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An Easy 5-Minute Breakfast Recipe: Eggs and Creole Seasoning
I love eggs with creole seasoning, but I find it takes a bit too long to prepare. Here’s how I cook my eggs in five minutes.
This is my all-time favorite breakfast recipe. It’s quick and easy, and really very tasty. In fact, I like it so much that I often have it for lunch or dinner as well.
One of the best things about this recipe is the way you can vary it to suit your mood. For example, if you are feeling in the mood for something more substantial, you can use two eggs instead of one. Or if you prefer a spicier dish, you can use more Creole seasoning (or less if you don’t like spicy food). The beauty of this recipe is that you can personalize it to fit your own personal tastes. There are also many variations on this basic recipe which I will describe below.
This is how I make my eggs:
Take 2 eggs and crack them into a bowl. Add some milk and beat until the mixture is foamy. Then take half a tablespoon of creole seasoning (I use Zatarain’s Creole Seasoning) and sprinkle it over the eggs. Next, take some butter and fry the eggs in a frying pan until they are cooked but still slightly soft. Serve with toast and enjoy!
The key ingredient to any good egg recipe is a quality seasoning. We love this Creole Seasoning we picked up at the Birmingham Farmers Market. But you can use whatever you have on hand.
– Eggs – preferably pasture-raised, local.
– Olive oil or coconut oil
– Creole Seasoning
1. Heat skillet on medium heat with 1 Tbsp of olive oil or coconut oil for frying pan.
2. While pan is heating, crack eggs into bowl and beat together until nicely scrambled. Add a dash of creole seasoning to your liking. You can add more seasoning later if needed, so don’t go overboard here!
3. Once oil is heated, pour in eggs and scramble for about 4 minutes or until done to your liking.
4. Remove eggs from heat and top with another dash of seasoning and serve!
The key to a great breakfast is creole seasoning. Creole seasoning is the secret ingredient that adds a kick to any dish. It combines the perfect balance of spices to create this unique blend of flavors for whatever you are creating in the kitchen.
Creole Seasoning is a blend of herbs and spices that is used in Louisiana cooking, particularly New Orleans Creole cuisine. This blend has many uses from sprinkling on seafood, chicken, steaks, pork chops, eggs, vegetables and soups or stews. You can even use it in your baking or make a great dipping sauce using creole seasoning, mayonnaise and sour cream.
What is Creole Seasoning, anyway? It’s a seasoning mix that’s popular in and around New Orleans. It usually contains salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and cayenne or paprika. There are many different recipes for it out there.
Creole Seasoning is also called New Orleans Seasoning or Cajun Seasoning. Many people think they are the same thing, but there is a difference. Cajun seasoning doesn’t have any oregano in it, while Creole seasoning does. So if you’re wondering what Creole seasoning is, that’s it: it’s the same stuff you use in Cajun food, but with oregano in it.
So there you have it: Creole Seasoning is the same stuff as Cajun seasoning, with oregano in it.