7 ways you can make your scrambled eggs better

Scrambled Eggs
We enjoy putting eggs through each meal of the day. You can't go wrong with a sunny side up with toast or over easy in a huge bowl of ramen. Eggs are a terrific way to start the day, and they have a lot of advantages: they're cheap, easy to prepare, cook quickly, and are a good source of protein. While scrambled eggs are a simple breakfast staple, they may get dull if left alone. There are more than 101 numerous techniques to prepare eggs, each one unique. Some procedures need expertise and skill, as well as the use of specialized equipment, but others are simple enough for anybody to execute. Here are 7 simple and tasty ways to flavor eggs so you can create the finest eggs ever!

1. Add a rich serving of cream to your scrambled eggs

For a richer, creamier breakfast, top your scrambled eggs with a spoonful of cream cheese, sour cream, cottage cheese, or a combination of cheddar and mozzarella cheese if you can get some. Be warned, however, that cottage cheese has a unique texture when paired with scrambled eggs, so if you are someone who struggles with texture in food, go for a smoother choice like cream cheese.

2. Add some salty sauce

To your eggs, add Worcestershire sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce, or National Soy Sauce. A dash of salty sauce added while scrambling the eggs will evenly spread the sauce throughout the beaten eggs. If you’re in the mood to turn up the spice level by a notch, try adding National Chilli Sauce to the egg mixture and when you’re finished, every bite will be wonderfully flavorful and salted!

However, do NOT use a salty sauce if you’ve already added cheese to your eggs since cheese is already very salty. Add a bit of milk to maintain moistness in the eggs.

3. Add a dollop of Mayo to your eggs

We understand that mayonnaise is a sensitive subject. Some people despise it, and some resent its inclusion in common foods, but it provides a surprisingly good touch to scrambled eggs! Simply include a spoonful of National Mayo with your egg mixture for luscious, creamy eggs.

4. Make use of ingredients that add volume

Try adding some club soda or baking soda to get great, fluffy scrambled eggs. 1 tablespoon of club soda for every 2 eggs cooked, or 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda for every 4 eggs cooked should do the trick. Simply whisk it into your beaten eggs and enjoy your soft, frothy eggs! Do not over stir your scrambled eggs in the pan while cooking. Slow strokes with the spatula from the sides to the middle of the pan will ensure long curled egg bites which gives the appearance of fluffy eggs.

5. Incorporate herbs

Adding herbs to scrambled eggs may offer a burst of fresh flavor that truly elevates them! Use a pinch of fresh or dried oregano, sage, or herbs of Provence. Adding freshly chopped green onions also adds immensely to the flavor. You might even add a lush taste to your food by substituting herb-infused oil for butter or oil that you’re cooking the eggs in. Makes our mouth water just thinking about it!

6. Butter, onions, and cheese to save the day

One of the most traditional ways to spice up scrambled eggs is with a mix of butter and onions. Melt some butter in a skillet over medium heat, then add chopped onions and sauté until golden. Cook until the eggs are done to your liking, then serve!

The last (but certainly not least) ingredient that we’d recommend you add to your already delicious eggs is, of course, grated cheese. You can’t go wrong with a spoonful of cheddar sprinkled over your scrambled eggs while they boil, or pepper jack cheese if you’re trying for a more southern flavor!

7. Add more protein to your eggs

Smoked salmon goes well with scrambled eggs. You may add chopped-up smoked salmon into your eggs but remember the amount of salt being added to the eggs should be less than usual as smoked salmon is already cured and salty.

Whether you prefer your scrambled eggs moist, dry, crisp, or fluffy, including one of these seven factors is an effortless way to bring something fresh and exciting to your breakfast egg plate!