9 Creative Uses for Your Stand Mixer You Never Saw Coming

A stand mixer is a baker's best friend, but there's a lot more it can do in the kitchen besides mix dough—so no need to store it away for summer. If you've been thinking about taking the plunge but...

Best Non Stick Pan for Eggs that you can use a 'metal utensil' on

by bombadilio 2 years ago

This is a serious question so please refrain from any snarky comments ;-) I love cooking and have had a #1 rule of never using metal on any of my non stick pans. So I was a bit odd when I saw th...

What temperature do I cook these foods on?

by cookingnewbie1 4 years ago

Im 19 just moved out of my parents house and am a cooking newbie. What Temperature or heat settings do I cook the following things on? Chicken breasts in the oven? Scrambled eggs in a skille...

Baking Powder for Fluffy Scrambled Eggs?

by ChristinaMason 11 years ago

I saw a recipe online for fluffy scrambled eggs that includes baking powder (http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/Kittencals-Fluffy-Scrambled-Eggs-Lower-Fat-251220 ). What in the world? Can any of ...

Freezing scrambled eggs?

by callmijane 13 years ago

Hey chow. I want to make and freeze some breakfast burritos so that those early school mornings are a little easier. When freezing scrambled eggs that are going to be reheated, how far shou...

Scrambled Eggs--A Survey

by kaleokahu 8 years ago

This morning, Wahine made me scrambled eggs for breakfast-in-bed. She has a particular prep that maintains a white/yellow contrast, whereas mine tends toward the monochrome of well-whisked. While...

Q: How to cook egg whites, scrambled

by ML8000 10 years ago

For health reasons and to reduce cholesterol, I'm switching to egg whites instead of whole eggs. I usually scramble them for breakfast. The thing is they don't cook like full eggs. So how to ...

Carp roe--making caviar & scrambled roe eggs

Sam Fujisaka
by Sam Fujisaka 14 years ago

My wife went fishing the other day without me. She caught an eight pound, female, egg bearing carp. I opened the roe sacs, poached the roe gently in a wine-water court-bouillon, strained, and store...

Which size Pot Shop pan for scrambled eggs?

by Sirrith 5 years ago

Hi all, I've been using a very thin De Buyer pan to make my eggs for the past few years, and I'd like to move on to something thicker and less rust-prone. Even though the price of the Pot Shop of ...

Good pan for soft scrambled eggs

by harrism 6 years ago

Just about the only thing I still use non-stick for is scrambled eggs. Especially for myself since I like them soft scrambled. Fried eggs or omelettes go in either carbon steel or cast iron, but so...

Scrambled eggs, Magneto-style

by nycguy20011 6 years ago

Magneto, a.k.a. Sir Ian McKellen, knows best when it comes to cooking scrambled eggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfKFEKXAGlg Have any of you tried it in a saucepan before?

Low & Slow Scrambled Egg fans, have you tried this?

by DuffyH 6 years ago

Yesterday morning I tried Lady and Pups' 15-Second Creamy Scrambled Eggs. They're one of Food 52's Genius Recipes. What a revelation. Not only do they truly cook in 15 seconds, but they were the mo...

Mexican crema + scrambled eggs: excellent!

by mschow 13 years ago

I bought some Mexican crema the other day at the Hispanic market. I've never tried it before and purchased it on a whim. I added it to some eggs in lieu of milk and scrambled them up. Absolutely...

15-second scrambled eggs!

by DonShirer 6 years ago

Tried a 2-egg scramble this morning using the technique in this link. It actually works! Eggs did come out very creamy (but it took 20 seconds). https://www.yahoo.com/food/the-genius-trick-for...

scrambled eggs in microwave

by cathy1 16 years ago

My friend who is on vacation, so I can't call, tells me she microwaves eggs when she is only make one or two so she doesn't have to clean a pan...how long would I do this for??

Scrambled eggs add-ins

by jerzzy 13 years ago

Like most folks I enjoy scrambled eggs now and then for breakfast. Over the years I've tried adding many things to perk up the flavor but never found anything that really did it for me. So fello...

how to - hard scrambled eggs that aren't watery

by fldhkybnva 9 years ago

I have read most of the threads on Chow discussing scrambled egg technique, but havet yet to come across an answer to this question as most seem to describe the best way to make soft or medium eggs...

Best pot/pan (or cleaning technique) for low & slow scrambled eggs?

by Shkra11 7 years ago

We love low & slow scrambled eggs (a la gordon ramsay or variations on that idea) and I've been trying to figure out the best material of pot/pan for cooking eggs this way. Right now, we use an all...

Scrambled Eggs and Salt?

by cowgirlthunder 12 years ago

I know there have been a TON of threads about the "perfect" scrambled eggs, be they light and fluffy or creamy and delicious...However, I've only found a smattering of answers to my question, withi...

scrambled eggs for 125, sous vide possibly?

by zackly 8 years ago

I occasionally cook brunch for my wife's church.Among the items I prepare are scrambled eggs for 125. They have an ancient electric range and no pan large enough to cook all the eggs in one batch. ...

Have you ever really "scrambled" eggs?

by ipsedixit 7 years ago

As in mixing different types of bird eggs - chicken, goose, quail, duck, ostrich, turkey, etc - and making scrambled eggs? And then perhaps to gild the lily, garnishing this "scrambled" egg with...