Ultimate Egg Scramble

Ultimate Egg Scramble

Wes Fryer
the perfect savory way to eat scrambled eggs
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Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 4


  • 1 nonstick skillet medium to large size
  • 1 sharp chopping knife
  • 1 metal whisk medium size
  • 1 plastic spatula



  • Cook bacon in skillet over medium heat, keep leftover grease in the pan.
  • Chop andouille sausage while bacon is cooking.
  • Set cooked bacon aside on a plate with a paper towel to absorb extra grease.
  • Cook and brown andouille sausage in leftover bacon grease. Remove from skillet and set aside (leaving excess grease in the pan) when cooked.
  • Core and remove stem / seeks from jalapeños, chop along with onions and combine. Set aside in a small bowl.
  • Sautee chopped peppers and jalapeños.
  • Crack eggs in medium size glass measuring cup or small bowl, whisk to mix and add desired seasoning (I use Traeger)
  • Wash and chop the tomato, removing any parts of the stem.
  • When onions are turning brown / translucent, add cooked bacon and sausage, along with tomato.
  • Add scrambled / whisked eggs, stirring periodically to cook evenly.
  • Remove eggs and put in a serving bowl when cooked, when eggs are still a little moist and not fully dry / hardened.
  • Serve and enjoy with your desired hot sauce: Yellow Bird, Pace Picante, Tabasco, or Sriracha Chili Sauce


Leftover brisket or pulled pork can be substituted for bacon and sausage, or Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage can be used. This combination of bacon and andouille sausage is excellent, however. Costco’s andouille sausage is a great value and tastes fantastic.
Keyword brunch, eggs
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We love to enjoy egg scrambles for breakfast or brunch at our house, and this one is a winner. No potatoes included, so it’s low carb. This recipe can serve from 2 to 4 people, depending on the side items you also offer and everyone’s appetite!

Here’s a photo of the cook right after combining the cooked bacon and sausage with the peppers and onion, just before adding the whisked eggs.

Combining Ingredients!” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

It’s always great to have some good options for hot sauce to add to eggs. A few of our favorites include Tabasco (original), Hot Chile Sriracha, Yellowbird Serrano, and Pace Chunky Salsa!

Choose Your Egg Scramble Hot Sauce” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

When cooking the eggs, remember not to OVERcook them! Remove from the heat before the egg

Almost Ready to Serve” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

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