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scramble an egg

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscramble an eggscramble an eggDFCto cook an egg by mixing the white and yellow parts together and heating it in a pan scramble
Examples from the Corpus
scramble an eggHe makes the best grilled cheese sandwiches and scrambled eggs because of his fearless use of butter.The year before he'd had scrambled eggs for Christmas dinner and no presents.I am the one scrambling eggs for dinner and sitting on porches with friends while the kids roam the neighborhood on bikes.Instant scrambled eggs, frozen fried eggs, canned eggnog, and many other convenient egg foods are being market tested.Precooked and frozen scrambled eggs with sausage are one combination of ready-to-eat breakfasts being marketed.
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