Quick Easy Eggs with Grain, Mushrooms, and Eco-friendly Onions – Healthy Breakfast Recipe


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1 Cup rice – Choose a brown, black, or wild variety for the most powerful nutritional punch; 2 Eggs; 2-4 Mushrooms; 2 Green onions; Optional* Soy sauce, hot sauce or pickled Jalapeños in escabeche How to cook: First, get your rice going. You will want to measure out one cup of rice and rinse. butter, green onion, fresh mushrooms, pastry, bacon, eggs, swiss cheese and 1 more Breakfast The Night Before Pork dry mustard, bulk pork sausages, eggs, milk, cheddar cheese, bread and 2 more Quick & Easy Eggs with Rice, Mushrooms, and Green Onions. soy sauce, chopped garlic, eggs, green onions, sweet onion, bacon and 1 more Bake Ahead Breakfast Egg Pots Nourish Every Day pepper, eggs, small tomato, coconut oil, cooked rice, almond milk and 4 more. Sprinkle black pepper to taste, stir.

Clear the middle of the skillet, break the eggs in the middle, stir. Stir with rice until eggs look cooked. Pour 4 teaspoons of soy sauce, stir up evenly. Finally, add 1/2 cup chopped green onion, stir and turn off the.

In wok or large non-stick skillet, heat vegetable oil over medium-high heat; stir-fry light green parts of green onions until softened, about 1 minute. Add mushrooms, garlic and ginger; cook, stirring, until mushroom has softened, about 3 minutes. In a large skillet, saute onions in butter for 2 minutes. In a large bowl, beat the eggs; add cream cheese and seasoned salt.

Pour into the skillet. As eggs set, gently move a spatula across bottom and sides of pan, letting uncooked portion flow. Heat olive oil in a skillet over medium heat; cook and stir mushrooms, onion, and garlic until onion is browned, about 15 minutes. Season with Italian seasoning. Step 2 Beat eggs with garlic and herb cheese spread in a bowl.

Eggs are my go-to breakfast, and though I often eat quickly fried eggs with just a slice of sprouted grain toast, this scramble is actually my favorite way to have them. I also eat eggs more often when I cook up a large batch of the vegetables on Sunday and then simply spoon the cooked veg into my eggs. The flavor of rice mixed with eggs, vegetables, and a thin layer of soy sauce was something that brought comfort to my belly. It probably comes as no surprise that I cook fried rice very frequently. Not only do I find this dish comforting, but it is also darn easy to make.

All you really need is rice, eggs. Add mushrooms and pancetta back to the pan, stir to combine everything back together. Next, make 5 wells/holes in the veggie mixture. Crack one egg into each well. Turn the heat down to medium low.

Cover the skillet. Cook eggs for 2-3 minutes for a running yolk and so the egg whites cook.

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  • For the first time I was finally able to not only make a proper looking omelette but I made a delicious Mushroom Omelette. This video was really helpful

  • Good cook but seems like the oil-butter more than the egg so it’s oily.
    Thanks a lot for share with us.
    As far as I know there is a good mushroom website at a cheap price. You can buy if you want.


  • I’m from Chennai in India. And we love our food spicy. So, I’d add finely chopped onion and 1 or 2 green chillies finely chopped. Try it out. You’ll thank me,

  • Wonderful omelette! Loved watching your video. So yummy! The ingredients are wonderful! Will certainly make a rich dish. Looking forward to trying it out. Love the relaxed and easy way in which you do it!����

  • The best you do about your cooking is you post the all ingredients so that they know how to make and appreciate your cooking, God bless you…..

  • Why did you throw away the Mushroom stalks?.. I love them stalks… They have the consistency of meat…
    Love the Omelette by the way…

  • Not browned on top! To me the best frittata is golden brown on top like a pizza with perfectly crusted yet moist edges! Which means plenty of butter!��

  • Love how his cooking just involves using the classic way of measurement that our grandmothers and mothers use, hands ������������������������������������������������

  • I can’t eat sunnyside up eggs but I am definitely making this for my Husband! He will love this! He would be dipping the toast in that runny yolk just like you did! haha…thanks so much!

  • I’ve done this with a sweet sliced onion ring, I’ll have to give the peppers a shot. Or maybe a both�� wonder if they’d cook evenly if I place the onion inside the pepper? Trial and error I guess right lol.��

  • Hey Dave, how are you buddy. Nice little breakfast idea, I chopped up some left over ham, grilled it a little, and spread over the egg, so easy quick and Good! Thanks again for all your recipes, take care!

  • Dear madam for your information casserole means pan in French pls remove the word casserole French people saw this they can laugh at us

  • Have you ever played The Sims and your sim’s hunger and energy are both in the “Red” and it can’t decide weather it wants to eat or sleep, so it either goes to bed and immediately wakes up pointing to its mouth, or makes food and immediately falls asleep at the table?

    That’s how how this video made me feel.

