The BEST Fluffy Scrambled Eggs! On April 30, 2009June 14, 2009 By juliewebsterIn Cooking Tip of the Month, Great movies!, Recipe of the Month Remember that great breakfast recipe for eggs and vegetables? Well here is Sam showing you exactly how to make those eggs perfect every time. Share this:EmailPrintFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Hi, nice post. I have been pondering this issue,so thanks for posting. I’ll definitely be coming back to your blog.
oh how I wish I had more than one egg in the fridge this morning!!! That video is making my tummy rumble and I am SOOOOOOOO going to your house next weekend so you can make that yummy breakfast for me! 🙂 just kidding!!!
well, not really,
no just kidding
Julie and Sam,
Thanks for the tips on fluffy eggs. I love them exactly the way you prepared them. I agree that most people overcook them and I am obnoxious about having them “rare”. It was especially nice to “meet” Sam. What a handsome gentleman.
I had a question for you: What do you think about the nutritional advantage/disadvantage of extra virgin cold pressed coconut oil vs the other canola and extra virgin olive oil. I know that the coconut oil has more saturated fats than the others, but is that all bad? Your opinion, oh Goddess of Food! Gaye Franklin
Thanks for the feedback!
I did post some information on this subject before. If you care to read the details, go to the comments under the article on Palm Oil.
Happy cooking! Julie
I finally watched this video – I WILL try that – THANKS!
Thanks for good technique.
I’ll try to use it.
This was certainly the right medium for teaching a cooking skill. Worth 1000 words. Thank you!
hey, thnx for the post, I wa trying to do the perfect scrambled eggs, and I think this is the best example I could fine on YouTube. My question is, do we need milk/cream? And is it on lo hear for the whole time?
Hi- Glad you found this helpful! It is fine to use either milk or cream. I usually use 1/2 & 1/2. The heat is pretty high the whole time. It doesn’t take long at all so keep a close watch! Good luck. Julie