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How to make common breakfast foods

How to make common breakfast foods - By Skye



Hi, this is Skye! You might be wondering how to make some breakfast foods that you hear about often, but don’t know how to cook. Or, you are an expert at making all of these. Who knows! You might learn something new…

The first one that I am going to teach you how to make is: Scrambled eggs. It’s pretty easy.

Ingredients

  • 2-3 eggs

  • 1 splash of milk

  • Pinch of salt

  • Pepper (optional)

  • A little bit of oil

Instructions

  1. Gather your materials. You’ll need to get a medium bowl, a whisk, and a saucepan. That’s it!

  2. Crack both of the eggs into the bowl. Add a tiny splash of milk, and whisk it until it’s really well combined. You can use an egg beater if you have one.

  3. At this stage, you can add the salt and pepper. Whisk it again.

  4. After that, you cook it. Put the saucepan on medium heat. Drizzle a little bit of oil in (or if you have cooking oil spray, you can use that instead. I prefer to do oil or melting butter).

  5. Stir it around with a spatula until cooked, about 2-3 minutes.

  6. Done!

That’s pretty easy, right? If you are up for a little bit more of a challenge, try this next recipe: an omelet. An omelet is basically a quesadilla but with eggs instead of tortillas. It’s delicious!


Ingredients

  • 3 eggs

  • 1 splash of milk (optional)

  • Ham or canadian bacon

  • Pinch of salt

  • Pepper (optional)

  • Shredded cheese (I like to use medium or sharp cheddar, but you can use whatever you want)

Instructions

  1. Gather your materials. You will need a medium bowl, a plate, a whisk, a spatula, a saucepan, and a plate.

  2. Cut the ham or canadian bacon into the saucepan. Let it cook on medium low heat for 1 minute 30 seconds. After that, you will need to flip it over. It should get a nice toasty char on it.

  3. Crack the eggs into the bowl. Whisk them well.

  4. Add a splash of milk. Whisk that into it. Sprinkle the salt on, and if you want pepper, this would be the time to add it.

  5. Pour that onto the ham. Cook on medium heat.

  6. While it’s cooking, peel up one corner of the egg sheet, and tilt the pan so that the remaining egg mixture flows into the gap you just made. Do that all around the edges of the egg sheet.

  7. Once the egg sheet has been cooking for around 3-4 minutes, sprinkle the shredded cheese on top.

  8. With the spatula, go underneath the fully cooked cheesed egg sheet and scoop half of it onto the plate, holding the pan up in the air. Flop the other half onto the plate so that the egg sheet is folded.

  9. Eat it!


Ok, that was a little bit harder than making scrambled eggs. The techniques, ingredients, and steps are a little bit more complicated. Maybe we should step down the difficulty a little bit.

This next recipe is called a one-eyed jack. At least that’s what we call it in my family. There are a lot of different names for it, but I like to call it a one-eyed jack. Here’s how to make it!


Ingredients:

  • 2 slices of bread

  • 2 eggs

  • Pinch of salt

  • 2 tablespoons of butter

Instructions:

  1. Take a small water glass and use the opening to cut a little hole in both of the pieces of bread, using a little twisting motion to cut out a circle. You can throw the part you cut out if you want, but I like to keep it. The original piece of bread should have a hole in it now.

  2. Melt the butter onto a small frying pan.

  3. Place the slices of bread onto the frying pan. Toast it on medium heat.

  4. While the bread is toasting, crack an egg into each of the holes. Cook it for 2 minutes, or until the egg starts to cook.

  5. After 2 minutes, flip the piece of bread over. Cook the egg for another minute or two, depending on how cooked the egg is.

  6. After it’s done cooking-this is the fun part-EAT IT!


Well, that’s how you make some breakfast foods that you may or may not have heard of! I hope it tastes delicious for you.


P.S. Look out for part 2, coming soon!

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