Scrambled eggs on French toast
Food - Drink
Why It Pays To Cook Scrambled Eggs In A Cast Iron Pan
You can make scrambled eggs in almost any cooking vessel, which is part of their appeal. A cast iron pan, however, might be the best way to achieve soft, perfectly-cooked eggs.
Cast iron pans are made from heavy-duty iron and are known for their excellent heat retention. Scrambled eggs cook quickly and thoroughly in cast iron with zero unpredictability.
Since cast iron retains heat well, the eggs cook through before they lose their fluffiness or moisture. To prevent sticking, the pan must be heated before you add oil or butter.
Once you've heated the pan over medium heat, add your fat and eggs. Stir the eggs constantly with a wooden spoon to ensure they cook evenly without sticking and they'll be perfect.