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How to Make the Queen’s Favorite Scrambled Eggs: The Palace Chef Reveals the Two VERY ‘Unusual’ Ingredients Used to Add Flavor to the Royal Family’s Breakfast

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  • Her boyfriend used to work as a royal chef at Buckingham Palace and shared it
  • The recipe uses two unusual ingredients of nutmeg and lemon zest to elevate
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An Australian nutritionist has shared Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite scrambled egg recipe, as well as the two ‘unusual’ ingredients the royal chef has added for flavour: nutmeg and lemon zest.

Lee Holmes, a holistic chef and the founder of Supercharged Food, is currently in the UK spending time with mourners following Her Majesty’s shock on September 8 at the age of 96.

She has shared a copy of the Queen’s favorite egg recipe, which was brought to her by a close friend and ex-royal chef.

“Several years ago, one of my dear friends was lucky enough to cook for the Queen and she shared a recipe for her favorite scrambled eggs,” she wrote on her note. website.

Lee Holmes, a holistic chef and the founder of Supercharged Food, is currently in the UK spending time with mourners following Her Majesty’s shock on September 8 at the age of 96

QUEEN ELIZABETH’S SPECIAL SCRAMBLED EGG RECIPE

Queen Elizabeth's scrambled eggs

Queen Elizabeth’s scrambled eggs

Serves 2

Ingredients

3 organic (brown) eggs

1 tablespoon milk

Sea salt, to taste

1 tablespoon butter or you can use extra virgin olive oil

1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest

Pinch of ground nutmeg

freshly cracked black pepper, to taste

chopped chives and kippers to serve (optional)

Method

Beat the eggs and milk in a bowl until well blended. Add salt to taste.

Heat the butter or olive oil in a small skillet over low to medium heat. Add the eggs, turn the heat to low and move them slowly through the pan with a spatula so they don’t stick to the bottom.

Just before they start to solidify, add the lemon zest, nutmeg and any additional salt and stir.

Serve immediately, garnished with pepper and chives if desired.

“The lady loved starting the day with a protein-rich breakfast every now and then and these eggs were tailored to the way she particularly liked them.”

Mrs. Holmes explained that the Queen loved to eat homegrown food and food produced locally in her area.

She was also a fan of food with the seasons. That’s my kind of lady, she certainly brought the Great to Britain,” she said.

Her special scrambled egg dish contains two unusual ingredients (nutmeg and lemon zest), and they work to elevate this breakfast dish.

Ms Holmes explained that the Queen loved to eat homegrown food and food produced locally in her area

Flowers left for the late Queen Elizabeth

Ms Holmes explained that the Queen was fond of eating homegrown food and food produced locally in her area (pictured is a flower monument in London)

The eggs should be brown, not white, as Her Majesty preferred the taste, and they were always cooked low and slow to make them super creamy and not lumpy.

Occasionally they were served with her favorite kippers, usually in her private dining room at Buckingham Palace with a nice cup of Earl Gray tea and a splash of milk.

‘Since I got this recipe a few years ago, I have been making these eggs regularly and they are spectacular! I always make them when friends come over,’ said Mrs Holmes.

The chef and health expert has been found ‘surreal’ in the UK during the Queen’s mourning.

The eggs should be brown and not white as Her Majesty preferred the taste, and they were always cooked low and slow to make them super creamy and not lumpy

The eggs should be brown and not white as Her Majesty preferred the taste, and they were always cooked low and slow to make them super creamy and not lumpy

“Last week I had the privilege of visiting the Green Park Floral tribute Garden and Buckingham Palace with thousands of people to pay my respects to someone who was a huge inspiration,” she said.

‘It was a very emotional day, especially looking through the heartfelt tributes and cards and seeing thousands of Paddington Bears past the gates of Buckingham Palace and the surrounding gardens.

“Growing up in the UK was the beginning of my admiration for the Queen for so many reasons, including her ability to be a solid, steadfast influence in times of turmoil and her dedication and zeal to serve others.”

The royals will gather for the Queen’s funeral on Monday, September 19.

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