Although hubbs can eat cereal any time of the day, I prefer a little variety in my meals. Eggs are an easy go-to for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I can only make eggs reliably well in one way:
sunny side up. Crack open the egg, season it, and you're finished. My omelettes (really? this is how 'omlets' is spelled?) are moderately edible, but not consistently yummy. I learned how to make poached eggs, but they're too much work so I gave up on that. I know how to make boiled eggs, but they smell like fart.
Now scrambled eggs...I've tried many times, but always ended up with a dry, poorly seasoned, smelly, yellow mess in the pan. Not anymore! I finally learned that you have to turn off the stove just as the eggs start to look creamy. Then, they continue to cook as you put the finishing touches on them and transfer them to a plate. Here is a Pinterest-inspired scrambled egg dish with spices - click here for the original recipe. I modified it by reducing amount of turmeric to 1/2 tsp, adding coriander and cumin powders, and using ground instead of fresh ginger. We've eaten this by itself, but if you want to make a full meal out of it, spread it between toasted slices of potato bread or warmed tortillas.