We just love scrambled eggs. It’s a great way of making the most of eggs and is just perfect for breakfast. Served on top of buttered toast, alongside a full English fry-up or topped with smoked salmon for a posh brunch.
Scrambled egg is packed full of protein which mean it’ll keep you fuller for longer and stop you snacking between meals.
Adding a dash or two of milk and whisking your eggs with a fork will make sure they’re light and fluffy when cooked. This recipe uses oil and butter to grease the pan but you can use either one or the other.
Watch how easy it is to make scrambled egg by viewing our video guide above, otherwise you can follow our simple step by step recipe below.
How to make scrambled eggs
- Knob of butter
- Drizzle of oil
- 3 medium eggs
- 100ml milk
- Salt and pepper
Add a knob of butter and a drizzle of oil to a heated pan. Leave the butter to melt, swirling around the pan.
Crack 3 medium eggs into a jug and add 100ml milk. Add a pinch of salt and pepper and whisk.
Add the mixture to the pan.
Once it starts to bubble, start to pull it away from the sides ofthe pan with a spatula.
Keep moving the egg mixture around so that it scrambles. The egg will keep cooking as you stir.
Cook for just a few minutes, being careful not to overcook it - remove from the heat when it look almost ready, as it will continue to cook as you stir. Serve on hot, buttered toast, and enjoy!