How to Make QUEEN ELIZABETH THE GREAT’s Favourite Scrambled Eggs: Palace Chef Reveals the Two VERY “unusual” Ingredients Used to Add Flavour to the Queen’s Healthy Breakfast
Queen Elizabeth’s favourite scrambled eggs recipe
An Australian nutritionist has shared Queen Elizabeth II‘s favourite scrambled egg recipe, as well as the two ‘unusual’ ingredients the royal chef added for flavour: nutmeg and lemon rind.
Lee Holmes, a holistic chef and the founder of Supercharged Food, is currently in the UK spending time with mourners after Her Majesty’s death on September 8 aged 96.
She has shared a copy of the Queen’s favourite egg recipe, which she says was hand-delivered to her by a close friend who formerly worked as a royal chef.
“Some years ago one of my lovely friends was fortunate enough to be a cook for the Queen and she shared with me a recipe for her favourite scrambled eggs,” she wrote on her website.
‘Ma’am loved to sometimes start the day with a protein packed breakfast and (Queen Elizabeth’s favourite scrambled eggs) these eggs were tailored to the way that she particularly liked them.’
Ms Holmes explained that the Queen loved to eat homegrown foods and those that were produced locally in her area.
‘She was also a fan of eating with the seasons. That’s my kind of lady, she certainly put the Great into Great Britain,’ she said.
Her special scrambled egg dish involves two unusual ingredients (nutmeg and lemon rind), and they work to elevate this breakfast dish.
Source: Mailonline, Matilda Rugg