When she put her thumb in to pull the shell apart the egg squirted her in the face!
The Guy took over stirring momentarily to let her put the meat in the mix.
This is usually where her part ends, since I have been hesitant to let her near the stove, but I guess it is a good time to teach care and safety. So, under our careful watch she cooked the eggs all by herself!
She must have done a great job b/c she and The Guy scarfed them right up! She has gotten experimental w/ hot sauce, too, so feel free to add some if you try our "breakfast nachos".
Egg dishes are fun b/c they are endlessly creative. You can add anything to them, and it is a fun way to snazz up leftovers. Instead of frying stovetop you can also pour them into muffin cups and bake for a frittata like individual portion. I like to save those in baggies to make weekday breakfast sandwiches.
You will need:
Approximately 2 eggs per person
milk (we use plain soy)
leftover taco meat (I love making taco salad b/c we always have leftover meat, which means creatively using it up!)
Mix the eggs, milk, meat and some of the cheese well in a bowl. Cook as you would any other scrambled eggs.
Separate into serving bowls, and add a generous amount of salsa w/ a dollop of sour cream (you can add more cheese if you like). The Kid likes to mix it all together and add a little Cholula sauce. Serve w/ chips.