Microwave Salsa Scramble

Microwave Scramble ~ Super Food Recipes

These popular kitchen appliances are useful.

For rapid heating of otherwise slowly prepared cooking items, such as butter, soups, and leftovers.

Unlike conventional ovens.

These ovens usually do not directly brown or caramelize food.

Since they rarely attain the necessary temperatures to do so.

Exceptions occur in rare cases where the oven is used to heat frying-oil and other very oily items (such as bacon).

Which attain far higher temperatures than that of boiling water.

A common misconception is that these ovens cook food "from the inside out."

Meaning from the center of the entire mass of food outwards.

This idea arises from heating behavior seen if an absorbent layer of water lies beneath a less absorbent dryer layer at the surface of a food.

In this case, the deposition of heat inside a food can exceed that on its surface.

In most cases, however, with uniformly structured or reasonably homogenous food item.

Microwaves are absorbed in the outer layers of the item in a manner somewhat similar to heat from other methods.

Microwave Salsa Scramble

Okay, now anybody can prepare this easy dish!

I mean anybody.

It's fast, easy and nutritious.

Perfect for those busy mornings when you or the kids are running a little late.

The beauty is that while your breakfast is cooking you can continue with the tasks at hand.

This is the perfect multi-tasking meal.

See for yourself.


2 whole eggs.

4 egg whites.

1/2 c. no-sugar-added, tomato salsa.

Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper.

So far, so good?



1. With a fork, stir 1 whole egg and 2 egg whites in a plastic or glass bowl.

Cover with a paper towel and cook on high 1 minute.

Remove from the oven and stir.

Cook again in Micro-oven for 30 seconds.

Remove and stir in 1/4 c. salsa.

2. Add sea salt and cracked pepper to taste.

Repeat with a second bowl and remaining ingredients.

Makes 2 Servings.


Per Serving:

127 Calories,

14 g. Protein,

5 g. Carbohydrates,

5 g. Fat,

2 g. Saturated Fat,

213 mg. Cholesterol,

1 g. Fiber,

352 mg. Sodium.

That's it and that's that.

Now, preparing the ingredients the night before in anticipation of running behind.

Would bring the time of cooking and consumption to under five minutes total.

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