3 Tips For Making Awesome Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled eggs
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Eggs are perhaps the most accessible food when it comes to cooking. In doesn’t matter if you’re not a five-star Michelin chef. You can still make scrambled eggs that taste like they were prepared within the Gates of Heaven—they’re that easy. However, that’s not to say you can just throw a bunch of eggs on a pan and call it a day. Here are some tips that’ll help you refine your scrambled egg technique.

Low Heat

A huge part of your scrambled egg result will have to do with the texture. Are the eggs runny, soft, hard, and crispy? The truth is that everyone likes their scrambled eggs differently, but what you want is to be able to control them. A great way to keep control of your eggs is to keep them on low heat. This will help you monitor your egg texture better and allow you to keep it soft, or add more crispiness, as you see fit.

Don’t Skimp On The Cheese

As stated quite plainly, don’t skimp on the cheese. If you, or the person you’re making the eggs for, loves cheese—just go to town on it. It’ll taste incredible, and add to the beautiful texture that you’ve already maintained with the previous step.

A Good Skillet

Finally, the best way to control your scrambled eggs is to get a good skillet. A good skillet is one that’s non-stick, where you won’t have to worry about your eggs latching themselves onto your pan at a moment’s notice. Believe us when we say that having a good skillet is a game changer.