9 PRO Tips To Make Scrambled Eggs Fluffy
- don’t use too much dairy to make the omelet fluffy, the excess will make the eggs drier than you want
- make scrambled eggs over a medium-low temperature to enable eggs to cook slowly and remain creamy
- don’t cook the scramble excessively in order to remain creamy and fluffy
- milk is the most used dairy to make omelets, but I prefer Greek yogurt or buttermilk because the scramble is fluffier
- you can add extra flavors to the omelet by sprinkling some powdered garlic, ground black pepper, or hot chili pepper before stirring the raw eggs
- you can take the recipe to the next level by adding a bit of grated cheese (about 100 g/3.5 oz) when you place the eggs into the pan
- don’t use a strongly flavored oil to cook the eggs such as olive oil because its aroma will be soaked up by the omelet
- using greenery is not mandatory, but I recommend it strongly because of the added freshness and flavor, my first choice is chives, but I also like the versions with the other herbs mentioned above
- serve the scramble immediately after it’s ready because by cooling the eggs are no longer creamy and even become oily
Drinking wine at home!
What goes better with a delicious meal than quality wine? Nothing, both from my point of view and from the ancient Greeks, who said about wine that it’s the nectar of the gods! Can we contradict them?
➡️ Enjoy cooking scrambled eggs from scratch!