Do You Want To Change Your Scrambled Eggs Recipe?

A scrambled eggs recipe? What for?  A recipe of scrambled eggs is one of the easiest dishes to cook when you suddenly get hungry.  You simply beat the eggs well and fry the resulting frothy liquid in a heated frying pan with cooking oil on it.  You get your scrambled eggs cooked after several seconds of frying. That’s all there is to it, right?

Unfortunately, such easy-to-cook dishes have got to pass the rigid standards of food connoisseurs. And they have found complicated ways to make them so unnecessarily complex.  Gourmets can indeed have their way of concocting what they say are better tasting scrambled eggs recipes. Yes, they will tell you exactly what to do and will even explain the culinary reasons behind the process. In short, you get a scrambled eggs recipe to execute. And the scrambled eggs better taste better.

 

Beating your eggs 


Rather than beating your mind to come up with a better version of scrambled eggs, let’s buckle down to work and get a good grasp of the basics. Even beating the eggs has a proper technique. As the American Egg Board says, well-beaten eggs should be “frothy and evenly colored.”  You would normally use a fork, but that would take longer than using a manual rotary egg beater. Try using a manual eggbeater in a tilted wheel whisking motion because it works much better than a vertical stirring motion.  After two minutes of beating the egg, stop and find out if your eggs are now “frothy and evenly colored.”  If they are, then stop beating.

 

You can resort to the time-saving advantages brought about by the use of electric mixers and blenders. Set the electric mixer to a lower speed that is close to the speed of your hand-whisking.  Twenty to twenty-five seconds would do in an electric blender; but make sure to set the mixture aside for approximately two minutes to give time for the foam to settle.

 

What do you beat the egg for? Air is the most important ingredient in scrambled eggs. When you whisk, air bubbles are entrapped in the unraveling protein of the eggs. As you cook the mixture, protein molecules stick around the air bubbles and give you that spongy texture of fluffy scrambled eggs. Yes, they’ve got to be fluffy to pass the scrambled test of the gourmets.

 

Remember though that excessive beating will completely break the protein molecules and disable them to stick around the air bubbles. The fluffiness you’re after is lost and you get dry scrambled eggs.

 

The ideal scrambled eggs recipe


Now that you’ve mastered the technique of beating eggs, you’re probably ready for the ideal scrambled eggs recipe.  You used to be content with a simple fried egg when you were a kid. Now, you can have your way with more sophisticated recipes with eggs if you wish.

 

A perfect scrambled egg recipe does not require any dash of cottage cheese, real cream, sour cream, baking powder, sea salt and sugar as supposed taste enhancers. These ingredients somehow muddle the taste and texture of the egg although they can, in a way, improve the appearance of the scrambled egg.

With 6 large eggs, 6 teaspoons of low-fat milk, 3 dashes of table salt, and a tablespoon of butter for frying, you can have perfect scrambled eggs.

 

While heating a 12-inch pan, beat the eggs with the milk and salt vigorously for two minutes in a large mixing bowl. Melt the butter and add the egg mixture in the pan as the last of the butter is liquefying. Scramble and cook according to instructions and transfer the scrambled eggs to serving plates. You can add some spices or salt to taste.  So, how does it taste? Get another person to sample your newfound gourmet’s delight and wait for an unbiased verdict. Is it worth learning something new? It should, at least, be several notches above your usual fried egg — and just a little above the other recipes with eggs that you are bragging about.

 

Don’t ever mistake a scrambled egg for an omelet. They are poles apart when it comes to ingredients. You can embed anything tender or crunchy in omelets.

 

You should learn cooking scrambled eggs in other high-tech appliances. Perhaps you want to know how to make scrambled eggs in the microwave.  You can surf the web for complete instructions before trying it in your microwave. Don’t get too excited because you can even get hurt if you don’t take the necessary precautions. But once you’ve perfected it, you may never go back to the stovetop for your next round of scrambled eggs.

 

Learning the tricks on how to make scrambled eggs in the microwave has given you another terrific alternative to cooking another perfect scrambled eggs recipe.