Food - Drink
The Biggest Mistake You're Making With Scrambled Eggs
By ERIN SHAW
There are so many different ways of cooking eggs, and scrambled is the most common method. But as easy as it seems, there is one common mistake many people make when cooking scrambled eggs.
New York City chef Andrew Whitney says the biggest mistake when scrambling eggs is the pan's temperature. If the stovetop is too hot, the eggs can either burn or dry out, so the best thing to do is to start with a pan on low to medium heat.
Whitney also recommends adding room temperature butter and the egg mixture before the butter is completely melted. Using a rubber spatula to turn the eggs gently will give them a more delicate and tender consistency.