Some of the best recipes are the simplest recipes. And ingredient quality matters, which is why often the same dish made in an Amish kitchen tastes better than one in your own kitchen. You can't beat freshly laid eggs, locally made cheese, and milk direct from the cow. Even if you don't have access to these ingredients in your own kitchen, this is still a wonderful recipe because it is so simple. It is one of the first recipes ever published in The Amish Cook over two decades ago, sometimes called Egg Dutch.
Classic Egg Dutch
- 5 eggs
- 1 teaspoon salt
- pepper to taste
- 1 heaping tablespoon flour
- 1 cup milk
- Put eggs, salt, pepper, flour and milk into a medium bowl.
- Pour into a greased skillet and cover with a tight lid.
- Place over medium heat.
- Cut and turn when half done and finish baking
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