1. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    I need to furnish 10 dozed scramplbe eggs for breakfast next Tuesday at 05:00. I know how to do the eggs, I knkow I can put them in the crock pot to keep warm (and turn to leather) but I was wondering if I could cook them in the crock pot.

    Times and whether start high then turn to low or...?

    Thanks

    Pops
  2. LIKTOSHOOT

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  3. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    I did the 5 dozen eggs in the crock pots. Someone else offered to do eggs, also. They were very well received by the crew.

    I will say that 12 hours on low was too long in one crock pot and just about right in the other.

    For each crock pot:
    2 1/2 dozen eggs
    2 bunches chives (small green onions) chopped
    1 1/5 pounds GOOD bacon, chopped & fried
    16 ounces sour cream
    2 tablespoons lemon pepper (get the real lemon pepper, not the salt with lemon zest and pepper)

    Chop and fry the bacon; set aside
    Chop the chives/onions, discarding the wilted ends of the greens (about the last inch)
    Whip the eggs in a LARGE bowl and add the sour cream
    Stir in the chives, bacon pieces and lemon pepper
    Pour into the crock pot and set to low
    At about 6 hours in, stir

    Get up in the morning and pack the pots in towels and head to work.
    Stir the eggs, breaking the crust to make them servable (is that a word?)

    Pops
  4. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth New Member

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    Oh god, that sounds good.

    Soo glad you used the crockpots! :p

    Definately have to remember this one in the future, we did pancakes/sausage/hashbrowns and coffee for just under 100 folks Sun morning, but I cant wait to replace that with your recipie here.

    Glad it turned out!

    Crpdeth
  5. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    Remember, the eggs will grow as they cook. Don't fill the pot over 1/2 to begin with and you'll be alright.

    I would do a small amount first, to see how your corckpot cooks. The recipe I got the idea from calls for a dozen and 12-14 hours. I did 2 1/2 dozen and should have given the big pot less time. Those were just a little dry, but nobody complained.

    Pops
  6. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth New Member

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    Sound advice, I'll remember that...


    Yeah well, after all that work they may be swallowing teeth instead of breakfast if they did. :D

    Crpdeth
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