How to Make Scrambled Eggs Creamier

Scrambled eggs
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Scrambled eggs are one of the most commonly eaten breakfasts in the entire world. One of the coolest things about them is there are so many different ways to make it and it really just depends on your personal preference of what you like. But if you’re someone who likes their food to be more on the creamy side, here’s how to make scrambled eggs that have just the right amount of creaminess.

Step One

Grab yourself a skillet, and a deep one at that. Add some oil and put the flame on low heat. Crack your eggs into it (three should be just fine), and start mixing them up. Yes, you heard that correctly. There’s nothing wrong with mixing your eggs after you’ve added them to the pan.

Step Two

Keep your flame on low heat and add one tablespoon of milk. Keep mixing your eggs until there’s a smooth mixture. Add two slices of cheese and mix it in as well. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Step Three

This is where things get interesting. The important thing about this recipe is that it’s all about texture—so if you don’t get this part right, there’s really no point. Your eggs have been cultivating a creaminess since it’s been on low heat this whole time, but now it’s time to give it just the right amount of extra heat. Put your flame up to medium heat and allow the eggs to harden. Keep the texture consistent, and you should achieve a light creaminess. That’s it, you’re done!