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.

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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!

Robert M.

I wanted to make Elevated Scrambled Eggs yesterday but was hard pressed to find urchin tongs. After visiting a few shops that did not carry them, I decided to use smoked salmon instead and the result was delicious. Incorporating creme fraiche into scrambled eggs adds a nice fluffy touch and I will remember this next time I make brunch.

johnereevesIII

Such a good recipe. Tried it with 1 tablespoon butter, 1 tablespoon truffle butter, instead of the 2 of normal butter and its was super decadent and delicious. Little bit more economical than buying a full white truffle.

David H.

I would call myself an egg fanatic, and enjoy eating them in so many ways. Scrambled is so often disappointing in a restaurant because I seldom find places that take the care shown here by Mr. Ramsay. My best version over the years has been to do something very similar to this, but there are three things that this illustrates that I like. 1. Never pre-scramble, unless making omelettes. leave eggs whole until you begin cooking. 2. Spice only at the end of the cooking, and 3. Stop the cooking with a cold ingredient like the cream. My own favorite without using truffles and sea urchin is to take a small touch of cream cheese with a teaspoon of milk, mix the two until the cream cheese is more like sour cream. Then add that at the end while still cold just like Gordon taught. But to me, the cream cheese acts double duty, it gives the flavor that slight cheesiness many like in scrambled eggs, and hits the cream notes as well. I would say you could play around with the cheese options to go in different flavor directions, like cottage cheese for less sweet, or goat cheese to hit a sour note.

Ross

Wow. So interesting. I will absolutely try making this. Might be tough to find fresh white truffle and sea urchin though

Matt R.

Cause we all have sea urchin and white truffle just hanging around the kitchen...

A fellow student

Amazing ! I never considered the chemistry between eggs and salt before. I tried the recipe and the eggs came out amazing !

christina C.

After watching Gordon make these I knew I had to try it. I am now completely and totally obsessed. In one week, I have now made these scrambled eggs 3 times (twice for dinner!) One version was plain, one with smoked salon and one version served over avocado. Wow. All I can say is wow! I just wish it hadn't taken me 39 years to figure out the "proper" way to make and enjoy scrambled eggs. I will never be able to order them out again! THANK YOU Chef Ramsay!

John R.

Looks tasty. I like Gordon's attention to detail. His passion for cooking food really shines through!

Nusrat N.

That was the most delicious & fabulous scrambled egg recipe I have ever seen!! My mentor, my inspiration, my passion for cooking all come from Sir Gordon Ramsay.