So scrambled eggs were probably the first food item I learned how to make. It’s simple enough. You crack some eggs, whisk them together, and scramble them in a hot pan for a few minutes. Serve them with toast or biscuits and you’re golden. I was watching some Gordon Ramsay on BBC one day and saw him make easy scrambled eggs in a different way. First, he used a pot instead of pan and used higher heat (medium-high) than I usually used (medium). He constantly whisked the eggs and took them off the heat occasionally. He added a spoonful of butter/margarine pretty early on to achieve a velvety texture and finished off with some sour cream to prevent overcooking. I decided to give this new way a try and man were those some of the best scrambled eggs I’ve ever had! Seriously, I’ll never make scrambled eggs a different way again. Want to give it a try, check out this YouTube video below.
Aren’t they beautiful?