These are the Items I will be using to make the eggs.
1. Whipped Unsalted Butter 2. Low fat Milk 3. Mrs. Dash 4. Fresh Brown Eggs LARGE. 5. (on top of the eggs) Sargento 4 Cheese Mexican ,Fine Cut 6. Velveeta Cheese Original
I add my Unsalted Butter into my skillet. I turned the burner up on medium just to warm the Skillet up and melt the butter. Once you place the butter in the pan, I turn it down LOW.
**Note** In this entire Snap Guide I will graduately Adjust the temp of the burner. I do this so the egg cook evenly and allows the cheese to really melt. This takes some time, not extremely quick
So here I added four eggs and whisked them together.
This is the COLOR STEP!! This is part of how our eggs get that Sunset look! You add the milk Gradually so that it lightens the color of the egg. But dont over power the eggs
I cut about a inch of veleeta cheese and broke it up with my finger into cubes and plut them in the skillet to soften it. This what gives our eggs that dark orange, yellowish color making our Sunrise!
I turn the heat up and pour the eggs in the pan
I added the season (this is steak I added into it) an you slowly turn the heat up for them to cook
Although I cooked my eggs with steak today I will show you picture of the eggs I cooked the day before. With the same step with out extra food added
Once you've turned the skillet up to medium heat you wanna take a spoon and slowly turn the eggs in a flipping notion. I ALWAYS use a spoon to make the eggs have bigger chunks
As you slowly flip the eggs around they look like this. You want to keep flipping them around until they DON'T have that runny look
And this is what they turn out like! :-) Fluffy and light! Now these eggs I did use all the same ingredients as posted earlier and this snapguide should 5/8 minutes cooking time. 10minutes total;prep
After adding the finishing touches of Sargento cheese this is how mine turned out today!! Enjoy!! Question & comments? Let me know :)