As with their fellow breakfast staples oatmeal and toast, if you’re bored with your scrambled eggs, you’re making them wrong. The protein-packed breakfast food can either be light or luscious, plain or piquant. In other words, your options are endless.
But that also means you have to start with the best possible base before you can dress them to the nines. You have to build a house on a good foundation. Before you choose your veggies, or even whether you want sausage or bacon, make sure you have these scrambled egg secrets down. The resulting dish will let all those add-ons shine so much more than average eggs. One bite after using these tricks, and you’ll never look back (or suffer through dry eggs) again. --Linnea Zielinski
Play with the heat
You’ll get ultra-creamy scrambled eggs if, once you’ve heated the butter or oil you’re using with your eggs on a medium-high heat you dial the temperature back to low. Sure, you’ll have to wait a couple extra minutes to dig into your morning meal, but the creamy, custardy texture of the eggs will more than make up for it.