Have you ever heard of breakfast quesadillas? It’s fluffy scrambled eggs, sautéed peppers/onions and melted cheese between a couple of toasted tortillas. They’re a delicious, inexpensive meal option since eggs are cheap. Come see how I whip them up.
I love my solar oven. I’ve said it time & time again, I hate to fire up my electric oven during the heat & humidity of our Texas summers.
Not only does it cost fuel for the stove to operate, but boiling eggs adds even more heat inside our home. That requires our air conditioning to work overtime cooling it back down, therefore costing even more money.
Several years ago I bought a solar oven and I absolutely love it! What a great item in your Emergency Preparedness toolbox!
Then at a Mother Earth News Fair I attended a few years ago, a solar-cooking seminar presenter told us how easy it was to cook ‘hard-boiled’ whole eggs in the solar oven without even using water. Color me intrigued!
I’ve learned an easy, mess-free way to make deviled eggs. No more spooning filling into hollowed boiled eggs, making a huge mess along the way. I can fill a dozen deviled eggs in a minute! I can’t believe I spent so many years making them the hard way!