This Is How All Your Favorite Chefs Make Scrambled Eggs

This Is How All Your Favorite Chefs Make Scrambled Eggs

One of the most basic recipes everyone learns is scrambled eggs, but the truth is perfectly scrambled eggs are a lot trickier than they seem. Much like the classic omelet, scrambling eggs is one cooking method on which many chefs differ.

To whisk in a bowl or in the pan? To add dairy or to not? Minor tweaks can make huge differences in something so basic, and we guarantee you’ll want to change up your scrambled egg routine with tips from these experts they know a thing or two about recipe developing. Here’s how some of our favorite chefs scramble their eggs (we’re not kidding when we say Gordon Ramsay’s method is a game changer).Scrambled Eggs

Alton Brown: Whisk With Whole Milk

Alton Brown
Simple yet effective is the name of the game in Alton Brown’s scrambled egg recipe. Adding whole milk isn’t his only tip, though. “Odds are you’re going to be serving these on a plate. If so, I strongly suggest you park an ovensafe one in a low oven or in hot water while you’re cooking. Cold plates suck the heat right out of food,” his recipe description reads.

Chrissy Teigen: “Cheesy” Eggs, Hold the Cheese

Chrissy Teigen
Chrissy Teigen swears by her method of creating “cheesy” eggs without the cheese, thanks to her secret ingredient: heavy cream. Her tip for getting them as creamy as possible with no browned spots? “Don’t stop gently stirring and scraping (edges and all) for more than a few seconds!”

Mario Batali: Topped With Shaved Truffle

Mario Batali:
Leave it to Mario Batali to bring some serious culinary chops to such a basic recipe. To make scrambled eggs special, Mario suggests adding mascarpone or parmesan cheese, but to make them “spectacular,” garnish with shaved truffle.

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