  • U forgot to add the green onions while cooking would have been better if you woyld have cooked them with the eggs then shredded cheese then mushrooms but egh

  • Looks absolutely yummy! And you could add so many other ingredients too! Just one suggestion, I wouldn’t use olive oil for cooking, it’s flavor tends to be strong and it’s a delicate oil that doesn’t work well with high heat (breaks down/burns).

  • July 2020 watching from Johannesburg, South Africa. Loved watching this video, I really like your style, might just get up now to make this. Music is beautiful too.

  • I’ve tried it with tomatoes instead of carrot and it came out really well and juicy! I would use less additional water though, because the tomatoes are already juicy.

  • Looks yummy! Need to try this!! Thank you for linking the stove! I want one and no one ever links the one they use!!! Thank you!!!

  • i did it today with an Indian twist… it was indeed amazing.. and i used red wine instead of white wine.. it tasted greattttttttttttttttt!!!

  • I have other interesting omelette recipes for you.
    Egg Recipes: Tofu Omelette Recipe  https://youtu.be/ulQ6BrL2wDs  
    Mushroom Omelette Recipe  https://youtu.be/O_VbPjH8jGw 
    Fluffy Omelette Recipe  https://youtu.be/dsmRRa8yu_E 
    Bread Omelette Breakfast / Snack Recipe  https://youtu.be/IGtgrmnZK60 
    Potato and Cheese Stuffed Omelette Recipe  https://youtu.be/dd7NNhN6ivg 
    Bacon and Parsley Omelette: Quick Breakfast  https://youtu.be/zgFjTPh6DDc 
    Noodle Omelette with Bologna: Easy Recipe  https://youtu.be/Hr9gtZuLcfA 
    Bacon Omelette with Broccoli and Cheese  https://youtu.be/_jZUKA-89Og 
    Easy Egg Rolled Omelette with Fresh Milk: Egg Recipe  https://youtu.be/nFtPqlH8Eo4 
    Thai Spicy Omelette with Basil over Rice: Quick & Easy Recipe   https://youtu.be/m0nrUkMIlF0  
    Minced Pork Omelette Over Rice: Thai Style Omelette Recipe   https://youtu.be/3CkiqO0IZVU  
    Classic Korean Rolled Egg Omelette #30   https://youtu.be/AWJAfkvaAhI  
    4 Breakfast Omelette Recipes #16: 4 เมนูออมเล็ตอาหารเช้า   https://youtu.be/_RMWIf565LY  
    Spinach Omelette with Ham and Cheese: Healthy Recipe   https://youtu.be/HBszwMMynbs  
    Omelette Roll with Pizza Sauce: สูตรอาหารออมเล็ตโรลกับพิซซ่าซอส   https://youtu.be/F7avtsVEV3A

  • Great video Dave. I could have tried this recipe today, but I just chopped up my red & yellow peppers last night for future recipes. However, I scramble my eggs adding peppers, onions, fresh garlic, and if I have them, Black Olives and Extra Sharp Cheddar ��. Delicious! Thanks��.

  • delicious. thx for sharing. I’m gonna try this but I think I’m gonna make a sandwich using the dipping toast u used instead. I’m greedy haha

  • Added salt too early, causing the egg to break down. Overcooked it, causing a crust and dry eggs. Should’ve let the mushroom sauce simmer so it thickened and coated nicely around the veg. Not bad idea but you could work on some stuff my frienderino

  • Its a great thing to be able to depend both on awesome video as well as essential tasty content be it remotely directed or simply recipe specific segment…Thanks for wholehearted near confessionary presentation…

  • Wow I love your omelette it looks delicious ��and the music background also is great it relax my mind while watching your cooking God bless you always��hope you can visists me also thank you!

  • I love omelettes, but to me… That omelette looked incredibly dry. So all the flavour from the egg and cheese would be gone. And there’s nothing worse than having over cooked food.


  • Made it but added bell pepper and mushroom. Subbed apple smoked veg sausage for the bacon. Easy recipe and the result was great.

  • After I watch this video I realize that the irritating music in the background which substitute narrative information which would have been important reminds me of when I’m on hold with MasterCard whoever may this video sure did a lousy job and should join the circus because he would make a great clown thank you

  • For a killer topping.. just before finished baking…Sprinkle real shredded Parmisial Reggio cheese over top. Broil top for a minute.
    Couple more things… use small amount sun dried tomatoes in mix. Drizzle the olive oil into mix. You will be drooling. Cap with fresh ground pepper too. Don’t over cook!

  • Frittata is an egg-based Italian dish similar to an omelette or crustless quiche or scrambled eggs, enriched with additional ingredients such as meats, cheeses,but not Italian Breakfast.
    “The cappuccino is the meal,” “The only food you can have it with is a croissant – that you eat at the bar in the morning.”

  • I have made this a few times it’s delicious, we had it for dinner with roasted potatoes and then had the leftovers for breakfast…still tasted really good the next day

  • I make a frittata when I have guests for breakfast. It’s much easier to put together a big frittata and bake it rather than make eggs for each individual guest, and we all get to sit down at the same time to eat.

