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How to Scamble Eggs

How to Scamble Eggs

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STEPS
INGREDIENTS

Gather your supplies

Gather your supplies

Grab egg and gently apply force to the edged surface until you see a small crack in the middle of the egg

Grab egg and gently apply force to the edged surface until you see a small crack in the middle of the egg

Grab your mixing bowl, and put your thumb in between the crack in the egg and gently pull apart.

Grab your mixing bowl, and put your thumb in between the crack in the egg and gently pull apart.

Make sure when you crack the egg you do it over the mixing bowl.

Make sure when you crack the egg you do it over the mixing bowl.

Grab a fork and mix and stir the eggs

Grab a fork and mix and stir the eggs

Keep mixing the eggs until they look all one color, which is usually yellow.

Keep mixing the eggs until they look all one color, which is usually yellow.

Grab your black pepper, and add as much as you desire. I enjoy mine with a good spicy taste.

Grab your black pepper, and add as much as you desire. I enjoy mine with a good spicy taste.

Turn the stove on low

Turn the stove on low

Put the skillet on the front burner, and add a little bit of canola oil. The more you cook the more oil you possibly might need

Put the skillet on the front burner, and add a little bit of canola oil. The more you cook the more oil you possibly might need

Pour the eggs into the skillet slowly

Pour the eggs into the skillet slowly

While the eggs are cooking, use your spatula to "scramble"  your eggs. Usually it takes 1-2 minutes for the eggs to fully cook

While the eggs are cooking, use your spatula to "scramble" your eggs. Usually it takes 1-2 minutes for the eggs to fully cook

Once everything in the skillet is a solid, except for the oil of course, you know your done.

Once everything in the skillet is a solid, except for the oil of course, you know your done.

Turn off the stove and serve onto plates and enjoy!

Turn off the stove and serve onto plates and enjoy!

  • Eggs x2
  • Black pepper
  • Canola oil
  • Mixing bowl
  • Spatula
  • Skillet
  • Stove