How do you like your eggs-cheese or no cheese?
- fldhkybnva Dec 13, 2013 05:43 PM
I was solidly in the "always with cheese" camp (except fried, boiled, poached) until I recently was sick and had a strong aversion to cheese. Now I think I really enjoy them also without cheese. Omelets and frittas seem to always get some cheese, scrambled eggs I now take without. How do you like your eggs? Does it depend on the preparation method?
Generally without. Principal exceptions are Cotija in a breakfast taco and usually some sort on a frittata.
NO cheese please. I like cheese to an extent but I never really liked the flavor of cheese and eggs together.
The idea of cheese in my scrambled eggs made me want to stab people when I was a kid. I remember one time my grandparents were in town and she made breakfast. I took a bite of my eggs and tasted cheese, then immediately pitched a fit. I was excused.
Then in my late teens, I went through a phase where I wouldn't eat them WITHOUT cheese.
Egg sandwiches and omelets require cheese. Scrambled eggs can go with or without. Fried, boiled, and poached never get cheese.
Def. depends on the prep. But I will eat a slice or two of cheese on the side to accompany the eggs sometimes too.
If cheese is added and the cheese makes the eggs greasy I won't enjoy them.
Cheese PLEASE. First, let me say, I don't eat a lot of eggs, maybe a couple a month. Growing up, the only way I could eat eggs would be scrambled with cheese and my mom hardly ever cooked them this way so the only time I really enjoyed eggs would be when I went to visit my grandma in NC. She always made scrambled eggs with sharp country cheddar.
I much more prefer to have the whites of the egg. Don't really care for omelettes or frittatas but like boiled, scrambled and fried. Cheese can go on all.