Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Getting fluffy eggs

Did you know that you can make your scrammbled eggs fluffy? Well you can and this is how.


6 Eggs
1/2 Cup Milk
1 Teaspoon Salt (add more or less for taste)
1 Teaspoon Pepper
Mixing Bowl
Frying Pan
Non-Stick Cooking Spray

To begin with, you're going to want to crack your eggs in a cup. Add as many as you think you'll need per serving.

Next, you 're going to use your fork to whip the eggs you always want whip them until all the eggs are blended and well mixed.

It could take you a few minutes, but in the end, I swear, it'll be worth it!

When all the eggs have been combined, add the milk and start to blend. You want the milk to be poured directly into the egg mixture. In the end, it's just meant to look one colour.

Switch your stove over medium heat and place your frying pan on top of it.

Also you shouldn't mist your pan before you dump your egg mixture into it, or you'll end up with an awful browning on the bottom of your eggs.

Spritz the pan and pour the egg mixture inside instantly. Enable this to cook for around 2-3 minutes before you start to see the edges burn a little.

Apply only half the salt when the eggs are frying.

Take your spatula and gently move the egg mixture from the outer edges to the centre.

You 're going to start having the "fluff" eggs right in front of your eyes. Keep to do so before your eggs start cooking and you get soft and fluffy.

The trick to these eggs is to cook gradually and fluff the eggs while they cook.

When you see that much of the milk is cooked out, turn off the heat and extract the eggs from the oven. Finish off with a tablespoon of salt and pepper.

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