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RECIPE: TKG's Fluffy Scrambled Eggs with Shrimp

I love that you can literally pair eggs with almost every dish. I think my weirdest pairing was kare-kare with hardboiled eggs. No kidding. Anyways, I'm sharing a simple and easy-to-make fluffy scrambled eggs with shrimp.



Ingredients:

2 medium sized eggs (I used Bounty Fresh Cage-Free Specialty Eggs)
8 small pieces of shrimps (shelled)
tsp of sliced black lives (optional)
several leaves of fresh basil (optional) *** you can also use dried basil or any herbs
salt to taste
ground pepper to taste
pat of butter

Crack eggs in a bowl and light beat for about 8-10x. Add the shelled shrimps, black olives, butter, basil, and some salt and ground pepper. Make sure to mix the ingredients in the egg. Heat pan (I used non-stick) with a bit of oil just enough to coat the pan and pour in the egg mixture. Let the egg mixture settle in the heated pan for about 1-2 minutes before lifting the edges and folding it. Lift and fold until you achieve your desired consistency. P.S. avoid allowing the mixture to get burnt though. Bon appetit!



This recipe is especially prepared as Bounty Fresh celebrates World Egg Day tomorrow, October 12, 2017 at the Atrium of Eastwood Mall. Read "My Silver Egg" for more details.

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