How To Make Scramble Eggs
How to make scramble eggs. Great scrambled eggs take patience. The main key here to the best tasting eggs is air.That’s right, air. The more air you can whisk into the mixture, the more full and fluffy your scrambled eggs will turn out. Many people like to add salt, pepper, cream, and milk to their eggs before scrambling. I prefer to use half while the eggs are setting and the reminder when they have finished cooking. Regarding cream or milk, you can use these ingredients to enhance moisture and flavor, but they are not necessary. I am personally not a fan of that milky taste in my eggs. Now heat a 8 or 10 inch non-stick pan over medium high heat, add some butter to coat it. Meanwhile, crack eggs into a bowl and whisk until joined. You can use a whisk or a fork, I use a fork. When butter is completely melted, add eggs to pan. Wait to stir until eggs have set in the pan, the runny part should stay on top of the cooked part. Now scramble with a wooden or plastic spoon but do not over scramble. When there is no longer any runny part that remains, remove eggs from heat, season and serve.that remains, remove eggs from heat, season to taste.