Recipe by diner524
Posting for ZWT6 for Britain Region. You should be warned that after eating these eggs, you’ll never want those overcooked tasteless eggs most people prepare ever again! If you have a hard time finding the Creme Fraiche, you can substitute it with sour cream. The key to making creamy, fluffy scramble eggs is the technique.
Top Review by Noo
My DH is the self appointed king of scrambled egg (probably because it's the only thing that he can actually cook!!).
He wrinkled his nose up when he noticed that the pan was cold and that I was beating the eggs before adding them to the pan...these do take more time than your regular scrambled eggs BUT it really is well worth the wait, and even DH had to admit that the famously foul mouthed chef does know what he's doing and that these eggs REALLY are quite gorgeous!
- 6 large eggs
- 3 tablespoons butter, diced (ice-cold)
- 2 tablespoons creme fraiche
- freshly ground sea salt and pepper (you can use regular salt if you need to)
- 3 chives, snipped (substitute with green onion if necessary)
- 3 slices , rustic bread to serve (such aspain PolaÃƒ ne)
- Break the eggs into a cold, heavy-based pan, place on the lowest heat possible, and add half the butter. Using a spatula, stir the eggs frequently to combine the yolks with the whites.
- As the mixture begins to set, add the remaining butter. The eggs will take about 4-5 minutes to scramble – they should still be soft and quite lumpy. Don’t let them get too hot – keep moving the pan off and back on the heat(as the bottom of the pan stays heated even after taking it off of the stove).
- Meanwhile, toast the bread. He used sourdough bread.
- Add the crème fraîche and season the eggs at the last minute, then add the snipped chives. Put the toast on warm plates, pile the softly scrambled eggs on top and serve immediately.