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This simple steamed egg recipe only uses 5 ingredients and is the perfect morning meal or side dish to your dinner entrée. The best thing about 1Eatz egg kits are that it's healthy, made with all natural ingredients, no artificial flavors or preservatives.
With 5 different flavors to choose from, you can continuously keep your eggs exciting and interesting. For this recipe, I used my favorite flavor Mushroom, Red Bell Pepper and Green Onion but you can use any of egg kit flavor of your choosing!
You can eat these right away or covered in the refrigerator up to 2 days and pop them into the microwave to reheat for 30-45 secs.
6 Servings (depending on bowl size), Approx. 20 mins
What You'll Need
1eatz Egg Kit (flavor of your choosing)
1-1.5 Cup of Water (depending on volume of your eggs)
1-1.5 Cup of Vegetable or Chicken Stock (depending on volume of your eggs)
Pinch of Salt
All You Need To Do
Crack your eggs into a measuring cup and beat them lightly with a fork until smooth. Note: You do not want to over beat your eggs or they'll become dense.
Depending on how much volume your egg produces will determine how much water and stock you use. You will one one equal part of water and one equal part of stock. For example: If your egg mixture measures out to 1 Cup of egg, you will use 1 cup of water and 1 cup of stock.
Pour your egg mixture through a fine mesh strainer into a medium bowl to remove any lumps from the egg.
Add your egg kit ingredients into a medium bowl. Add your water, stock, a pinch of salt and mix thoroughly.
Slowly pour your stock into the egg and give it a light stir with your fork.
Divide the mixture evenly into your heat proof bowls. I use six 3.6 oz ramekins.
Place your bowls into a steamer and steam on low for 12-15 mins. Your cooking time will vary depending on your volume and depth of your bowls.
You can eat them as is or season with some soy sauce or chili oil.
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