Scrambled eggs can be one of the most fantastic, luxurious breakfasts around if you remember a few key things: using fresh eggs and good-quality butter, and always keep the eggs moving slowly over a low-medium heat.
Do this and you’ll get luscious, buttery, creamy scrambled eggs every time!
Papa C said the easiest thing may turn out to be hardest to cook! Which I agree cos I can’t make perfect scrambled eggs – tuned out like a deconstructed omelette instead. Haha.
We were on a short holiday with our family and rented a house for a getaway. With only one induction cooker, he whipped up a great breakfast for us all. And best of all, using the Chefology Nature Frying Pan, the pan works as well on induction cooktops.
McCormick Sea Salt and Black Peppercorn Grinder are adjustable grinders equipped with 3 different settings: fine, medium and corse. With just simple movement of the dial, we can personalize the coarseness of the salt and pepper from the grinder!
So he’s Papa C recipe to a perfect, creamy scrambled eggs!
– 6 eggs
– McCormick Sea Salt
– McCormick Black Pepper
– Whipping Cream
1. Crack 6 eggs into a bowl.
2. Beat the eggs.
3. With fire off, pour the beaten eggs onto a pan.
4. Turn on the fire, cut a knob of butter & melt it on a pan over low-medium heat.
5. Lift the pan up to stir when the heat has increased.
6. Add 1 tbsp of whipping cream. You may also use milk or cooking cream.
7. Add 1 tsp Salt & Black Pepper
8. Continue stirring, bringing in all the mixture from the edges of the pan.
9. Your eggs are ready when they look silky and slightly runny (they’ll continue to cook a little even after you’ve removed them from the heat).
10. Grind in more black pepper for garnishing.
11. You may add cooked baby tomatoes on top for more garnishing too!
And there you have it, the perfect scrambled eggs! This is a great basic recipe to get you started. If you want to liven things up you can always add some chopped chives or basil, a few shavings of Parmesan cheese or some chopped red chilli to the beaten egg mixture before pouring it into the pan.
Hope you enjoy the video!