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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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I don't know much about cooking so this helped me enormously. I just want to be able to cook great meals for my family. I cooked the egg dishes and my husband said it was some of the best cooking I'd ever done. Entertaining and enlightening.

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Comments

A fellow student

Nobody is putting sea urchin on eggs. What is this? The technique to make the eggs better is great, but people don’t just keep sea urchin laying around to make breakfast with.

Sawyer W.

I had leftover chicken and beats in the fridge so I put those in with onion, spinach, and feta cheese. That mix was then sauteed in balsamic vinaigrette and olive oil. Near the end of the sauteing I added salt, pepper, sriracha, and old bay seasoning (a local spice from Maryland). The eggs were cooked the same way as shown by Ramsay and the contents of the two pans were mixed together. I am open to suggestions and criticism on the dish.

mattgarcia

Even when substituting creme fraiche with milk and chives with white onion, still the best scrambled eggs I've ever made

Emeleia

They were good but I wish he would use ingredients we could have in our house. They were good without the sea urchins and white truffle though.

Kristen K.

I liked the lesson but I wish he'd shown an alternate, less "fancy"/more approachable scrambled egg using ingredients that are easier to find and that many of us would have in fridge. Never in my life have I bought sea urchin and probably wouldn't but I'd still like to make elevated scrambled eggs!

carme Z.

Fantastic! I make these scrambled eggs often because they are a great success!

A fellow student

What an eye opener for me. Although I did not have all the extra ingredients, the technique was so much better. Tasty and texture was great.

Kim

Eggs on top = my way = BORING! Eggs on the bottom are next level. WOW!! So fluffy and tasty...I couldn't believe it. I didn't have any sea urchin or truffle so I just made your basic scrambled eggs. Seriously though, they were the best eggs I've ever made.

A fellow student

What is the white serving bowl that gordon used in the video? is it the sea urchin?

A fellow student

Love the egg lesson! It seems so easy once you understand the principles. I am not sure about sea urchins but I'd certainly try it with smoked salmon. I am definitely a truffle fan so will give that a go!