3 Easy Recipes For Scrambled Eggs

There are several different options that you can explore in regards to cooking eggs. Whether you want standard options, or you want to look into getting something different, you’ll find that opportunities for creative cooking abound in modern times. Consider the following 3 easy recipes that will help you move forward when looking at cooking for breakfast, or any time.

Easy Scrambled Eggs

The first option that you’ll want to look into is the easiest of all scrambled options. You can start with as little as 2 eggs or as many as half a dozen, depending on your tastes. You’ll find this to be foolproof in a lot of ways. You’ll start by getting a bowl and placing 2 eggs, cracked, into it. Then take a whisk or a fork and stir your eggs (beating them lightly) until the yolks are broken and you get a fine yellow color. After you’ve done this, get a pinch of salt and add it to your eggs.

The next step is simply to turn your stove on to medium heat, and add a teaspoon of oil to your pan. If you don’t want to use oil, then utilize a small amount of margarine or butter. This is something that is optional, depending on your pan. If you have more eggs, you’ll need to add more oil or butter accordingly.

After your pan has been heated (remember medium heat), add your eggs to the pan and avoid the need to stir them right away. You’ll see the eggs start to bubble lightly, but you want them to cook properly, so wait for around 30 seconds to a minute before you stir them. After that, stir them slightly, folding over the eggs on top of each other, but not too often. You want to make sure the eggs are properly cooked and have a yellowish/white color.

It’s that simple.

2 Variations

Another option that you’ll want to look into has you focusing on adding to the eggs and cooking them differently. The second thing that you should do is follow the first few steps above, then add a ¼ cup of milk to your eggs. If you have more eggs, you can add more milk or cream. Adding milk or cream will give your eggs a more “creamy” texture. Follow the rest of the recipe accordingly, and to add a touch of flare, add cheese on top.

A second variation that you can look into when making scrambled eggs is to follow the aforementioned, but add your favorite lunchmeat to it. Ham, turkey, or anything you might have leftover can be added to your eggs to make a quick scramble. If you’re not keen on that, you could always add some hot sauce to your preliminary egg mixture, and make a spicy concoction.

The above options are just 3 ways you can make scrambled eggs, from traditional to creamier and even spicy. You’ll find that the variations work well, and are easily done. You won’t have a hard time with them if you take your time, and never put the heat too high. The higher the heat the worst your eggs will be.

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