Saturday, September 28, 2013

Scrambled Eggs...

This is not a fancy recipe.  People of all ages tell me how they can't cook... how they can't even make scrambled eggs.  So, for those people, here is how to make scrambled eggs, step-by-step.

  • 1 pat of butter (about 1/2 Tbsp)
  • 2 eggs per serving
  • 2 Tbsp milk for every two eggs
  • Salt and pepper

  1. Put one pat of butter per two eggs in a frying pan on medium heat for every two eggs you cook.  Complete the following steps while the butter is melting.
  2. Break two eggs per serving into a bowl.
  3. Add 1 Tbsp of milk to the bowl for each egg.
  4. Mix the eggs and milk real well.
  5. Pour the egg and milk mixture in the pan over the melted butter.
  6. Add a little salt and pepper to taste.
  7. As the eggs start to cook, move them around in the pan so that all the wet areas are cooked.
  8. Your eggs are done when there is no more liquid in the pan.  For an extra taste, you can add grated cheese at this time to melt over the eggs.
  9. Put the eggs on a plate and enjoy.

Tap the eggs on the side of a bowl to crack the shell and let the egg come out in the bowl.  Make sure if any of the egg shell gets in the bowl to get it out before you mix the eggs.

Stir the egg whites and egg yokes until everything is solid yellow.

Add one tablespoon of milk for every egg and mix the milk completely with the eggs.

Pour the egg and milk mixture into a frying pan over a melted pat of butter on medium heat.  Whether you are small or big, remember you are working at a hot stove so you have to be very careful.

Evenly add a bit of salt and pepper to taste.

As the eggs start to cook, move them around with your spatula.  As they got solid on the bottom, use your spatula to turn the eggs over so they are all cooked on both sides and there is no liquid left.  When they are done cooking, for extra flavor, you can add some shredded cheese to melt over the eggs.

When the eggs are fully cooked pour them on a plate to serve.

That's all there is to making scrambled eggs.  Now, go make them and enjoy.

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