Food and drink

Haralds chef course: Creamy scrambled eggs for 17 May!

By Harald Nesse 9. May 2022

Learn how to make scrambled eggs like a pro! Perfect for a lovely 17 May breakfast 🇳🇴

Eggs are super food

Eggs are packed with nutrients! In an egg you get EVERYTHING you need, except vitamin C. Have a glass of orange juice with the egg, and you've got your vitamin C too;)

Read more about nutrient content in eggs at PRIOR.

Creamy scrambled eggs

For three servings you need:

  • 6 eggs, room temperature

  • 6 tablespoons cream

  • 2 tablespoons dairy butter, unsalted or plain

  • 1 tablespoon chives, finely chopped

  • 1 tablespoon sunflower / rapeseed oil

  • Salt and pepper

  • Preferably a frying pan or saucepan with Teflon coating

Cracked eggs and whisk
Cracked eggs in a bowl

How to make scrambled eggs:

  1. Heat the frying pan on medium power on the plate.

  2. Crack the eggs into a mixing bowl.

  3. Beat the eggs with the cream and add a pinch of salt and pepper.

  4. Put oil in the pan and let it warm up.

  5. Put the egg mixture in the hot pan.

  6. Stir constantly at the bottom with a ladle or spatula (remember to use wood or plastic if you have a pan with a Teflon coating!).

  7. When the mixture starts to stick together and there is little liquid left, take the frying pan off the plate and stir in the butter.

  8. Pour into a suitable serving bowl and sprinkle chives over.

Practice makes perfect

The consistency of the scrambled eggs should be creamy and loose. The eggs continue to boil after the scrambled eggs have been removed from the oven, so do not be afraid to remove it too soon. Practice makes perfect.

What about combining the scrambled eggs with some grilled melon?

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Harald Nesse

Food and drink manager

Harald is a chef with experience from hotels, restaurants, canteens, cafes and catering. He has gone through the ranks from apprentice to general manager and owner. In SSN, he is a Food and drink manager.

For Harald, food is joy, culture and welfare. Good food means well-being alone or with others.

Harald loves vegetables and is passionate about: good ingredients with as short a journey as possible, sustainable choices, good kitchen finances, people and new ways of doing things!