Egg-Mayo Scramble

Tired of your plain scrambled eggs? Here's one that's made extra savory, rich and fluffy!

You know I'm always on the look-out for quick and easy recipes -- proof of which is my Mom-Cook category in this blog.  Ergo, when I saw this video by Lady's Choice and Chef Bruce Lim, I did not hesitate to try this super simple dish that anybody, even kids, can make!

The surprise ingredient to this classic scrambled egg is the addition of mayonnaise into the mix.  In our kitchen cabinet, you will always find refill packs of Lady's Choice Sandwich spread (with the red label below), and a jar in our refrigerator. So I very much welcomed the addition of their Real Mayonnaise sent to us a while back, and happily tried their Scambulicious recipe with my girl. :)

We like our scrambled eggs more hearty and savory, that's why I always add fillings like the family-favorite Spam, mushrooms, asparagus, onions, or cheese, or a combination of these.

For this version, I tweaked the Chef's recipe and added Spam, chopped onions and button mushrooms.  Great for a filling breakfast, but we made this dish for dinner. =)


4 eggs
3 tablespoons Lady's Choice mayonnaise
1 tablespoon Lady's Choice sandwich spread
2 slices Spam, diced
1 tablespoon chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped button mushrooms
salt and pepper
cooking oil
I put in too much mayo and forgot the 4th egg so I added it in while she's beating...

To prepare:
Beat eggs with mayonnaise. Make sure they are mixed well. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Set aside.
* I replaced 1 tablespoon of plain mayo with sandwich spread since we like the extra tang of the relish in the sandwich spread.  (Chef Bruce recommends 1:1 proportion for egg and mayo)
Heat pan.
Chop Spam, onions, mushrooms.

To cook:
Saute onions, Spam and mushrooms in about 1 tablespoon of oil until Spam and onions are cooked.
Pour over egg-mayo mixture and let it set a few seconds.
Push and toss around with frying spatula while scrambled eggs are forming.
Cook to your desired doneness.

Plate and serve immediately.
Good for 2 to 4.

I served this with ketchup. Even with too much mayo, it still turned out great! I had this with piping hot rice while hubby made a scrambled egg sandwich. :)

Watch the cooking video below featuring:
1. Chef Bruce Lim’s Twice Baked Potato with Scrambled Eggs and Bacon

2. Angel Aquino cooking scrambled eggs with Lady’s Choice mayonnaise 

3. Lady’s Choice Scrambulicious testimonials


Videos and recipes courtesy of Lady's Choice Mayonnaise.

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