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Culinary Arts

Scrambled Eggs

Thomas Keller

Lesson time 13:40 min

Chef Keller shows you two techniques for scrambled eggs—the way his mother made them and the technique he learned in France.

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Fundamental techniques. Fantastic food.

Thomas Keller has won more Michelin stars than any chef in America. In his first online cooking class, the founder of The French Laundry and Per Se teaches you the underlying techniques of making great food so you can go beyond the cookbook. Learn how to confit vegetables, poach perfect eggs, make hand-shaped pasta, and bring Michelin star-quality meals to your kitchen.



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Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

Chef Thomas took me back to the basics, and he focused on the right techniques and concepts

I liked how we were taught the basic techniques and given the freedom to interpret and apply them ourselves. The sharing of Thomas' philosophies at the end are priceless. Thank you!

Excellent lessons and inspiration from Thomas Keller.

This class made me go back to my kitchen and cook again trying new techniques.


Comments

Beth D.

Is it ok to use metal on metal like how he is doing? I've been told it puts metal in your food?

Nancy D.

These scrambled eggs were delicious! Used eggs and garnished with chives and chive blossoms from Blue Hill Farm, Pocantico Hills, NY.

Nancy D.

Great lesson! Oeufs brouillé and brioche soldiers. Made with the beautiful eggs from Blue Hill Farm, Pocantico Hills, NY.

A fellow student

These scrambled eggs were AMAZING. I think the Creme fraiche adds so much. Also, the toasted brioche sticks are a new favorite

Evalira

I'm surprised about the eggs being salted before they are cooked, I've seen a lot of cooking videos (Gordon Ramsey's included) that advise you not to, but I always ended with egg water in the plate. I've seen a response saying it is better this way and I'm definitively going to try it.

A fellow student

I think those of us who has watched Gordon Ramsay and tried his method were surprised to say the least that Chef Keller is promoting salting the eggs prior to cooking them. Chef Ramsay is stressing how one should never do that because it breaks down the eggs and makes them watery. I guess I have to try both side by side (pre-salted / unsalted with salt added at the end) to see the difference. Any thoughts from my fellow students on this?

Karen

I happened to have ALL the ingredients on hand so I made the classic scrambled eggs. Never have I ever had scrambled eggs that were delicious. Period! I also added chives.

A fellow student

Love the french style scrambled eggs. All the whisking sounds got to me though lol

Jonathan W.

What is "creme fresh" that he refers too? Where can you find something like that?

Burlacu O.

Today I tried the simple version of scrambled eggs and it was amazing, so creamy and flavorful. Perfect! Thanks for the tips!