Scrambled Eggs and Roast Tomato plants on Toast


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Method Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/ gas 4. Drizzle the oil in a roasting tin and add the sliced garlic, the thyme and some Boil the kettle. Put the spinach in a metal colander over the sink and pour boiling water over it, just until the leaves Peel the remaining garlic clove, wedge it onto. Roast until tomatoes begin to burst, approximately 10 minutes. Step 4 Add egg, egg whites and natural yoghurt to a bowl and season with a little salt and pepper. Place tomatoes on baking tray, drizzle with oil and grill.

Put 20g of half fat butter into a pan and heat gently until melted. Add the egg mixture and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until the eggs are set. Serve immediately with toast spread with the remaining half fat butter and grilled tomatoes. Melt the remaining tbsp of butter in a frying pan and with the heat on low, add the eggs.

Prepare your tomato toast by toasting the bread on one side, and covering the other side with tomatoes, seasoning and a drizzle of olive oil. Toast the tomato side and make the scrambled eggs as they are toasting. Put both mugs back into the microwave and microwave in blasts of 30 seconds at a time until they’re both cooked.

Add a knob of butter to the scrambled egg and use a fork to break it up. Cut the toast and place it on your plate, top with the tinned tomatoes and your scrambled eggs. I’ll usually add some brown sauce to the top!Toast the bread, cool and spread with a thin layer of cream cheese. Rinse the tomatoes and cut into wedges.

Rinse the herbs and sprouts and drain well. 2. The scrambled egg recipe comes from the A New and Easy Method for Cooking by Elizabeth Cleland and also calls for a very generous amount of butter and cream (even for 8 eggs) so we have no doubt about the potential of this recipe. Ingredients 2 slices bread (I use white, sourdough bread) 1/2 tbsp butter, plus more to butter the bread 2 eggs 1/3 cup good quality feta cheese crumbles chopped parsley or dill to garnish. As much as I love cooking for Ben and myself, I have a small collection of ‘single lady’ recipes I miss.

All are quick and easy, most are healthy, and nearly every one of them involves eggs and/or toast. This creamy Scrambled Egg Toast with Roasted Asparagus was one of my greatest hits, and I still make it for myself regularly, particularly during the spring when asparagus is at its prime. Subscribe to my channel and press the bell button to get notifications every time I post a new recipe…. All You Need for Scrambled Eggs 3 Eggs 3 Mushroo.

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You could add some chopped tomato to the scrambled egg if you like.

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  • I got to get some.olive oil,I been using canola oil,but oil test good,canola can handle a lot of heat,great recipe my favorite video too

  • Lol worst way ive seen to do this
    1) your eggs would be cold by the time you start eating.
    2) burn marks on tomatoes (literally black ashy crisps on them too) and pan.
    3) just turn the tomatoes over in the pan so you dont have to individually smush them later on your bread.

  • A nice recipe ruined by the absolute rubbish pseudoscience she spouted. She even talked or caramelising the edges of the eggs. Caramelising by definition involves sugars which are not present in eggs or olive oil (though they are present in tomatoes). The rest was so made up I don’t even think she used a correct term so won’t bother refuting it.

    Just make nice food and stop lying about the rest love.

  • I ended up grilling my bread on a cast iron grill pan with a touch of olive oil and garlic. When that was done I topped it with a tomato slaw (mashed the tomatoes gently with a fork), and then an egg (cooked with a knob of butter, salt/pepper and red pepper flakes. Solid recipe, just went a slightly different direction with it.

  • How many calories are in one of those would you estimate? I’ve been counting calories for a while, and this looks really yummy to try, and doesn’t look too sinful. ^_^

  • I love that I can watch your videos on mute while my baby sleeps and still understand everything. Your videos are also very cathartic to watch thanks alot

  • your stove seemed a little hot for cooking those eggs.. typically it’s a bad thing if huge bubbles like that are appearing.

    but otherwise great recipe, seems like it turned out alright regardless

  • frying everything in olive oil will not make the dish more healthy if every single bit of it is fried. But I know, it tastes really good… ))

  • I’ve just made the exact same thing, from the beginning to the end, even the final Tabasco drops, then I casually saw the video an thought “I might have some Texas connections”
    Thanks man

  • Tomatoes are out of season in my area, and the store bought ones are crap.  Guess I’ll have to wait til next year to try this one out.

  • Can you produce more videos on your life experiencing playing games? What games that you would want to get into? Regarding food recipes.

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    On other platforms.

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    They are Nintendo Famicom, Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo Super Famicom Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo Gameboy, Nintendo Gameboy Color, Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Gameboy Advance, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo
    Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, and New Nintendo 3DS.

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  • I love literally everything about this video. The recipe. The editing. No blabbering. Straight to the point. Clear directions. Just beautiful. Instant subscribe. Seriously looking forward to watching this again when I make this recipe. Thank you for posting this.

  • I love this! It reminds me of a caprese sandwich but instead of mozzarella you used cheddar. I should definitely try this out, especially since I just bought cherry tomatoes!

  • I always get confused trying to reproduce recipes like this because med-high heat will TERRIBLY BURN olive oil on my stove top, so I always end up having to adjust the heat. Is everyone’s med-high different than mine or am I just doing something wrong?

