Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

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Serves 2

Making perfect light and fluffy scrambled eggs is really easy and tastes fantastic if done right!! Everyone has their own personal way of preparing this versatile and simple dish. Served with some toasted bread, a glass of juice and a cup of tea...perfect breakfast! ♥

large eggs
4 tbsp.
salt to taste
(approx. 1/4 tsp.)
2 pinches
white pepper
1/4 tsp.
black pepper
coriander or parsely for garnishing
1 tbsp.

Beat the eggs using a whisk or fork with the water, salt and white pepper until frothy. Heat the butter in a non-stick pan until butter is melted and hot. Pour in the egg mixture and reduce the heat to medium. Don't start scrambling the eggs, just let the omelet BEGIN to set. Then using a wooden spoon, drag the egg mixture from the edges of the pan to the center of the pan. Continue doing this all around the pan until most of the moisture is gone. Now using the wooden spoon, cut and turn the pieces of egg to get it into large fluffy pieces. Serve right away with a sprinkle of the black pepper powder and coriander leaves.

Using water instead of milk helps give the eggs a fluffier finish and reduces the chances of the eggs getting colored/dark during cooking. Scrambled eggs are supposed to retain their lovely pale yellow color (depending on how bright the yolks are of course). You can add stuff like cream cheese, fresh cream, etc to the eggs if you want, but I love my scrambled eggs plain and simple..no fuss. :))

Enjoy!! :)




Asma Rizvie's picture

Wat z de speciality in de white pepper than de black pepper

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

Just the colour and flavour is slightly different.

Asma Rizvie's picture

Den cn v use black pepper instead of white pepper o z it must 2 use de white pepper coz f colour changing

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

Yes you can absolutely use either one of the two if you dont mind the colour of the sauce. :)

You mentioned we can add stuff like cream cheese, fresh cream etc to the eggs. Do we add it when beating the eggs, or do we add it after it has been cooked?
Sorry for the silly question.

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

When beating the eggs.