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Video: How to Scramble Eggs

See how to whip up fluffy scrambled eggs.

 
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Inexpensive and loaded with protein, soft and fluffy scrambled eggs make a terrific quick meal. Scrambling eggs might seem like the easiest technique in the book, but watch the video, and you’ll discover there are a few simple tricks that can make your eggs the best ever. Learn how to spot the freshest eggs for scrambling and how to tell when the butter in your skillet is ready. We’ll show you when to add seasonings and at what temperature to cook your eggs. You’ll see what perfectly cooked scrambled eggs look like in the pan. You’ll also get tips for stretching them into a satisfying breakfast using leftovers, chopped vegetables, rice, and tortillas. See more how-to videos >>

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sina 
Nov. 19, 2013 9:59 am
tanks alot
 
ashumrak 
Aug. 4, 2013 5:17 am
Thank you for this video. Now maybe my husband will finally get his fluffy eggs!
 
Val 
Jul. 5, 2013 5:10 am
Was it just me or did anyone notice that pan had seen its better days?
 
KH 
Jun. 29, 2013 3:58 pm
Thank you can you show us an omelet? Thanks, I agree if they don't like how to do it, don't be here!
 
Dr. T 
Jun. 9, 2013 9:26 am
This is the way my wife cooks scrambled eggs,which I just had this morning. If you've ever watched a cook at an omlet/egg station, they turn the burner up to high and push the egg mixture from center to side. This is the way I do scrambled eggs. Burner on high, pushing the eggs with a silicone spatula from center to side, being careful not to overcook or burn. While still not quite done, push the eggs on to a warm plate and let stand while you place the meat, grits and toast on the place beside the eggs. My eggs are fluffier and lighter than those cooked your way.
 
cookingschool 
Feb. 21, 2013 9:53 am
easier scrambled eggs:: break two eggs into a cereal bowl (check for shell chips), splash a little milk, salt, pepper, into bowl, put into microwave, cook halfway, remove, fold over (I add leftover meat pieces, maybe some blue cheese salad dressing), cut up with fork or just cook for an omelet, cook to finish. For children, add a spoonful of jam before folding the omelet over. If you have a pretty girl waiting in your bed, add two glasses of half champagne and half orange juice to her bed tray, buttered toast (hey, this works great), and coffee for yourself. I sometimes add some potatoes, precooked, just heated, on the side.
 
Judy 
Aug. 23, 2012 10:29 pm
Good ideas here. Thanks!
 
IslandWay 
Aug. 23, 2012 9:00 am
Adding cream cheese instead of milk or water makes scrambled eggs creamy.
 
Blanche 
Aug. 22, 2012 7:07 pm
Wow, this might be a silly comment, but I've always wondered how those light, fluffy yellow scrambled eggs are made!! I'm definitely going to try this at home. Thanks!!
 
Jun. 24, 2012 1:15 am
Why do people make comments on here dissing the videos and saying how much better the method THEY use is than the one in the video, then suggest that other people look up that method elsewhere? I have a suggestion--if you don't like it, don't watch.
 
 
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