Scrambled eggs are a staple around most households, and it’s easy to see why. They are so easy to make, they make the perfect side to just about any breakfast (or, let’s be honest, any meal), and they are full of protein! Yes, eggs make for a perfect start to the day.
If you make scrambled eggs regularly, you’ll definitely benefit from the following scrambled egg hacks! See how you can change the texture and even the flavor of your eggs depending on a few add-ins. Don’t worry – these eggs will still be easy and convenient to make!
The first hack help to make eggs super creamy and delicious. By adding some dairy to your eggs, you can get that smooth, deliciously creamy texture just like the professionals! You can experiment with different kinds of dairy until you find the right texture for your tastes.
The sky really is the limit when it comes to what kind of dairy you can add. Milk, heavy cream, even sour cream or plain yogurt. Go ahead and try a few of these out next time you make scrambled eggs! You’ll be amazed at what a difference it makes.
The next hack might come as a total shock – adding in sparkling wine! That’s right, you can add wine to your eggs to make them extra fluffy and pillowy. Sound strange? Maybe, but it’s true! The rule of thumb is about 1/4 cup of wine for every two eggs.
Sure, it might feel strange adding alcohol to eggs in the morning (though the alcohol cooks off in the pan), but this is a great idea if you’re having breakfast for dinner. Why not treat yourself a little bit?
Another thing you might not think would be good in your eggs is orange juice! Yes, orange juice. Strange, but oh so good. The orange juice doesn’t do much to change the texture of your eggs, but it does add a unique and surprisingly delicious flavor!
It doesn’t taste like oranges, but adding any kind of citrus to eggs somehow combines two seemingly incompatible flavors into one delicious meal! Don’t believe us? Try it out for yourself!
Go ahead and watch the video below for even more egg hacks you’ll wish you knew about sooner!SKM: below-content placeholder