Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled eggs are a classic and easy-to-make dish that can be enjoyed for breakfast, brunch, or even as a quick meal. Here's a simple recipe for making scrambled eggs:


  • Eggs (2-3 per serving)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Butter or cooking oil (for greasing the pan)


  1. Crack the eggs into a bowl. If desired, you can add a small splash of milk or cream to make the eggs creamier, but this is optional.
  2. Beat the eggs with a fork or whisk until the yolks and whites are well combined. Add salt and pepper according to your taste preferences.
  3. Heat a non-stick skillet or frying pan over medium heat. Add a small amount of butter or cooking oil and allow it to melt and coat the pan.
  4. Once the pan is heated, pour the beaten eggs into the skillet.
  5. Let the eggs cook undisturbed for a few seconds until the edges start to set.
  6. Using a spatula or a wooden spoon, gently stir the eggs from the edges toward the center. This will create soft, fluffy curds.
  7. Continue to stir and fold the eggs occasionally, allowing the uncooked portions to come into contact with the heated surface of the pan.
  8. Cook the eggs until they reach your desired level of doneness. If you prefer them slightly runny, you can remove them from the heat a bit earlier. For firmer scrambled eggs, cook them a bit longer.
  9. Once the eggs are cooked to your liking, remove them from the heat and transfer them to a plate immediately to prevent overcooking.

Scrambled eggs can be served on their own or accompanied by other breakfast items such as toast, bacon, or sautéed vegetables. Feel free to customize your scrambled eggs by adding cheese, herbs, or diced vegetables like onions, bell peppers, or tomatoes for additional flavor and texture.

Remember, this is just a basic recipe, and you can adjust it to suit your taste preferences or try different variations based on your preferences or cultural culinary traditions. Enjoy your scrambled eggs!

*Recipe on video and text may differ from each other!

How to cook Scrambled Eggs:

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