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Lady & Pups's Magic 15-Second Creamy Scrambled Eggs Recipe on Food52

'A thickening agent is the answer to the previously-thought-impossible scrambled eggs fantasy,' Mandy Lee, the author behind the blog Lady and Pups writes. 'Speed, and creaminess, all together.'

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'A thickening agent is the answer to the previously-thought-impossible scrambled eggs fantasy,' Mandy Lee, the author behind the blog Lady and Pups writes. 'Speed, and creaminess, all together.'

'A thickening agent is the answer to the previously-thought-impossible scrambled eggs fantasy,' Mandy Lee, the author behind the blog Lady and Pups writes. 'Speed, and creaminess, all together.' You'll notice that this calls for a lot of butter, so just to be safe I tried the recipe both with and without the cornstarch, to see how much was really just the goodness of the butter. Without cornstarch, the eggs were good but tougher, the butter more free-floating. And I've found that even if you skimp on the butter, the cornstarch has dramatic effects. Adapted slightly from Lady and Pups.

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 mkluvs2cookOctober 22, 2019The recipe is simple, is does not alter making scrambled eggs so drastically as to make it a"chore", or difficult. The results are dramatic. mkluvs2cookOctober 22, 2019I adore my soft, puddled, creamy scrambled eggs. Anything else IMO is an insult to the egg. I followed the recipe exactly, and wanting to provide a bit of a test, purposely dropped my toast a bit later than normal, so the eggs had to sit in the hot pan, off-heat while my toaster was working. Having buttered the hot, crispy slices, I carefully slid the gorgeous, still perfect appearing eggs onto the plate. They were still steamy, and just as soft, and creamy as when removed from the heat. It had been a good 90 or so seconds since doing so. I was amazed. I added pepper. and to 1/2, a small amount of fine cheddar shreds. The cheese soon began to melt, a very good sign. Time to go in, I was in complete awe. The eggs were absolutely perfect in every way; soft, smooth, creamy, very warm and a drop of golden liquid falling back on the plate as I reveled in this most simple of pleasures. Never again will my eggs face a hot pan without this recipe. I will always have my eggs my way, even when having the whole family over for a Sunday brunch. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I used a heavy non-stick skillet, and set my glass cook-top on 5 (out of 9) for the cooking. My cook top gets very hot, setting 5 is what I normally use for browning. It was perfect for these eggs, as the cook time was so brief, and I was tilting the pan continually. The pan only sat still on the burner for 10-15 seconds.

 Marcia S.October 18, 2019I once saw an episode of Baking with Julia in which she teared up when tasting a dessert being featured. I misted up when I tasted these eggs. They are no small pleasure and are a genius recipe. There's no going back! Thank you. headtopics.com

 John N.October 13, 2019very nice taste, quite different. Whole milk not easy to find, used 2% with a bit of cream added. Fun new way to make them. ;-) BarbaraOctober 13, 2019 Read more: Food52 »

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One-Skillet Chicken With Strawberry-Balsamic Sauce Recipe on Food52Whenever summer rolls around, all I can think about is eating fresh fruit. It’s the best time to enjoy berries—especially some ripe, sweet-tart strawberries. Ever since I was little, I’ve loved eating strawberries drizzled with balsamic vinegar and lemon zest, so it only made sense to try these ingredients in one of my warm-weather go-tos: skillet chicken.This one-skillet strawberry and balsamic chicken dish is just the thing to make when you’re short on time, but want maximum flavor. First, you’ll sear the chicken breasts (I used PERDUE® HARVESTLAND® Free Range Chicken, a kitchen staple) in the skillet to create a fond, aka those browned bits that stick to the bottom of the pan. Then, you'll add the shallots to pick up all that delicious flavor. The strawberries and honey will add a nice level of sweetness to the dish, while the lemons and balsamic vinegar balance things out with acidity. To keep everything feeling bright and fresh, I’ll add some basil leaves on top for garnish, along with crumbled goat cheese and crunchy, salted pistachios. However, if you’re not a big fan of either the basil or the goat cheese, feel free to swap them out with fresh mint or ricotta cheese. ♥️♥️♥️♥️✔️ Wow this sounds berry good Food52! Super cool 👍