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Chef David Bishop teaches how to make scrambled eggs easily and quickly.
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Scrambled Eggs Recipe
Hi, this is Chef David Bishop from the chef to you. Today, I’d like to show you how to make some scrambled eggs.
Everybody loves scrambled eggs and sometimes they do not cook them a little bit. Let’s take a look at our ingredients. We have some fresh eggs right here, grated cheese, salt and pepper, butter patties, I have some spray right here, you use this spray instead of the butter if you like, so a little bit less fat. Let’s go and start breaking our eggs.
I’m going to do three eggs today. We want to break these eggs up but we do not want to make them into a puree and we want to be able to still have some of the body that egg left. Would you come and break it up enough here. Alright, you see we just took out a little bit of the body there that isn’t left. We’ll take our egg butter pattie, put over here on our skillet, on a medium heat. See how they’re starting to bubble, we do not want much hotter than right there because it will burn the butter and our eggs will cook too quickly. We’re going in with our eggs. This will only take about 30 seconds. Come over here with your black pepper, just a little bit of black pepper. If you do not want any salt, just leave it out, I like the little salt to enhance the flavor.
Take our spatula. We’ll then go from the outside pushing in from all the angles. It’s kind of the same concept of the American omelet, it’s very simple, just push back in the forth. You see I’m starting to gather them in the middle. You’re going to break up just a little bit when we get there. This is a good temperature today, see all that eggs are not already cooking but its cooking fast enough, we’re looking good here. We’re going to take our option today, put just a little bit of cheese on top here, and toss them one time. All right, let’s go to the plate.
We have our scrambled eggs here. You know as I got this nice beautiful plate with some fruits and grits, and some bacon on it, I’m going to slide these scrambled eggs right in here. All right, and we turn the camera, get a little bit of cheddar cheese, put it right on top, there you go, our beautiful scrambled eggs, grits, and some bacon and open a fresh fruit. Before I head to the table to eat my breakfast this morning, this is Chef David Bishop, cooking and teaching. Have a great day.