Culinary Arts

Make: Elevated Scrambled Eggs

Gordon Ramsay

Lesson time 6:31 min

Even in a restaurant kitchen, cooking eggs is one of the most difficult tasks. Learn how to make the perfect scrambled eggs and elevate them by adding sea urchin and white truffle.

Gordon Ramsay
Teaches Cooking I
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I loved this lesson and the other lessons cooking an egg on top of brioche bread with sautéed mushrooms. how it came out mouth watering. . I slso enjoyed watching his knife sharpening skills and his course I would recommend to anyone who enjoys cooking.


Isnt sea urchin an exclusive delicacy? I don't think I can get those in the area I live. Any suggestions on alternatives?

Sandro V.

EXcelente lesson but i don know whats the yellow ingredient, i didnt understand what is this


Loved this lesson...… I always thought scrambled eggs were scrambled eggs.... I was wrong. I didn't have many of the ingredients but was eager to try the recipe. I had fresh smoked salmon, and whipped cream cheese in place of crème fraiche, of course no truffle handy, but had chives..... it was really good.


I never liked scrambled eggs until I started making them this way (minus sea urchin and truffle of course). They truly are so incredibly creamy and delicious.


Is smoked salmon safe to consume? Sorry if I sounded like a ignorant but I am a bit afraid of catching any bacteria, thank you!

Robin D.

Inspiring intro. Very clear explanation on knife skills. Easy to understand.

Robert S.

Living In Idaho makes finding some ingredients challenging like sea Urchins so I added some Cave Aged Emmentaler Swiss Cheese some Avocados and a dash of Cowboy Caviar made and canned from my own garden and a side of cinnamon brown sugar bacon


Anyone else notice that in the kitchen layout class he shows a stainless steel pan for scrambled eggs (nightmare!!) then in this lesson says completely the opposite?!

Crystal K.

Tried them today (sans truffle and sea urchin) and they were amazing! I am hoping this technique scales up as I have a large family breakfast to cook for this weekend and would love to make these for everyone!