Buttery Scrambled Eggs


Buttery Scrambled Eggs are an innovative and healthy approach to a classic meal that will lift up your spirits. Your breakfast/brunch will turn out more satisfying and filling pumping you up with sufficient energy to carry you throughout the day. There are several ways to make scrambled eggs, including adding milk, cream, cheese, or water. But there is also another ingredient that turns regular scrambled eggs into a delicious dish that is creamy, soft, and velvety smooth with a rich, satisfying taste—and that is butter. These Buttery Scrambled Eggs need just a few slices of baked bread and these are novel approaches to a hearty morning fare. These dishes provide that right at home warm feeling enough to elevate your senses to the next level. Even if you are far from the comfort of your dear home, it makes no difference.

For preparing the perfect Buttery Scrambled Eggs, I would like to provide a few suggestions of mine. First, you should take advantage of a good quality spatula and non-stick pan. Beat the egg mixture well before cooking. Also cook in low heat to end up with soft and creamy Buttery Scrambled Eggs, that is not too dry nor too wet, just right for your palate. Also while cooking eggs do not forget to constantly stir and ensure that it does not cook too fast or stick to the bottom of pan. It is the creamy buttery texture and taste that makes Buttery Scrambled Eggs unique and special. All of us love eggs and these protein rich and wholesome eggs are a must for a healthy balanced body. Growing up kids needs eggs daily and Buttery Scrambled Eggs provides the right choice for a busy mother. You can explore a well detailed Buttery Scrambled Eggs recipe here.

Buttery Scrambled Egg

Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 1 People


  • 2 nos. Egg
  • 1 pinch Salt
  • 1 tnsp unsalted butter


  • In a bowl, beat the eggs and a pinch of salt with a spoon,fork or whisk until thoroughly mixed and the yolks and whites are totally combined
  • Heat a pan and add 1 tbsp of butter.turn the heat to medium-low. (Be careful not to heat the pan too high)
  • Once the butter is melted and foaming, add the egg mixture and cook for up to 1 minute without touching the eggs at all, until a thin layer, similar to an omelet, forms on the top. 
  • Before it sets up too much, gently stir the eggs with a wooden spoon, making sure to pull the eggs away from the edge of the pan. Continue cooking until cooked through and your desired texture is reached. This can take less than 2 minutes.
  • Enjoy!!


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