Written by adam on Jun 19, 2007
How To Make Scrambled Eggs
Filed Under: How To
Scrambled eggs is one of the fundamental meals of the American breakfast. Despite is relatively simple procedure, scrambled eggs are messed up in households across the country on a daily basis. And us men, we try. We try to cook our wives a nice breakfast in bed, or perhaps we make a breakfast for the kids that does not include the word "cereal." And something just keeps getting messed up.
So as a service to all you men out there that need a little help in the kitchen making scrambled eggs, take this procedure and the following tips in mind.
1. Crack the eggs into a small bowl and whisk them with a fork or a small whisk. You want to get them to a uniform color and texture with minimal amounts egg white still showing. Do not overbeat the eggs. Whisking longer than 20-25 seconds is too much.
2. Heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat. Let the skillet heat fully before adding anything.
3. Add a tablespoon of butter or oil to the skillet. Brush it around to get as even a coating as possible.
4. Add the eggs quickly and beging stirring briskly while gently shaking the skillet. This will help get the eggs moving and cooking all around while avoiding making the concoction an omelette.
5. Cook until just set up and slightly shiny. Now is the best time to add cheese if you want.
When you reach this shiny state. Flip once, wait a few seconds and then serve.