Scrambled Eggs With Miso, Onions, and Spinach Recipe

by Kelly R. Smith

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Scrambled eggs with miso, onions, and spinach
Scrambled eggs with miso, onions, and spinach

This article was updated on 09/10/20.

The miso in these scrambled eggs gives it that very creamy rather than the usual “huge curd” appearance. What is miso? Basically, it’s a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting soybeans with salt and kōji resulting in an umami-heavy paste.

This recipe serves one; if you are making it for a group, like for a potluck of Labor Day gathering, the ingredients are easy to adjust. This is a recipe that makes it is easy to stay with organic food and that’s what I suggest.

Ingredient List

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 2 teaspoons white or red miso paste
  • 1/4 cup diced red onion
  • 1/2 cup finely-sliced spinach
  • 1/4 cup finely-sliced basil
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Amount of shredded cheese to your taste; I threw in 1/2 cup of Swiss (optional)

Update: Today I made this dish for lunch again. I added in 2 large cloves of garlic, minced, and 1 cup of red cabbage, cut up tiny. It came out great. The only drawback was when I cut up the garlic. She-who-must-be obeyed complained that it was burning her nose. But, but. it’s good for my high blood pressure!

Preparation Steps

  1. Crack the eggs into a mixing bowl.
  2. Whisk in the miso until well mixed.
  3. Whisk in the remaining ingredients (except the optional cheese; see step 8).
  4. Add the butter to a sauce pan or skillet.
  5. Heat at medium-low heat just until the butter is melted.
  6. Add the egg mixture.
  7. Use a wooden spoon to stir the mixture until just almost done.
  8. Remove the pan from the heat and add in the cheese.
  9. Continue to stir for a moment until done.
  10. Turn out onto a plate and enjoy!

Health Benefits of Miso

Most of us already know the nutrition benefits of eggs lots of protein, they raise HDL (the good cholesterol), they’re loaded with nutrients, many studies show that they lower the chance of a hemorrhagic stroke, and they offer lutein and zeaxanthin to help to keep you from getting eye diseases like cataracts. But what about miso?

  • Rich in probiotics.
  • Nervous system support.
  • Beneficial for women in early pregnancy (folate).
  • Vitamin K for bone strength.

So you can see that combining scrambled eggs with miso not only makes a great breakfast (breakfast tacos, anyone?) but a quick dinner after a long day. And the dish goes well with additional ingredients that are to your liking.

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Photo of Kelly R. SmithKelly R. Smith is an Air Force veteran and was a commercial carpenter for 20 years before returning to night school at the University of Houston where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science. After working at NASA for a few years, he went on to develop software for the transportation, financial, and energy-trading industries. He has been writing, in one capacity or another, since he could hold a pencil. As a freelance writer now, he specializes in producing articles and blog content for a variety of clients. His personal blog is at I Can Fix Up My Home Blog where he muses on many different topics.

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