Scrambled eggs Gordon Ramsay style

I thought cooking scrambled eggs by bain-marie like Heston was a little tedious. By chance I came across a YouTube video of Gordon Ramsay cooking scrambled eggs and tried it this morning for breakfast.

Scrambled eggs cooked like Gordon Ramsay
Scrambled eggs cooked like Gordon Ramsay

 

 

I found this method just as easy as Heston’s and less tedious and just as delicious.

When I tweeted this morning that I’d cooked the scrambled eggs Gordon Ramsay style, my friend Sonia asked if that meant that I swore my head off 

 

Fortunately it was so easy I just cooked quietly while listening to 1206 2CC on the radio.

Scrambled eggs Gordon Ramsay style
 
Recipe Type: Breakfast
Cuisine: Australian
Author: Gary Lum
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • Two eggs
  • A good nob of butter
  • A good dash of cream
  • Salt
  • Pepper
Instructions
  1. In a non-stick frying pan crack in the eggs, add the butter and the cream
  2. Turn on the heat to a medium level and start stirring
  3. As you stir gently break the yolks and combine the eggs, butter and cream
  4. As the eggs begin to do their thing and scramble take off the heat and keep stirring
  5. Put back on the keep and keep stirring
  6. If you’ve cooked enough scrambled eggs you’ll know when to take the pan off the heat knowing the eggs will continue to cook a little until to get the eggs onto a room temperature plate
  7. Shoot a photograph
  8. Eat the eggs
  9. Wash the dishes
  10. Spend the day at work pondering how to write the blog post
  11. Write the recipe
  12. Blog (verb) after dinner
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So how do you like to make scrambled eggs?

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4 Responses

  1. It seems to me that the chefs are going the way of creamy eggs. When I do scrambled eggs, I like the cooked until they are dry. I have a hard time swallowing an egg that doesn’t seem to be cooked through…

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