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Today we are giving the site over to Levi to share one of his favorite recipes. As a consistent contributor, Levi has shared some fun information with us in the past, but today is something new. Today he’s sharing a post specifically with kids in mind. So, if you have kids, share this with them. If you are a kid…stay right here!
Hi, today i’m going to teach you how to make delicious scrambled eggs.
You start by getting your pan covered in olive oil, not too much but just enough that it covers the whole pan. Set your stovetop to six and wait for twenty seconds, when it is ready crack two eggs and put them in the pan, NOT THE FLOOR!
Wash your hands afterwards, I should also mention that you should not make this without permission, or if needed, supervision. Once the bottom of the egg has cooked, season it using your best judgement(aka your moms best judgement). Then take a spatula and cut the bottom and mix it around and keep stirring.Soon it will turn the color of yolk, season it again and keep stirring, don’t stir too much because it will take forever if it can’t stay in one place. Once it is a pee color in most areas(some parts might be white), season it one last time(evening out the seasoning will make it burst with flavor everywhere). Take it out now and serve to whomever you wish. This will not only show you care but it will also butter them up for the rest of the day, and they’ll feel obligated to do things for you. Also if you continue to do this the following things may happen.
1. You will make a friend
2.You will get extra electronic time
3.You will get food back
4.You will be thanked (it may not be much, but you feel great)
5.You will be called a suck up
6. they’ll clean up for you(this is good because its super easy to make and if you made yourself some, you basically get a work-free breakfast.
I am not responsible if number five happens to you, you will be completely responsible.
If you want a more grown up version of eggs, try our scrambled eggs and chorizo. And, thanks to Levi for bringing us a fun tutorial!! Stay tuned for more tutorials designed for kids!