of the quality of the eggs so I’d wait till he’s eating chapati-sabzi stuff properly before I give him eggs. As a result Devansh did not cultivate the taste for eggs. Now getting Devansh to like eggs is a challenge.

I experimented a bit with scrambled eggs. I must thank my husband for his patience while clicking this dish as he’s clicked scrambled eggs thrice. When Devansh’s response wasn’t too enthusiastic initially, I looked up the recipe on the net to see if I could make it more interesting. I realized I wasn’t adding milk in the egg. When I added milk it made the scrambled egg lighter and fluffier. It took me two attempts to realize Devansh was not comfortable with the tomato peels. Third attempt was a success, by Devansh’s standard at least because he finished 2/3rd of the scrambled egg. Do give this cheesy scrambled eggs recipe a try. You can omit onion, tomato, and black pepper if you’re cooking for younger than one and a half year old babies. And if you are planning on feeding eggs to your child start off as soon as your pediatrician gives you a go ahead. Of course initially you’ll have to give him/her just boiled egg.

Cheesy Scrambled Eggs Recipe

Looking for healthy breakfast ideas? Try this cheesy scrambled eggs recipe, it's an Indianized, toddler and kid-friendly version with onion, tomato, cheese.
Ingredients
  • 1 egg

  • 1 cheese cube (grated)

  • Half onion (chopped)

  • 1 small tomato (peeled and diced)

  • 2-3 tbsp milk

  • Pinch of black pepper powder

  • Pinch of cinnamon powder

  • 1 tbsp butter (or olive oil)

  • Salt to taste

Steps
  1. Break an egg in a bowl and whisk it for a minute.

  2. Add milk and whisk it some more.

  3. Add salt, pepper, and cinnamon powder and whisk it for a minute. (Apparently the more you whisk eggs before making scrambled eggs the better.)

  4. Heat a non-stick pan and add butter.

  5. Add chopped onion and sautรฉ for a minute.

  6. Add diced tomato and sautรฉ for 2-3 minutes.

  7. Add the egg and grated cheese and start stirring.

  8. Keep stirring for 2-3 minutes till the egg is done and then turn off heat. (You need to ensure that the egg doesnโ€™t remain undercooked and yet at the same time you donโ€™t want to let it turn brown. So decide on the time of turning off heat accordingly.)

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