Sunday, November 15, 2009

Fluffy Scrambled Eggs on Sunday & A Giveway Build-up!



This is a really quick post today. That's because I'm busy getting ready for the "reveal" of a project that Muneeba of An Edible Symphony and I have been working on. I'll give you more details at the end of this "how to" technique for making the fluffiest scrambled eggs I've ever made! I wish I could remember which blog talked about this, but I remembered it as I was getting ready to make a quick breakfast of scrambled eggs and toast.  I wanted to see if the claim of really fluffy eggs this way was really true.

You need a pot of boiling water and a bowl. I used a stainless steel bowl. I'm not sure how well glass would work, but you can try it-- and please let me know.



Bring the water to a boil, and place the bowl on top. You don't want the bottom of the boil to touch the water. Here, I've  beaten five large eggs, seasoned them with a little kosher salt & fresh cracked pepper. I splashed a little bit of milk into the eggs and gave them a really good whisk.  Let's talk about chives, for a moment, shall we? I think these are one of the easiest herbs to grown yourself.  Even for apartment dwellers, they do well in containers. Mine are still thriving in mid-November.  I love chives in scrambled eggs, so chopped up a few... add a little unsalted butter into the bowl, that is heated from the boiling water. Now add the seasoned eggs....  and whisk....



Keep whisking, and the eggs will firm up in about 3-5 minutes! I added the fresh chopped chives....and grated some sharp cheddar that I had.


Amazing!  Fluffy scrambled eggs.

Craig and I agreed, that these are egg-selent eggs.  Sorry. I couldn't resist.
Try this, the next time you make scrambled eggs. I think you'll agree that this works beautifully. Don't go away yet!

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  1. You can print my recipes two ways-- at the very bottom, you will see the recipe card from "KEY INGREDIENT".  You can print them. See?

Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

Everybody should know how to make scrambled eggs, right? Well ...

See Fluffy Scrambled Eggs on Key Ingredient.



  1. Or, look at the very bottom, and you should see a PRINT PDF Icon-- right above the STUMBLE ME icon. 
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DRUMROLL  PLEASE....

Tomorrow, November 16th, is the "big reveal" of a project that includes features one of my favorite food bloggers. I'm speaking about Ree Drummond of "The Pioneer Woman Cooks".



Ree has just published her first cookbook and it's hit the #1 slot with the New York Times (Hard Advice).



Muneeba and I will each be giving out a free copy of her cookbook. Yes, that's right! You have two chances to win.



So, come visit us tomorrow to find out what we're cookin' up for you, and how you can win your very own copy.  Oh, if you already have a copy-- it's a perfect Christmas gift. In the meantime, please pay Muneeba's blog a visit. She's a lot of fun, and very talented.

See y'all tomorrow!



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9 comments:

Jen_from_NJ said...

Your scrambled eggs look absolutely perfect. I love the addition of fresh chives and cheddar cheese. Yum - so fluffy!

Kim said...

Those scrambled eggs look divine! I'm going to try this method and leave you a comment about how it turns out. I've never though to cook them this way, great info :D

ARLENE said...

I like the idea of using a double boiler. Personally, I make my scrambled eggs in a glass bowl in the microwave because they come out fluffy, too, but I'm curious to see if there's a difference. I'll have to try your method. I love chives or herbs de Provence in mine.

bella said...

I could just dive right in those beautiful yellow eggs! I've always wondered how to get eggs this way and thanks to you, now I know! Can't wait to try and to see what you're up to tomorrow! Roz PS....thanks for getting back to me about your goulash recipe! Your eggs recipe is printing right now!

Marguerite said...

These eggs look so delicious! And I love the chives and cheese. Thanks so much for the tips! Have a great week!

Waverly said...

My favorite Sunday supper is fluffy scrambled eggs. I like to eat them with a crisp green salad, French bread, and a glass of nice wine. Your eggs look just right.
PS. I enjoy reading your blog. The design is fantastic.

George Gaston said...

Debby, these are perfect scramble eggs. Light, fluffy and delicious!

Can't wait for tomorrows reveal!

Frieda said...

Nothing like melt~in~the mouth eggs. Can't wait to try this! For some reason, I was unable to post a comment on your new site...

Monica H said...

Mr. h loves scrambled eggs so I'll have to make them this way and see what he thinks!