How To Make Perfect Scrambled Eggs – 3 ways | Jamie Oliver

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Scrambled eggs can be hard to get right so Jamie’s done a little video to give you a helping hand. There’s three variations on this simple dish – English, French and American. All different. All tasty. Which one is your favourite?

What’s your best tips for making scrambled eggs Food Tubers? Is there is a method from your own country you’d love to share? Let us know in the comments box below.

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Jamie Oliver – How to Make Perfect Porridge |
French Cooking Guy – 15 Amazing Facts about Eggs |

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SevenDeMagnus says:

I've watched the scrambled egg versions of Bourdain's, Ramsay's , Jamie Oliver's and Nigella's.
I'm now the ultra chef master of scrambled wggs.

God bless, Revelation 21:4

Bayram Ode says:

I don't have a good pan, it's just an iron pan where the egg sticks all over the place.
As a solution I heat up the pan very very high, put the eggs and start stirring immediately.
Have to be quick if you want to have a good texture. Takes me about 5 seconds to cook 6 eggs.
And the pan is shiny clean after this.

Mike Gumballi says:

My understanding is that there are really just 2 types of scrambled eggs, creamy and fluffy. All of the eggs you cooked would classify as creamy to me. If you could elaborate, that would be great. Also, what about egg rings for breakfast sandwich egg patties? Just want your opinion. Finally, as an American, those do not look like the typical scrambled eggs you get here. The ones at the breakfast diners are probably more of the fluffy style.

Cravel says:

How high do you cook the American egg?

nyel says:

Love this over Gordon's recipe

Rachy Corkill says:

I am from New Zealand and I don't know how our country cooks eggs but I usually do it American style. Tonight I did it English style and I think I love that a lot. I really want to try the French style one day.

dUdIES MAniAC says:

1:51 so we just finna ignore that he burnt his toast?

It's Gibbinz says:

American scrambled are just an omelette.

Rooster Crow says:

I prefer the American way from this list. As an Australian growing up my mum would just let the eggs set in the pan and then mix lightly so you would have ribbons of white and orange. My mums way is still my favourite.

Daz555Daz says:

My method is to not mix the eggs first – just straight into the pan and mix as it starts to cook. That way you end up with scrambled eggs which are a mixture of white and yellow. I prefer the texture that way.

Grzegorz Szewczok says:

No no no u doing that wrong. Omg ask Gordon how to cook scrambled eggs.

5cm Pak38 auf PzKpfw II Sonderfahrgestell 901 says:

i just made the British style egg, and my lord was it freakin' delicious

Justin Guiniling says:

Im here because of uncle roger

rupert ronnie says:

Thats not a bread.. use a rock like gordon

English tea says:

Scrambled eggs, oh my baby how I love your legs.

thesix107 says:

Too raw. That looks gross

Shane Clark says:

I bet 8/10 people would say that the English version looks like raw eggs on burnt toast. I think it looks perfect.

Just ThatWeeb says:

No cheese salt or pepper yea u doing bad bro

Dan Jonsson says:

In Sweden we have a horrible substitute for caviar in a tube called Kalles kaviar. its not at taste you enjoy unless you grew up with it since its very salty fishpaste. but if you take a teaspoon of it and mix it thoroughly with 3 eggs they enhance the scrambled eggs way better than with just salt. 🙂

Michael Eklund says:

The french way is not scrambled. It's eggs purée. The american way is how i make my scrambled eggs.

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