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Buddy Dek
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Re:to add milk or not to eggs... 2012/08/09 16:47:38 (permalink)
I also get the best taste with a small amount of milk and cheese. If I eat breakfast out I usually order over easy eggs because I know that I am getting two eggs and not a pre- scrambled small ladle full. I-HOP on its Menu says they add a little bit of pancake batter to their omlets, I always wonder what that would do to a scrambled egg and how it would taste for that matter.                                            Buddy
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RE: to add milk or not to eggs... 2012/08/09 16:53:52 (permalink)
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I don't add milk or water. I crack them in the pan, then scramble them so there's bits of white and yellow. And always take them off before they're done. They'll firm up on the plate.
Same here. Just a bit of salted butter in the pan, crack and stir with a spatula. Two minutes from pan to plate and perfect every time. Did you learn that from Joe Namath?

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RE: to add milk or not to eggs... 2012/10/11 07:14:08 (permalink)
I  always add milk and i think it is process. I have learnt it from my grandma.
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