When I was very young, one of the first dishes that I learned to cook was scrambled eggs. Yes, way back when cooking was not my forte. But I think most people started out with that simple entree. My grandmother had one way of showing me, my mother had another way of showing me, and my aunt/godmother had another. They were all correct.
The best egg hacks that I learned:
- Eggs do not need a whole lot of heat to cook. Low and slow works well for scrambling, frying, over medium, etc.
- Adding some water to raw eggs before cooking makes them fluffy.
- Adding butter to raw eggs before cooking makes them soft and creamy.
Check out my post on the how, what, and why of egg wash!
Which of these food facts and hacks surprised you?
What would you add to this list?
How do you prefer your eggs?
See ya later,