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How to make perfect, fluffy scrambled eggs

Everybody knows how to scramble eggs, you might think. True, anybody can scramble eggs, but making a fluffy, moist scramble is a bit of an art form. I really loathe overcooked, rubbery or browned eggs. So many diners and delis serve them this way, which means I rarely go out for breakfast anymore. Why should I, when it’s perfectly easy (and way less expensive) to make tasty eggs at home? Here’s how!

2 comments for "How to make perfect, fluffy scrambled eggs"

  1. The eggs from free-range hens contain significantly more folic acid and vitamin B12 and they may have a healthier omega fatty acid ratio than supermarket eggs. Parts of an egg Recent studies have exonerated eggs of their bad reputation. Eggs contain heart-healthy omega-3s and choline..

  2. I like to add mushrooms but they tend to make the scrambled eggs go grey... Please advise. Nick