  • I made this couple days ago and it turned out really good. I added crispy bacons, Italian sausages, diced jalapeños, and instead of bell peppers I diced up cheery tomatoes. Thank you. ��

  • only thing that i have going for me vs this recipe is that i have some kick ass steak to incorporate.
    that sauce, though…never thought of that. kudos!

  • So I kind of regret doubling this recipe because one serving probably would have been enough for two days, it’s extremely filling!! Also it honestly tastes so good I expected it to be heavy with egg but the rice kinda balances that out so you get full really fast but you don’t feel like you’re struggling to choke down egg (i don’t really like scrambled eggs so this might just be me)

  • Watch as many egg industry videos as you can bear. Watch what happens to baby male chicks. Eggs are not healthy & the egg industry is full of severe animal cruelty.

  • This looks scrummy and easy too (great for a reluctant cook like me). As you make it ahead, can it be eaten cold or can it be reheated? I am guessing it cannot be frozen?

  • Very nice video she very clearly explained the receptor short and sweet sure she inspired me to give it a try clever lady thank you for sharing

  • Excellent! I used half ‘n’ half instead of water for richness. It came out delicious with an interesting texture. Sending it to our grandniece who’s starting at UCLA but doesn’t cook much. Thank you! ��

  • Bun! De făcut! Poți adăuga ce vrei, nu e nevoie să dăm noi sugestii. Omletele, salatele, sandwich-urilepoți improviza cu zecile! Bravo!

  • Not a Spanish lover I’ll even looking at the picture I almost want to gag I guess you have to love spinach spinach do you appreciate it

  • Great video, easy and to the point not too much blabbering like most. Nice clean presentation. Other than spinach, does one have to cook the veggies?

  • This looks delicious!! It competely cooks the eggs you put in?? I wish I had the ingredients to try making this tomorrow!!! I am hoping to go to Japan in hopefully a year or two, so maybe I should make a playlist of simple recipes!!

  • Oh my goodness, that looks very tasty, but I will leave out the pork as we do not eat it. I will substitute Morningstar Farms “sausage” patties! Yummy����.

  • I usually do this for lunch. I use milk instead of “heavy cream”. Much nicer with some cubes of soft boiled potato added. Also, add the cheese on top once the egg has set, not mixed in with the egg. Gives a better crispy topping.

    Heavy on the pepper, but light on salt. Add these to the whisked eggs and milk, not to the pan.

    I’d skip the spring onion too, it’s very overpowering and not necessary. I also leave out the spinach, again not necessary and quite bitter. Serve on the side if you want, but not in the frittata. Diced mushrooms work well in the frittata, but cut them small.

    No need to bake either. Make sure pan is totally non-stick. Cook on stovetop until almost burning (be sure to add a big wodge of butter at this point), then straight under a hot grill to melt cheese.
    Once done, put a plate over the pan and flip over before serving.

    I usually serve on it’s own, but would be lovely with a sharp side, like red onion, pesto or a citrus based salad.

    A delicious, filling but light lunch.

  • Se puede sustituir la mantequilla por aceite de oliva y la crema por crema de coco, con unas gotitas de aceite de oliva se puede hacer la tortilla creo que de esa manera es más saludable

  • I think my microwave at a higher wattage because after the first three minute everything was completely cooked. Nice recipe, thanks for switching up my morning

  • Is kimchi aquired taste of what,I tried some.super market kimchi nasty,it looked good,but faster bad very bad,I wish I knew someone that could send me.a.jar,I am a disabled vet,want to try new foods I love Asian food a lot.

  • I want to buy a rice cooker but we dont usually eat rice so it’s kinda not worth buying one but I really suck at doing rice lol….turned out my mom didnt even know the correct recipe… but I will try this!

  • You know what? I made it with my leftover red rice and 3 tbsp leftover shiumai paste (runned out of wonton wrapper), then I added bokchoy, carrot, celery, sesame oil, s&p, and ofc egg… IT WAS PERFECT! I might make an omellete, but this recipe better bcs it’s not boring lol. Thanks a lot!!

  • I made this tonight, and it was so good that I made a second one for tomorrow. I tripled the amount of eggs, water and rice and I microwaved it for 5:30 the first time and another 4:00 after stirring. Worked great! I used normal onions, baby carrots, kale slaw, frozen peas, garlic powder, pepper and soy sauce. And cheddar cheese.

  • Oh looks yummy my son will love this!!! Looks like a quiche less an ingredient or 2….. Tha I You will try it…. New subscriber…. Thank You & Hava Wonderful Day!!!!

  • Thank you for putting on irritating background music instead of telling us what you’re doing looks great but your presentation your video what a joke

  • Why do u use microwave! Destroying all the food,
    Our world became a fast food environment, no time to even cook a decent meal properly!

  • Oh no,yet another easy and tasty looking recipe.I can almost smell it when you hold it to the camers.Another I shall be trying.Keep them coming lovely lady,stay safe and healthy.

  • Those look delicious thank you for sharing the recipe I will try to make them. Stay safe my friend and God bless you and your family.