How To Make Perfect Scrambled Eggs – 3 ways | Jamie Oliver

Scrambled eggs can be hard to get right so Jamie’s done a little video to give you a helping hand. There’s three variations on this simple dish – English, French and American. All different. All tasty. Which one is your favourite?

What’s your best tips for making scrambled eggs Food Tubers? Is there is a method from your own country you’d love to share? Let us know in the comments box below.

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Jamie Oliver – How to Make Perfect Porridge |
French Cooking Guy – 15 Amazing Facts about Eggs |

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  1. First I chop up some onions ( you can use scallions), then I whip up the eggs in a bowl adding salt pepper and just a bit of milk. I think it helps the texture. I put some butter in the pan, cook the onions (you can also add some mushrooms if you like). Once the onions are cooked I push them to the side of the pan, add in the eggs move them until they are scrambles and moist, I mix them with the onions add some Tabasco Chipotle sauce because I like them a bit spicy and yummy.

  2. Lol. So this means I've been making American scrambled eggs without even realising it…. Definitely going to try doing it the French way at the weekend.

  3. I feel like from his facial expression, the texture of the French Eggs may not have been Jamie's favourite!!

    I make Canadian scrambled I suppose and put an old smoked cheddar in them! :)

  4. Me way :
    – Add A Lot of Butter
    – Crack The Egg In A Pan
    – Mix it With Spatula Randomly
    – Serve it
    – pour the extra butter
    – Voila Done…

  5. wait…what. I cook my eggs until there's no moisture. 😮 sometimes I even have little brown marks on them. still tastes good though but might try this way

  6. I really prefer English method, coz that way eggs cook much better than other ways.
    Then I really want to try French coz the texture looks totally different

  7. In America we add a little mil and fry them until they are well done. If you served them raw like that people would be pissed.

  8. i cook them with spinach in them, wilt the spinach with coconut oil in a good non stick pan drain any water from the greens if any then season the greens salt pepper and then crack 4 eggs straight in the pan and then break the yolks up mix it all together serve with bacon or mackerel on toast and you have a breakie fit for an Olympic weightlifter from the uk btw