Steak & Eggs Dinner Scramble

by Mike Bradley

Steak and eggs is not my favorite breakfast. I’m more of a pancakes and sausage kind of guy. But steak and eggs for dinner – I love. It’s a classic meal for a reason and I do it with a twist so you can enjoy it anytime.

I came up with this dinner scramble on a day when Amy and I wanted to have breakfast foods all day. Literally the “Ron Swanson” of days. After all, Mr. Swanson said (accurately), “There has never been a sadness that can’t be cured by breakfast food.” I looked in the refrigerator, and saw a sirloin steak meal waiting to be cooked from our Home Chef meal service, then I saw a carton of eggs… a-ha! The makings of a steak and egg feast.

Truly any steak will work for this meal, but we used sirloin since it was readily on hand. It was very tender and delicious combined with the mushrooms, onions and provolone cheese. We enjoyed this with a quick side of hash browns thanks to the potatoes included in our Home Chef meal package. This recipe easily made enough for at least 3 people, as we couldn’t eat it all ourselves – though we sure tried!

Is this the most beautiful dish in the world? No, but it’s damn delicious and easy to make any time or day of the week.

Steak & Eggs Dinner Scramble Recipe


  • 6 oz. sirloin steak
  • 4 oz. mushrooms
  • 1/4 of a large onion, chopped
  • 4 large eggs
  • 2 slices provolone cheese
  • Butter
  • Milk
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Chop vegetables and steak into small pieces.
  2. Cook steak and vegetables, each in a separate, preferably non-stick pan greased well with butter. Cook on medium heat until the vegetables are soft and browned and steak is well done.
  3. Combine steak and vegetables in a single pan giving a quick stir to disperse them evenly.
  4. Whisk the eggs and a little splash of milk in a bowl, and then pour eggs into steak and vegetables. (The milk adds a bit of fluffiness to your scramble.)
  5. Cook over medium heat, continuously moving the mixture around with a wooden spoon or rubber spatula to create your scramble.
  6. While the eggs look just slightly under-done, add cheese on top and let it set until melted. Give the eggs another stir to scramble the cheese into the rest of the dish.
  7. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve hot with your favorite sides – we made hash browns, but you could pair with other potatoes, biscuits, etc.

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