Translation for 'scrambled eggs' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a scrambled egg | scrambled eggs
scrambled eggs {noun}
бъркани яйца {мн}
poached eggs {noun}
забулени яйца {мн}
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Translation for 'scrambled eggs' from English to Bulgarian

scrambled eggs {noun}
бъркани яйца {мн}гастр.

poached eggs {noun}
забулени яйца {мн}гастр.
Usage Examples English
  • Accompanying many meals is the southern style fluffy biscuit, where the leavening agent is baking soda and often includes buttermilk, and for breakfast they often accompany country ham, grits, and scrambled eggs.
  • It is served in a variety of ways such as fried with onions atop varenyky, sliced on rye bread, eaten with an egg and mustard sauce, or in "Yayechnia z Kovbosoyu i yarnoyu" a dish of fried kovbasa with red capsicum and scrambled eggs.
  • This is useful when making dishes such as scrambled eggs.
  • A brief tale in which Bond muses about New York City and his favourite recipe for scrambled eggs, he is on a quick mission to the titular city to warn a female MI6 employee that her new boyfriend is a KGB agent.
  • In Filipino cuisine, these are occasionally beaten and fried, similar to scrambled eggs, and served with a vinegar dip.

  • It is first attested in French in 1735, in Vincent La Chapelle's "Cuisinier moderne", it was something between scrambled eggs with cheese and a cheese soufflé.
  • Mixing the two components together before cooking results in a yellow (from pale yellow to almost orange, depending on the breed of hen) mass, as in omelets and scrambled eggs.
  • Only eggs are necessary to make scrambled eggs, may be folded in over low heat until incorporated.
  • Egg salad is a dish made primarily of chopped hard-boiled or scrambled eggs, mustard, and mayonnaise, often including other ingredients such as celery.
  • Breakfast burritos are filled with scrambled eggs and fillings like potatoes, salsa, cheese and tomatillos.

  • A recipe for roast woodcock was featured in "Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management", but despite its name, the Victorian dish named Scotch woodcock consists of scrambled eggs on toast with anchovies.
  • All of the above are typically lunch, rather than breakfast, dishes, although eggs themselves (like boiled or scrambled eggs) are a common part of a German breakfast.
  • In European cuisine, chanterelles are often served with venison. A traditional method of preparing these mushrooms is sauteed and then used to make scrambled eggs.
  • particularly in jobs of intense physical activity; this can range from a hot drink paired with light snacks like pastries to a sandwich, scrambled eggs or a piece of Spanish omelette (also known as a "pincho").
  • One "Frasier" CD was released featuring a number of songs taken from the show: "Tossed Salads & Scrambled Eggs" was released on October 24, 2000.

  • In such civilian old traditional usage, only captains aboard ships and pilots in command (airline captains) in service aboard aircraft, have the golden oak leaf motifs ("scrambled eggs") on the visor; this is in contrast to the naval tradition, where it is also worn by commanders (one rank below captain) as well as by commodores and flag officers.
  • A co-worker at "Harpers & Queen" said that she would eat "smoked salmon and scrambled eggs" every single day and that "she would eat nothing else".
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