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Monsoon Scrambled Eggs with Beef, Oats and Tomatoes

     Being trapped in my apartment because of the monsoon flood have required me to be more creative with my food and what supplies I have left.  Today, I'm gonna share with you guys my scrambled eggs recipe that I have named after the flood which brought havoc to Metro Manila.

The Pinoy Wanderer's Habagat Scrambled Eggs Recipe
"Monsoon" Scrambled Eggs with Ground Beef, Oats and Tomatoes

Ingredients

For the Ground Beef Adobo:
1/4 kilo Ground beef[1]
Oil for sautéing
5 cloves garlic, minced[2]
1/8 cup chopped kinchay
Soy sauce, salt, and pepper to taste

For the Scrambled Eggs:
3 medium sized eggs
1 pack Maggi Magic Sarap (or salt if not available)
1/2 cup quick cooking oats[3]
1/2 cup prepared Ground Beef Adobo (or as much as you want)
3 or 4 medium-sized tomatoes, diced
2 regular cheesedog (optional -- but this will add some kick to your scrambled eggs, so go ahead with it ☺)



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Cooking Instructions

For the Ground Beef Adobo:
  • Cook ground beef in water, simmer until tender.  Drain excess water.  Set aside.
  • Saute garlic in oil then add the boiled ground beef.  Season with salt and pepper, add soy sauce for extra flavor and darker color.  Cook until golden brown. 
  • Garnish with the chopped kinchay.
  • Drain excess oil then set aside.

[1] Ground pork will also do, but ground beef is preferred.  Tasteful in every bite.  I regularly prepare a kilo of ground beef and just keep it in my fridge.  Comes in handy when I'm cooking pasta, sautéing veggies, or just making scrambled eggs.  But for this recipe, 1/4 kilo is more than enough.  You can keep the excess.

[2] Use as many as you want. I just enjoy the smell of garlic when being fried so I use a lot.  And my mom says it lowers cholesterol level or something.

[3] I use RAM quick cooking oats, it has more fiber and protein content than the other brands I've checked.  Cheaper too.

For the Monsoon Scrambled Eggs:

  • Boil cheesedog in water until cooked.  Drain, then cut in thin bite slices when cool enough.  Dice your yummy tomatoes while waiting for them to cool off.  Set both aside.
  • Beat 3 eggs in a bowl, and season with 3 pinches of Maggi Magic Sarap or the amount of salt that you normally would.
  • After making sure the eggs are beaten enough, add 1/2 cup of quick cooking oatmeal.  Beat gently until thoroughly mixed.  By the way, you can use instant oatmeal too.
  • Heat oil in pan, then throw in your scrambled eggs.  Using a cooking spoon, I usually slice my scrambled eggs in little squares.  I don't want them just all lumpy, yep!
  • Add in the Ground Beef Adobo and sliced cooked cheesedog.
  • Season with additional Maggi Magic Sarap (or salt) if you prefer.
  • Add the tomatoes and simmer for maybe 5-10 seconds more.  Don't overcook the tomatoes, we want them crunchy and still juicy.

     Serves at least 3 (regular-eating) folks.  You can eat this solo or with your toast or fried rice.  I usually just pair it with bread and oatmeal drink.  Enjoy and see you on my next wandering!

25 comments:

  1. Yummy! Nagutom tuloy ako! Good job Myke!

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    1. Haha, thanks Ms. Embam! I'm just trying to play around with what's left of my supplies while stranded here inside my apartment.

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  2. Yummy... hallo bro.. how are u ?

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    1. Hey Ryan, I'm fine. Thanks! And thank you for your visit too. :)

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  3. wow... sarap naman nyan.... buti na lang marunong ka magluto.. hehehe...

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    1. Hey Irvin! A little bit, yeah, haha! Living away from home forces one to learn stuff like cooking. :P

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  4. hemmmmm..i wan to eat Now ha ha ha

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  5. Wow, sarap naman nyan parekoy. Try ko nga din lutuin yan. This recipe is cleverly named after Habagat lols

    Typhoon Helen is coming, stay safe!

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    1. Haha, thank you fiel. You too buddy, stay safe. No matter how sturdy and strong our homes are, no-one is ever truly safe from the wrath of nature. All we can do is pray and continue to be vigilant.

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  6. ang sarap naman.. dapat anjan na lang din ako natrap, nabusog pa ko.. hahaha hey mike, hope all is fine now.. :)

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    1. Yeah, come on over, haha! Thanks RD, all is well. How's your vacation? Hopefully the monsoon rains have not dampened your holiday mood. ☺

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  7. power-up@tuesday afternoon visit. link me back please. thanks...

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  8. Bro!!! i dont want buko pie anymore!!!! now i want this now??? When can go to diiner=??? you pay of courseD :)

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  9. whew! i love eggs... pero di ko pa natikman yung may oatmeal... di ko ma-imagine ang lasa hihihi pero syempre, since share mo sya sa blog mo, masarap for sure. kaya I will try it some time also... :)

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    1. Hey sexy Ledz! Oatmeal is neutral tasting. If ever, it will just add volume to the scrambled eggs. My recipe mainly tastes beef, and the tomatoes add a bit of crunch and -- well, they say tomatoes (like cheese) has natural umami property. There's the cheese dog to add more flavor and the kinchay on the ground beef adobo gives a subtle herb flavor and smell. This will surely delight you. ☺

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  10. Yum! I cook a dish like this all the time because it's my daughter's favorite but I haven't try to make it with oats and kinchay. I’ll give it a try next time :) Thank you for sharing po.

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    1. Hey Sam, you're welcome. Hope your family enjoy this recipe. Take care. ☺

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    1. Thank you! Do try it out, just use healthy oil for sautéing. ☺

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  12. Hmmm... This looks delicious. Ganito yung mga gusto kong pagkain. tingin pa lang, mabigat na sa tiyan. haha. masubukan nga. :)

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    1. Yeah, go ahead and try it out. Hope you like the recipe. ☺

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  13. I'm so hungry to see the food ... hihihihi... :)

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    1. Right now, I'm hungry too. Let's go grab a bite. Haha!

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