Hear me out: Luxury is a plate of custardy soft scrambled eggs atop a crusty piece of bread. Eggs are my favorite cheap way to eat “fancy.”
This is barely a recipe, but I think it deserves its own post. Like learning to do laundry or change the oil in your car, learning to properly cook eggs is something that seems simple but that many of us don’t do well. It all comes down to the cooking technique.
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BY Kate Arends - April 27, 2022
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I use a stick blender instead of a whisk. No my more white spots.
You mentioned flakey salt, is this applied during preparation or at the end? Some chefs add salt at different intervals, you did not specify.
My personal preference is to top the eggs with salt at the very end!
Soft success! Thanks for the recipe, Kate. These are the best scrambled eggs I’ve ever made—and so simple. I already owned the Material spatula, so it felt like fate. I can’t wait to cook up more for myself and some friends!
Oh good, I’m so happy to hear this!
My boyfriend just made me some of these recently! I have been missing out!
I’m glad you got to try them!!