Can You Microwave Eggs?Of course! We wouldn’t be here if you couldn’t. This microwave method is hands-off (compared to the traditional stovetop method) and comes together in just a few minutes with three ingredients. What more could you ask for in a shortcut recipe?
How to Cook Eggs In the MicrowaveThere are plenty of ways to cook eggs in the microwave, but this method for scrambled eggs is perhaps our favorite. You’ll find the full recipe below, but here’s a brief overview of what you can expect:Crack the eggs into a microwave-safe bowl or mug, then mix well with milk and salt. Heat the eggs in the microwave for about 30 seconds, remove and beat well, then return to the microwave for another 30 seconds. Repeat until eggs are fully cooked and scrambled.
How Long to Microwave EggsEvery microwave is different. The process could take anywhere from 1 minute to 2.5 minutes. Just be sure to microwave in 30-second intervals and to beat the eggs between every interval – this way, the eggs will scramble evenly and won’t be overcooked.
Microwave Egg VariationsWe think this three-ingredient recipe is perfect as it is. But, if you want to dress them up a bit, try one (or more) of these tasty mix-ins:Cheese
Stir in some shredded Cheddar or Monterey Jack for a cheesy twist.
Diced ham or chopped bacon makes this hearty recipe even more filling.Veggies
Diced bell peppers, onions, and spinach add color and flavor. To turn up the heat, try jalapeños.Herbs
Fresh herbs – such as basil, rosemary, oregano, and thyme – lend bright, earthy flavor.
What to Serve With Scrambled EggsFor a classic breakfast, try pairing these microwave scrambled eggs with Basic Biscuits and Oven-Baked Bacon. You could also make a satisfying Scrambled Egg Sandwich or Breakfast Burrito. With this recipe, it’s easy to keep it basic or get as creative as you want. The world is your oyster!
Allrecipes Community Tips and Praise“I think this is an extremely handy technique for saving some dollars when you don’t have a kitchen to cook in,” says Christina De Jess Villanueva. “I made some scrambled eggs, toast and had a simple sandwich. Bonus points for adding toppings if you have them, I just didn’t. Thanks for sharing!”“The constant stirring solves the rubbery eggs problem you normally get from microwaving,” according to Tracy Gravel.“Our kitchen is torn apart and we were hungry for a hot breakfast this morning,” says PAMimi. “Made these scrambled eggs and heated pre-cooked sausages at the same time. Had fresh fruit as a side. Excellent breakfast.”Editorial contributions by Corey Williams
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