Scrambled eggies

I am trying this tomorrow!

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REVIEW OF RECIPE!

Hello everyone, I’ve tried this, and it was….. BUTTERY hahahah. Very rich and filling. I followed the recipe for the eggs exactly except that because of my laziness to find these two ingredients, I substituted creme fraiche with full cream milk and chives with parsley. Taste great! MACAM DI HOTEL. Haha.

I find however the recipe to be needlessly complicated. I felt that the “playing with the heat” was unneccesary, and don’t see relevance of adding butter together with the eggs. So, I’m going to try making the eggs again, but adding the butter first barutah the eggs to see if there’s any difference.

Condiment side: I cannot bear to see the mushrooms just fried blandly, so I added some cloves of garlic (you know how I love these!) to saute it with, together with the salt and pepper.

For the tomatoes, I didnt use cherry tomatoes (don’t like them!) but used big huge *almost* overripe tomatoes instead. Cut them into halves and seared them on the pan with dried basil, salt and pepper until the bottom side was caramelised.

All this served with hot toasts.

Results: I thought the eggs were okay. Like I said rich. Tested it on two people and got mixed reviews: Person A said the mushrooms turned out gorgeous and asked again and again how I made it, and Person B raved about the tomatoes: “omigod these tomatoes are so gooooood”. No one said anything about the eggs until I asked: to which they replied. Oh yea, it was yum. Hehehe.

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14 Comments

  1. Wow. Now that’s making me hungry. But that’s how we always make our scrambled eggs here, stir it in the pan and season it after. No creme fresh, though, haha.

    This guy’s giving all his secrets away!

    The secret to fabulous scrambled eggs. I haven’t had any in a long time because I was tired of it. My cousins are crazy about it, though. Especially with cheeeeese.

    See you on Saturday, Miss Maurina. I missed you! 😀

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  2. Gotta love Gordon Ramsey. My boyfriend and I have different ideas on how to make scrambled eggs, but neither of us have tried using creme fraiche. Might try it.

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  3. SIA-SIAPUN! Ani kan lagi aku andang taisliur kan scrambled eggs. Mine’s simple though. More like my sis’s. Not mine. Hahaha. Awu main berrequest aku ah. Scrambled eggs pun buleh ancur olehku. 😆

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  4. REVIEW OF RECIPE!

    Hello everyone, I’ve tried this, and it was….. BUTTERY hahahah. Very rich and filling. I followed the recipe for the eggs exactly except that because of my laziness to find these two ingredients, I substituted creme fraiche with full cream milk and chives with parsley. Taste great! MACAM DI HOTEL. Haha.

    I find however the recipe to be needlessly complicated. I felt that the “playing with the heat” was unneccesary, and don’t see relevance of adding butter together with the eggs. So, I’m going to try making the eggs again, but adding the butter first barutah the eggs to see if there’s any difference.

    Condiment side: I cannot bear to see the mushrooms just fried blandly, so I added some cloves of garlic (you know how I love these!) to saute it with, together with the salt and pepper.

    For the tomatoes, I didnt use cherry tomatoes (don’t like them!) but used big huge *almost* overripe tomatoes instead. Cut them into halves and seared them on the pan with dried basil, salt and pepper until the bottom side was caramelised.

    All this served with hot toasts.

    Results: I thought the eggs were okay. Like I said rich. Tested it on two people and got mixed reviews: Person A said the mushrooms turned out gorgeous and asked again and again how I made it, and Person B raved about the tomatoes: “omigod these tomatoes are so gooooood”. No one said anything about the eggs until I asked: to which they replied. Oh yea, it was yum. Hehehe.

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    Comment replies:

    Tina: I know! MISSED U TOO!!! Looking forward to Saturday!

    Sham: Aiseh mun kau masak cam si Ramsey, naik saham tu eh. Phewittt!!!! SHAM IS SINGLE PEOPLE!!!

    Dee: Since I didn’t use creme fraiche, I still cannot imagine how it would taste like with the added tanginess. I’ll try it next time, after I digested the THREE whole eggs hahahah! Extra cholestrol!

    Atul: HOPELESS! Makan mata lembu saja!

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  5. Yeap! I know. Thus the surprise when he burnt his own toast hehehe. I like the last part,

    “now u be a good boy and give it to her… I mean the breakfast!” hahahah

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  6. heyy i watched this video back when i was still a student. i was too keen on the creme fraiche idea so i didn’t make it… but i liked my scrambled eggs with milk anyway hehehe. you hsould’ve added your recipe review to the post!!!

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  7. added! 🙂 thanks for the suggestion. btw, i love it with milk too! i find that it adds an extra dimension of creaminess but not as rich as adding butter. just right.

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  8. hahahaha! maw.. malu ku eh.. ladies please, jgn layan c maw atu.. it’s true what she said though.. but i can’t really cook plg.. i’m just a normal romantic guy, who loves walking along the beach at sunset, i’m sorta funny and i’m very outgoing person. but i can’t cook. i’d love to.. so yeah.. jgn layan c maw atu..

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    HAHAHAHA!

    ps: maw! how dare you defy mr chef gordon ramsay ah?! pandai2 tukar recipe.. hmmmphh!

    hehe

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  9. Brunei memang hard to find creme fraiche – you can always sub it with sour cream instead I think… but if you can get the real thing – makes a whole lot of difference. Missing the dairy supermarkets of Oz

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  10. Haha! I usually call eggs like these ‘Hotel Eggs’ at home. Of course, we don’t use creme fraiche, instead we use milk.

    Girl, after watching this, got me seliur for eggs all of a sudden. Macam banar2 kan makan. And I quote my sis “Are you pregnant?” ROFL! What the?

    I blame your video! LOL!

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  11. awu si sham. HAHAHAHAH. baru ya masuk tupperware angkat sendiri. malas ku malassssss!!!

    cookie m, nice meeting you on saturday! had a great time 🙂 anyway, our supermarket nearby (hua hu tg bunut) usually have these fancy dairy products. so i never really have any probelm with ingredients. but at the time of the making of the eggs i was too lazy to drag my ass there. haha. in fact i was too lazy to get out of the house even, so had to make do with what i already have in the fridge.

    the not so lazy turtle, u guys tau, we (the TESLers) were just talking about how much we miss having the same tutorials sama u guys. Good times! 🙂 anyway, milk always make anything tastes better i think. hehe. anyway, dont blame my video! blame gordon ramsey!

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