Scrambled eggs are the classic breakfast food. Everybody loves them, everyone knows them, and everyone wants them.
Not only are eggs extremely simple to make and cheap to buy, but they are a nutrition powerhouse – especially for those of us who do not eat meat.
Most people think the best way to make scrambled eggs includes cracking the eggs into a bowl, adding milk or water, whisking the eggs in the bowl, and then pouring the mix into a hot pan. Well, not to crack anyone’s shell (pun intended) but that way is wrong.
The right way to make scrambled eggs is even more simple than that and ends with a fluffy and delicious final product.
#SpoonTip: Always use farm fresh eggs when available.
- Prep Time: 3 minutes
- Cook Time: 7 minutes
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- Servings: 1
Heat a pan on low heat. Melt one tablespoon of butter in the pan. Move the butter around so the pan is evenly coated.
Once the pan is evenly warm (still on low heat) crack two eggs into the pan.
Immediately begin to stir the eggs with a spatula and add the other tablespoon of butter.
Once the eggs begin to look cooked through but are still slightly runny, take them off the heat.
Let eggs sit for about a minute. Pair with your favorite sides and enjoy!