  • To the untrained, this sandwich looks fine. Good, even. However, I refuse to believe the tomatoes didn’t soggy up the bread. You never removed the seeds whose plasma holds most of the water in the tomato. Amateur work.

  • I just found your Videos, I really appreciate even though music’s playing the whole time without explanation you still give very slow explanations and get measurements. 2����up and I can’t wait to try.

  • After viewing this vid and the potato pancake vid, then viewing her picture, I wanna buy this woman a house and settle down… Im hungry……

  • I find that if you add a bit of olive oil to the avocado, it spreads more easily so the butter isn’t necessary (which is perfect for vegans)

  • Hi I’m 25 years old, I was born and raised in Houston TX and I have tried this and it just as you said it was so delicious, I cooked it for my mamma, my daddy, my brother, my sister, my grandma, my grandpa and they loved it. So thank you for putting this on YouTube for us to find, cook and enjoy. I found found this video when I was 19 years old and busy with life and I just now had the time to cook it.

  • In UK this is part of an English breakfast, missing is sausages, bacon, mushrooms, beans, black pudding, fried bread, oh and HP brown sauce.
    We call it the full English.

  • You remind me of my dad I just love your style of cooking and the way you talk while you’re cooking. My dad use to do that.makes me miss him even more.wish he was still around.hes not in the world anymore.

  • Southern cooking at it best,I do one thing different,so I don’t have to flip my eggs if you don’t have a lid,put a piece of fun foil over the top for a couple of mins,and it will cook the top.with our flipping.

  • My grandpa just suggested having tomatoes because it helps w/ prostrate health. I am going to try this for breakfast. Thanks for the video Oldman ����

  • Okkkaaayyyyy. Psychological damage I suffered when broke back mountain movie my wife dragged me to see has been cured. Thank you cowboy, the world has tilted back on its axes. Eggs, tamatoe, bread I had this am. Now all I need is a horse, dog and a new wife. So long pardner.

  • This receipt is something supper. It absolutely delicious. I just fixed it. And I like the way you talk about it and it’s motivating, thanks ������

  • I don’t know if anyone has asked this or not, but can you use just the general store bought tomatoes with this? Like beef steak tomatoes. Or would it just turn to mush?

  • Hi old man C. I’m in England and I love watching your egg and tomato recipe. It’s so tasty and your videos are great. Keep up the good work!

  • I tried this out this morning, I was searching for a fried red tomato video and came across yours! Was delicious thanks for you videos! Hello from Tyler, TX

  • I love tomatoes for breakfast but being ripe, crisp, the texture all make the tomato good to me.  Raw fresh ripe tomatoes go wonderfully with eggs, or alone.  I don’t think frying them makes them as near appealing as leaving them raw.

  • Looks good but I’m pretty sure I could’ve figured this one out without a video! (…never saw a professional chef set a timer for eggs before…hmmm)

  • What the actual fuck did I just watch hahaha. You both entertained me and slightly creeped me out. I just wanted to caramelise some tomatoes.

  • i think u actually supposed to Cook for THIRTY Minutes the tomato to get MOST ANTI-OXIDANT Value?
    Is that true But they taste so GOOD when Cold & RAW!! Broccoli better when cooked though ; Lourissa in NYC

  • I’m sorry man, that was a whole lot of childs play. I would like to subscribe but not sure if i can take it. I actually felt embarrassed for u. Im sure im not the only one. Good luck

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  • I just love watching Gordon, he is the best in the world. However, I hate avocados, vile and oily, I heave at raw, undercooked meat bleeding all over the plate and I absolutely hate olive oil. I could not eat a meal swimming in oil the way Gordon serves them, but I do love watching him prepare food. It is an art form. Like watching the ballet. Fascinated horror, maybe. Watch him all day, though. Sorry, Gordon, I really am a huge fan of yours, but I genuinely prefer the much lower calorie and cheaper way I cook food, although I am an absolute devotee of your huge talent. I have been cooking for over 50 years and I am actually thinking of starting my own, healthy eating, low calorie, cheap to produce, but utterly tasty site. It won’t be Michelin starred cooking, but it will be cheap, healthy and fun.

  • I learned many things from Gordon. I learned how to properly part a chicken through his video before he even did that on Masterchef. And this one is so easy and budget friendly!:)

  • It saddens me to see that Gordon is clueless on how to handle an avocado, never squeze or press on the avocado, simply hold it firmly with your full hand and you can easily tell if the avodcado is ripe or not, without ruining it

  • I just don’t get the fascination with avocado I suppose if you cover it in enough shit I might taste of something otherwise its tasteless

  • I can’t stand how every celeb chef feels the need to over season every single thing they make. Even when they make multiple things for one meal each one is drastically over seasoned.

  • You copy from another people and another people copy from your video the end we gonna have millions video in here. You have to learn how to make a shorter movie.

  • It looks really yummy and full pack of flavor. I’m really happy I found @t as this helped me a lot in my weight loss journey in addition to my eating habits. I hope this will help others as well!

  • Texture and flavour of avocado? Really? It is bland and tasteless.That’s why you use it in a salad with dressings and so on.Basically it’s like mozarella by it’s own it’s absolutely dreadful.

  • Copycat Cooking, This is one of the most beautiful dishes I’ve seen,thank you.I will try this. If you had slowed down the speed to say half the speed it would only be 6:32 instead of 3:16 Absolutely great work though. Thanks for sharing.