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Scrambled Eggs with Vegetable Puree

29 Jul

I found a way that all four of us will eat eggs!!! Finding a meal that all four of us will eat is a miracle in this house. No one has the exact same taste as anyone else here. So, of course, the first thing I’m going to do is share!

It all began when my husband insisted I use up all the vegetables in the fridge. He bought eggs, hoping I would make omelets. He should have bought me some omelet making skills instead.

I started with a simple vegetable puree. I cut up all the celery, broccoli and sweet onion in the fridge. The approximate measurements were:

4 c. broccoli

5 c. celery

1 c. onion

The secret is to use the sweetest onion possible. I used sweet Vidalia onions.

I dumped all this into the blender and added approximately a cup and a half of milk. I blended it all to a fine puree.

My first thought was, “Yes! The kids will eat vegetables now!” Next, I cracked the eggs and beat them with milk, salt and pepper.

10 eggs

2 c. milk

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp pepper

I added approximately a cup and a half of puree. I mixed it up and attempted omelets, but there was just too much moisture in the mixture.

This is my sad attempt at the omelet. I chopped it up and served it as scrambled eggs. It was super yummy with a side of toast.

I now have plenty of puree left over, which will find its way into some future recipes. Vegetables are served!

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    […] too. You can start St. Patty’s Day off with some extra nutritious green scrambled eggs. This Scrambled Eggs with Vegetable Puree recipe from The Inconsistent Mom also has celery for even more greenery. Add the puree to meals […]

  2. Natural Green Food Ingredients for St. Patrick’s Day - December 5, 2013

    […] too. You can start St. Patty’s Day off with some extra nutritious green scrambled eggs. This Scrambled Eggs with Vegetable Puree recipe from The Inconsistent Mom also has celery for even more greenery. Add the puree to meals […]

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