Scrambled eggs are a favorite for breakfast. Making them isn't a time consuming process and they aren't too hard to cook. But, they are hard to do well. If not cooked correctly, scrambled eggs may end up dry, crumbly, bland, or browned, none of which sounds very appetizing. The goal when making scrambled eggs is for them to turn out soft, fluffy, light yellow and full of flavor. And this can be accomplished by following just a few simple tips.
According to Alton Brown, the secret ingredient to the best creamy scrambled eggs is mayonnaise. As he says, "You'll never know that the mayo is in the recipe unless you leave it out." And believe me, he is absolutely right. The tiny amount adds a flavor that transforms the basic scrambled egg into an extraordinary dish for your breakfast.