While there are endless innovative ways and recipes that can be used to make scrambled eggs, this is in the top five. When it comes to food, Gordon Ramsay is one of the most prominent names on the planet. It’s his widely famous ‘Scrambled Eggs’ recipe that will be put under the microscope today.
History Behind Gordon Ramsay’s Scrambled Eggs
It all started when chef Gordon Ramsay wanted to learn more about the food they serve in France, the ultimate food lover’s paradise. Thus, after training in London for a short period of time, he finally visited the country. That is where he spotted an amazing dish clubbed with scrambled eggs and sea urchin. The meal was further topped with caviar, making the dish seem wild but definitely irresistible. He described the taste as ‘incredible’.
And this is how the inception of Gordon Ramsay’s famous scrambled eggs took place. He perfected the art in France itself. Adopting an unconventional method, he took to cooking the eggs in a pot.
- Large eggs, according to the number of people you will be feeding
- Tablespoons of diced and ice-cold butter accordingly
- Tablespoons of crème fraiche accordingly
- Freshly ground sea salt and pepper
- Snipped chives or green onion, whatever suits your taste buds
- Rustic, crusty bread to serve the scrambled eggs with.
How to make the scrambled eggs
Break the eggs on a cold pan first. The pan must be kept on the lowest heat possible.
Add half the butter and use a spatula to stir the eggs consistently. Stir it until the yolk and the whites are no longer two different entities.
It will probably take about five minutes for the eggs to scramble. Ensure that you keep a proper check on the eggs as they should be soft and lumpy.
After five odd minutes or so, add the crème fraiche and season the eggs with snipped chives.
Serve the toasted bread and the scrambled eggs immediately, and savour the flavour of this lip-smacking dish.
Feast on scrambled eggs a la Gordon Ramsay this weekend. Watch the full video here.