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Scrambled Eggs

A delicious way to start your day.


Note: If you are making more than two serves of scrambled eggs, make sure you cook separate batches so as not to crowd the frying pan.

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Chardonnay, Other Whites and Dessert Wines are the best wines to pair with Scrambled Eggs.


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Posted by mageeReport
These eggs are divine, and I agree, who wants to argue with a qualified chef, not us novice cooks thats for sure. If you don't like the sound of cream, DON'T MAKE IT!!
Posted by YS3Report
Cream? This is the sort of recipe the Graeme "the Galloping Gourmet" Kerr used to push in the '70s... until he had a heart attack. Try regular milk instead folks. Go nuts & throw in some parsley or chives for colour.
Posted by StephenReport
Sounds great better get cooking
Posted by Scott119Report
thats right cream makes this dish great not average.i bet all those cream haters drink soy lattes as well!
Posted by TalentReport
I add some grated cheddar cheese, wilst it is still runny in the pan. Works wonders in the tast not waist :-)
Posted by TalentReport
I add a bit of grated cheddar cheese to the mixture before it cooks completely(still runny in the pan). Works wonders(Taste not waist)
Posted by Christine211Report
The only way to make scramble eggs. With Cream, fantastic, with milk, boring.
Posted by FlamingoReport
Who cares, Mr Knutz. Hes awesome, unpretentious, and makes the best scrambled eggs!
Posted by DH83Report
If you use milk, you're missing the point
Posted by jackicamReport
there's a massive difference in the texture if you use milk - boring standard scrambled eggs. Cream lifts them into another dimension. You don't have to eat this everyday you know...
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