Master These 6 Recipes And Call Yourself An Egg Pro

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So, you love eggs (we do, too!). Maybe they're the only dish you can competently make. Or, maybe you're a pro and just need some fresh ideas. Well, we've got you. Welcome to Foodiversity: Eggs 101. It came to our attention that many egg recipes have been hugely and needlessly overcomplicated. Here, the Egg Truth: They are a very low-maintenance food when it comes to cooking. In the recipes ahead, you'll repeatedly see these words: "Just leave the eggs alone." That means don’t poke, prod, or bother them in anyway, just let them do their eggy thing. Then, dig in and enjoy. We have designed these recipes to provide maximal yumminess with minimal kitchen gear, time, and fuss. If you're a seasoned egg chef, this class could be a good refresher for you, or help you streamline your process. If you're a beginner, then Eggs 101 will help you make the leap from basic scrambled to a more sophisticated, multi-ingredient frittata — in just one week.

Level I: Super-Easy Scrambled Eggs

Photographed by Danny Kim, Food styling by Ali Nardi.
As Maria from The Sound of Music sang, "Let's start from the very beginning. A very good place to start!" When it comes to egg cookery, scrambled eggs are Level I. As you can see, the recipe is very basic, and results are fast. If you're feeling fancy, you can also throw in things like grated cheese or spinach while you are cooking. I love to top my plain scrambled eggs with olive oil.


Ingredients
2 eggs
1/2 tsp of butter
Splash of milk (optional)
Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions
1. Break the eggs and add a splash of milk and a pinch of salt and pepper. Whisk until the mixture is frothy.

2. Melt the butter over medium-high heat, and spread it around the pan.

3. When butter is melted, add in your egg mixture. Continue to stir as the eggs cook, and cook to your likeness. If you like them runny, it should take about 60 seconds.

4. Serve and enjoy immediately!