Recipe for scrambled eggs ??

#1 Apr 9th, 2007, 12:43
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I always thought that scrambled eggs are the same as egg bhujia so never even tried one.. but on another thread, I found out that you actually add cream or milk while preparing it.. !!!

Can somebody share an easy-to-make recipe for this.. !!
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You can but it's not strictly neccessary, A bit of butter is nice too, it also stops the eggs sticking to the pan. I also like a bit of cheese in there ocassionaly!

Beat eggs
season with peper and salt
melt a little butter in a pan
Add eggs
Stir/fold, trying to keep the eggs off the bottome of the pan!!
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Here's one from Food Network:

The Lady's Perfect Scrambled Eggs

8 eggs
2 heaping tablespoons sour cream
1 tablespoon water
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons butter
1/2 to 3/4 cup grated cheddar cheese

In a medium size bowl, beat eggs, sour cream, water, and salt and pepper until fluffy. Using a nonstick frying pan, melt butter and cook eggs over low heat, stirring occasionally. Stir in the cheese. Cook until you reach desired consistency.
Serve hot with country ham and biscuits.

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Thanks CH and hyderabadi. Would surely try it out.
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My recipe

Beat eggs
Add chat masala
Fry with minimum butter
Get milk and make tea on another burner.. and throw some milk on eggs in frying pan.
Stop frying before concoction starts turning brown or crispy.
eat.
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Originally Posted by capt_mahajan View Post My recipe

Beat eggs
Add chat masala
Fry with minimum butter
Get milk and make tea on another burner.. and throw some milk on eggs in frying pan.
Stop frying before concoction starts turning brown or crispy.
eat.
Sounds good CapT.! Must try this at home.

Er..stop frying the tea concoction or the egg concoction befor it turns brown and crispy?
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Originally Posted by capt_mahajan View Post stop frying before concoction starts turning brown or crispy.
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Originally Posted by Hyderabadi View Post Er..stop frying the tea concoction or the egg concoction befor it turns brown and crispy?
I used to make the eggs crispy, Indian 'bhujia' style. After I ate a few times at 'finer' dining establishments ( ), I realised that scrambled eggs must remain soft.

To be honest, I prefer the Indian 'bhujia' more, and, since this here seems to be a complete list of my cooking abilities, here is the recipe


Cut lots of onions.. 1 big one
Cuts lots of green chillies.. 2 small ones (the smaller ones are more dangerous)
Cut lots of tomatoes, fine (watch the fingers!).. 1 medium ones
If finger gets nicked, curse like hell.

Beat 2 eggs
Fry onions in oil or butter
When it looks like the onions will burn before the eggs finally cook, throw in tomatoes and green chillies
Add chat masala, secret ingredient
Wait till onions, tomatoes etc etc look decently cooked.
Pour beaten eggs on concoction
Put toasts in toaster.
take Lassi out of refrigerator
Stir eggs to keep them sticking to pan. Ensure things are scrambled, else you will end up with an omelette.
Taste when crisp to see if cooked

eat eggs and toast and drink lassi, for tomorrow we all die
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We used to get "Butter Eggs" twice a week for breakfast at my school hostel in HYD. Another name for scrambled eggs..they used add Mint and Cinlatro, excellent.
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Originally Posted by cyberhippie View Post You can but it's not strictly neccessary, A bit of butter is nice too, it also stops the eggs sticking to the pan. I also like a bit of cheese in there ocassionaly!

Beat eggs
season with peper and salt
melt a little butter in a pan
Add eggs
Stir/fold, trying to keep the eggs off the bottome of the pan!!
CyberHippie's recipe is spot on - if your diet and heart can take it try to add as much butter to the pan as you dare!
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Originally Posted by capt_mahajan View Post I used to make the eggs crispy, Indian 'bhujia' style.
Actually it's the way I started making them as a kid. To think now that was an Indian thing...
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I use cyberhippie's recipie till I discovered that adding sriracha chili sauce really kicks things up a notch. I highly recommend in the US who wants to spice things up a bit. I don't have my eggs without it.

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