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Making Perfect Scrambled Eggs

We may just regard scrambled eggs as the most basic dish. We may think that preparing such a dish is super easy, until we become the ones who prepare it. Despite it being deceptively simple, it is in fact one of the most difficult dishes to master.

So how do you make perfect scrambled eggs? Lifehacker provides us some tips on how to do so, no matter how we it cooked, whether fluffy or creamy. Check it out over at the site.

(Image Credit: Claire Lower)

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An immersion blender for scrambled eggs? Seriously? No. Here's the deal: Eggs are protein and protein breaks down (quickly) under high heat. If you like your eggs hard - chewy, bland, and tasteless - like at most buffets - crank the heat and have at it - you're all set. If you like your eggs a bit smoother and creamier - add butter to whatever pan you have on hand and cook them slowly under low heat. The slower you cook them, the creamier they'll be (did I mention butter?).
Pro Tip: When they're almost where you want them to be, turn of the heat and let the heat from the pan finish the job.
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