Easter Scrambled Eggs | イースターのスクランブルエッグ

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Easter Scrambled Eggs

Welcome spring and Easter into your brunch with these scrambled eggs, with double the eggs! Little colourful quail eggs decorate the creamy yellow eggs and add a beautiful seasonal touch! These are sure to put a smile on anyone’s face and bring happiness to any morning!

Ingredients (serves 4)
❤12 eggs
❤1/4 cup milk
❤1-2 tsp dried chives
❤salt and pepper
❤olive oil
❤6 hard-boiled quail eggs
❤food colouring

Directions
1. Dye the quail eggs your desired colours. Drop some food colouring into glasses, and then fill them with water. Adding lots of food colouring will make the colour stick to the eggs faster. Today I used pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple food colouring.
2. Beat the chicken eggs, season with salt and pepper, and add the milk and chives. Whisk the eggs very well.
3. Drizzle some olive oil onto a frying pan set to medium heat, and add the beaten egg mixture. Scramble the eggs with a spatula, and when the eggs have become fluffy but are still shiny, place them onto a plate. Top with the quail eggs, and you’re done!

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材料(4人分)
❤卵     12個
❤牛乳                 ¼カップ
❤チャイブ(フリーズドライ)小さじ1~2
❤塩と胡椒
❤オリーブオイル
❤うずら卵(固茹で) 6個
❤食用色素     お好みの色

作り方
①固茹でうずら卵をお好みの色に染める。グラスに食用色素を入れ、水に溶かす。食用色素をたっぷり使えば、色が更に速くつけられる。今回、ピンク色、オレンジ色、黄色、緑色、青色と紫色に染めた。
②卵を割り、塩コショウをし、牛乳とチャイブを加える。よ~く混ぜる。
③フライパンを中火にし、オリーブオイルを少々かけ、溶き卵を入れる。ゴムペラでグルグルとかき混ぜる。トロトロふわふわになったら、器に盛り、うずら卵をその上に飾り、完成です!

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