How to Make Scrambled Eggs
Wondering what to eat? If you know how to make scrambled eggs, you are always prepared to make a quick breakfast, lunch or supper.
Making scrambled eggs is easy. This was one of the first meals that my children learned to cook.
This recipe is for one person. Multiply as needed.
Check that you have these staples at home
Get out your equipment
- a small bowl
- a skillet
- a flipper or spatula
- Nice to have but not necessary
- a whisk (if not, use a fork)
1 Tbsp/15 mL milk
1 Tbsp/15 mL butter
Over a small bowl, hit each egg firmly with a knife.
Open the shell and let the egg slide into the bowl.
Discard the shells.
Add the milk to the bowl.
Whisk together until the mixture is well blended.
Heat a skillet over medium heat.
Put the butter in the skillet.
When it has melted and is beginning to bubble, pour the egg mixture into the skillet.
Wait until the eggs set a bit, and then give them a good stir with the fork.
Continue cooking, stirring frequently, until the eggs are cooked just the way you like them.
- Use a non-dairy milk substitute in place of the milk.
Ideas for making this recipe your own
- Add some spices to the egg mixture before cooking it. How about parsley, or tarragon, or dill?
- If you prefer your eggs less firm, use about 2 Tbsp/30 mL more milk - or more. Experiment until you have found the perfect scrambled eggs formula. Then memorize your own personal scrambled egg recipe.
- By adding just a couple of ingredients more, you can turn scrambled eggs into Scrambled Eggs Supreme, a complete meal! The recipe is in
"Last Minute Meals".
Serve this dish with