I love my scrambled eggs, I make them "soft", constantly turning them and taking them off the fire before they are fully cooked and let them finish in the hot pan. They are soooo good. but then friends and family ask me to make them for them whenever possible. I love over easy also.
I love eggs cooked in most ways: Scrambled, hard-boiled, over easy and especially in omelets. I especially like scrambled eggs with melted cheese. What I <b>don't</b> like are flat scrambled eggs. To avoid flat scrambled eggs, I mix in a pinch of cream of tartar. This increases the volume of egg whites. I also add milk for creaminess and a tiny pinch of cayenne pepper for contrast.
Try this one time. take a ziplock bag, mix up the ingrediants for a perfect omelette and place it in boiling water. Your ingredients will taste far better than they do in the pan. this is a great method for people who have different likes and dislikes. We will set up prepped ingredients "taco style" and the kids enjoy mushing them into the bag. You get a perfect blend, and it allows you to use things that don't take the pan well(feta cheese) oh, and no clean up! Try it just one time. you'll never go back.
most chickens I have had, once mature, lay one egg a day. so...I had six chickens, six eggs a day. Currently I have four due to an unfortunate chicken theft that happened recently. Im getting more in the spring. They are super easy to take care of and tons of fun to watch, scratching around in the yard.
(My MIL swears you can trick them into laying twice a day but I feel wrong about that.)
My chickens have no rooster. They make eggs dailey, no matter what. All a rooster does is fertilize, not promote production. Think about humans....women have umm....a monthly experience wether or not a male is present in their life.
I guess, what I mean is, eggs exist with or without males. Chicks require a rooster.
egg salad, egg drop soup, mixed into chef's salad, used in fried rice, boiled, poached, fried, sunny side up, omletes, scrambled, egg nog, use them for mayo, use them in baked goods, as a wash for pastries, merengue...eggs are amazing.
Poached, fried, baked, as in quiche or souffle. The incredible edible! Knew a fellow who could soft or hard-boil an egg in the microwave. (Do Not DO This AT Home) Most poachers, lacking a setup made for poaching eggs, do so in a small pot. Boil the water, and add just a drop or two of white vinegar, this keeps the whites from "spreading". Generally, I don't do this, preferring to boil the water lightly. Prevents the "turbulence" that results in the white "spreading". Got some good recipes for this or that. Interested? E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
There was a movie that I watched ages ago about a girl who didn't know what kind of eggs she liked. I found it inconceivable that this could even take place. The movie was about her finding herself and being her own...