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Healthy Mushroom Scrambled Eggs - Be Fit Be Cool Aapi Recipe, Anda Sabji, How To Make Healthy Mushroom Scrambled Eggs - Be Fit Be Cool Aapi Recipe

This is one of my most favorite scrambled egg dishes, and certainly an easy one. Tender, slow-cooked mushrooms and onion make this creamy, cheesy egg dish extra hearty for a special weekend breakfast.


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How to make Healthy Mushroom Scrambled Eggs - Be Fit Be Cool AAPI

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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
5 mins
Total time
10 mins
Healthy Mushroom Scrambled Eggs - Be Fit Be Cool AAPI
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Egg
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 15, 2019

Ingredients used in Healthy Mushroom Scrambled Eggs - Be Fit Be Cool AAPI
• Egg - 3 no.
• Milk - 1/4 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Mushroom (chopped) - 1 cup.
• Onion (chopped) - 1/4 cup.
• Spring onions - 2 teaspoons.
• Pepper powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
  • In a bowl, add eggs and whisk it well by adding milk in little quantities.
  • Add salt, mushroom, onion, spring onions, pepper powder, mix well and cook the mixture in oven for 2 minutes.
  • After 2 minutes, once mix the scrambled eggs and put back in oven for another 3 minutes.
Serve ithot with any toast.

Cooking with images Ande Rassa , Egg rasdar, Motte saaru



Starting your day with a healthy breakfast is one amazing factor which can keep you fit and healthy the day long. Most of the time people avoid eating breakfast or skip due to time constraint, but a healthy mushroom scrambled eggs would actually do a lot as its very easy to cook, fast to prepare, protein rich and gives wonderful earthy flavors of mushroom with little bit of pepper to get your metabolism going and finely chopped onions help in reducing the cholesterol.


This breakfast dish is a effortless yet elegant food that can be served with bread, bun, burger or can be eaten by itself. Mushrooms provide a perfect and healthy touch to this dish. This is a complete fat free dish cooked in microwave within few minutes. Like all other veggies and fruits, mushrooms are naturally gluten free and giving a classic taste to this dish. Edible Mushrooms are extensively used in Chinese, Korean, European and Japanese cuisines.


They are high in dietary fiber, protein and vitamins such as thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, biotin, cobalamine and ascorbic acid. Mushrooms are also a good source of some minerals, including selenium, potassium and phosphorus. Mushrooms are very healthy, high in nutritional values, low in calories and occasionally used for medicinal purpose. There are three parts to the mushroom, the stem, gills and cap. When you consider wild mushrooms there are literally thousands of different types of mushrooms.


Few common types of edible mushrooms are the Button mushrooms, Portobello mushrooms, Shiitake mushrooms and the Crimini Mushrooms. Mushroom is used as an ingredient in a number of dishes such as curries, sandwich, soup etc. Indian mushroom recipes are very popular. Mushroom soup is a nice way to start any day or a yummy multi course meal. A well spiced soup extremely flavourful and a definite delight.


An ultimate soul warming soup especially to stave off from a winter chill day! A must try soup as mushrooms are very low in calories and contain about 80 to 90 percent water. The other main ingredient, Eggs is one of the most comfortable food that is available right round the year. It not only provide with delicious dishes but also is an essential ingredients for various bakery products, sauce and numerous Indian dishes.


Egg is composed of a yellow yolk and translucent white surrounded by a protective shell that can be white or brown, depending upon the breed of the chicken. The shell's color is not related to the quality or nutritional value of the egg itself. Eggs holds an esteemed place not only for its wonderful taste and nutritional content but serves many unique functions in cooking that includes coagulation, foaming, emulsification and browning. Hard-boiled eggs are fun to eat and easy to pack for on-the-go lunches.


For example just mix chopped up hard-boiled eggs with fresh lemon juice and olive oil, leeks and dill (and salt and pepper to taste) to make a healthy egg salad. Egg can be cooked in many ways and of all Egg burji and fried eggs are my favourites. This dish is one of the most popular and special because of the time it actually takes to prepare. A very convenient dish to make! The egg burji with pav (bread) is one of popular street cart food over many cities and also found prepared at railway platforms.


Mushroom scrambled eggs, this is one of the things that I did with those fresh eggs because it would be a hard time for me folding those fluffy omelettes which would lastly end up as scrambled eggs. Interestingly sometimes I also tried making it a healthier and balanced meal by adding sausages or bacons or mushrooms which would really enhance the taste and flavors of this dish.

Egg is one of the most natural nutritious foods containing many essential nutrients for a balanced diet for adults and children. Eggs are economical too and they are excellent source of protein and rich in vitamins A, D, E, B12 and niacin, minerals like calcium, zinc and iron. If you just eat the white of egg than it is low in calories and fat. The most recent studies show that cholesterol content of one large egg is 213 milligrams. All of the cholesterol is in the yolk.


Eggs are best served during breakfast or snack time. Normally doctor’s advice growing kids to eat eggs and also sports people are advised to eat egg and it gives them strength and energy. The nutritional value of an egg is divided between the egg white and egg yolk. The egg yolks are one such natural food that contains vitamin D. Muscles, organs, skin, hair as well as antibodies, enzymes, transport molecules and hormones are all made from protein.


Each protein has a certain number and sequence of amino acids. Nine amino acids cannot be made by the body. These nine are known as essential amino acids and you must get them from the foods you eat. You can make a variety of dishes with eggs like the Egg Toast, Cheese Omelette, Egg curry, Egg Biryani, Egg pakora and many more.



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LoveHaterization Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

Love mushrooms! More mushroom recipes!! ?

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James C Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

Chef loving the recipes but people need to be educated on portion control, the dangers of hidden sugars etc etc A little bit of butter on your toast (wholemeal much better) won't harm you. Whilst its great you can make recipes without oil etc thi

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Hobo Van Camp Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

NOOO!!!! That's not how you make scrambled eggs. Please see Gordon Ramsey's recipe.?

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Whaleform Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

why was my comment deleted...all i said that this is dissapointing and far from healthy.. a microwave denatures alot of the goodness of eggs can do much better chef?

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lolxseekerx Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

to all you people complaining about microwave destroying the nutrients in the food, do your research properly. Let me tell you it does not destroy the nutrients, well i mean not the way you think but cooking food in anyways even in pan where heat is

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myrtle solomon Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

Sorry chef but I personally did not like that scrambled eggs with mushrooms in it.?

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TheGangguns Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014


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saggitbow Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

Dear Vahchef, please use some oil in your recipes. Reducing weight or fighting obesity does not mean oil-free food.?

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TheCorruptor123 Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

Healthy food doesn't mean u don't need to use oil !!!! Olive oil for example has a lot of healthy properties !?

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Koulu Koti Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

I always appreciate yr cooking but these episode are all lot giving wrong education of staying fit and healthy.please go and have alook on other nutritional viedos. Really disappointing recipes. Madu?

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Serkan E Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

Just cooking the eggs with butter (or olive oil) would be much much much healthier than using the micro wave. Really dissappoined chef, you should inform yourself well in health because you have a lot of viewers, you don't wanna give wrong info a

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InHarmony Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

most disgusting looking scrambled eggs i've seen.  Microwave? seriously? might as well get a non-stick pan.?

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