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I'm usually not one for hype but Gordon Ramsey's best ever eggs are supposed to be something else. . . . wow I followed his method and they are a must try lads

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4 minutes ago, Shearwater said:

I'm usually not one for hype but Gordon Ramsey's best ever eggs are supposed to be something else. . . . wow I followed his method and they are a must try lads

Is that the one were you boil salted water then pour the beaten egg  in while stirring. Then pour through a sieve to retrieve the egg. That works very well, nice moist egg and no messy egg pan after. 

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7 minutes ago, loriusgarrulus said:

Is that the one were you boil salted water then pour the beaten egg  in while stirring. Then pour through a sieve to retrieve the egg. That works very well, nice moist egg and no messy egg pan after. 

 

9 minutes ago, loriusgarrulus said:

Is that the one were you boil salted water then pour the beaten egg  in while stirring. Then pour through a sieve to retrieve the egg. That works very well, nice moist egg and no messy egg pan after. 

No, 

 

8 minutes ago, washerboy said:

Milk, egg, butter and microwave.. Jobs done 

Yeah I know pal but these are way way better so worth a go

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I have always made scrambled eggs like that. I was expecting some revelation but there's nothing special about them at all. 

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Scrabbled eggs to be are just the quickest way to eat on. Protein that's only time I really eat them, quick after the gym on a Saturday morning. 

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You ought to try scrambled duck or goose eggs with chopped smoked salmon cooked in with them,plain scrambled eggs will never be the same again!,i've even done it with pheasant eggs,absolutely delicious!

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