Why You Should Add Water To Scrambled Eggs

Pouring liquid into scrambled eggs is a common practise. I was taught this, but I'm lactose intolerant and stopped drinking milk long ago

Adding milk makes eggs creamier, softer, and heavier, with a richer flavour. This isn't a fluffy egg.

Adding water steams the eggs while cooking, resulting in a lighter, fluffier scramble

 But it's a fine line. Too much water dilutes the “eggy” flavour, leaving a fluffy but bland meal. Ample watering is required

To make a light and delicious scrambled egg, use one teaspoon water per large egg.

Take the time to properly whisk your eggs before you begin cooking them.

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