Scrambled Egg Omelet
Say goodbye to the days when you had to decide whether to make scrambled eggs or an omelet, since with this exciting breakthrough in the latest breakfast technology, you're able to have both at the same time. Serve this up with toast slathered with jam.
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While this will work with 2 eggs, I recommend using 3, as the texture does come out better.
You can use any finely and freshly chopped herbs you like and can use butter instead of olive oil. As long as you don't use too much, feel free to add whatever other ingredients you want, such as a different cheese, diced ham, or vegetables.
This can be made in a large nonstick pan, shaped the same way, but the eggs will cook much faster, so watch your heat and go slowly.