Can you make scrambled eggs without milk?

In this article, we will answer the question “Can you make scrambled eggs without milk?”

Can you make scrambled eggs without milk?

Yes, you can make scrambled eggs without milk. In fact, scrambled eggs can be made without any liquid at all. You just need to grab your favorite seasonings and add-ons and follow the instructions below to make the best milk-free scrambled eggs.

How to make scrambled eggs without milk?

Part 1: Scrambling the eggs 

Crack the eggs

In a bowl, crack open the eggs. Remove any stray eggshell pieces using a larger piece of eggshell or a spoon or a spatula.

Beat the eggs

The duration and intensity of whisking depend on you are light or dense you like your scrambled eggs. Beat lightly for fluffy and vigorously for denser scrambled eggs.

Grease the skillet 

Use 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of your favorite fat to grease the skillet on medium heat. Ideally, a small and high-quality non-stick pan is preferred for making scrambled eggs. A small-sized pan will ensure a thick bed.

Reduce the heat

When the oil is hot enough that it starts to bubble, reduce the what to low or medium-low. The perfect scrambled eggs are always cooked on low heat.

Part 2: Cooking your scrambled eggs 

Pour the whisked eggs into the pan

Empty the bowl into the heated pan. Let the egg mixture set and form big curds before using the spatula.

Scramble the eggs

Sweep and move the eggs across the surface of the pan while stirring often. This will ensure each curd of the scrambled egg comes into contact with the hot pan. 

Ideally, you should use a rubber or silicone spatula to move the eggs. Push and pull the eggs so that they turn out fluffy and evenly cooked.

Add the rest of the ingredients 

When half of the curds are dry and half of them are undone, stir in the rest of the ingredients.

It could be cheese, chives,  pre-cooked veggies, meat. Some of the famous scrambled eggs flavors can be produced by using the following ingredients in the given ratio.

2 tbsp (30 mL) crumbled feta cheese + 14 tsp (1.2 mL) za’atar spice mixMediterranean flavors
2 tbsp (30 mL) grated Parmesan cheese + 1 tbsp (15 mL) chopped basilItalian twist 

Fold the eggs 

Fold the larger lumps of undercooked scrambled eggs into each other. Use the spatula to keep the eggs moving on the pan to prevent overcooked and burnt eggs. Push and pull the pan using your dominant hand to move the eggs.

Add the seasoning 

When the scrambled eggs are  ¾ of the way done, sprinkle your favorite seasoning. Prevent adding the salt in the begging as it can remove moisture from the eggs leaving them tough and rubbery.

Part 3: Finishing the meal

Turn off the heat

When the eggs are about to fully cook and you see some soft spots here and there, turn off the flame. The eggs will become fully done during the ‘carryover cooking’.

Remove the eggs from the pan 

Do not let the eggs sit in the hot pan after cooking. This will lead to overcooking. As soon as the eggs are cooked completely, empty the pan into the serving dish or scoop the eggs onto a toast or bagel.

Add the toppings 

Drizzle some hot sauce or sprinkle some of your favorite spices on the scrambled eggs. Top off with grated cheese, chopped fresh herbs, or diced vegetables.

Rest the eggs before eating 

Let the eggs set and become warm instead of hot before you devour them.

Scrambled egg variations

  1. You can play around with spices. In addition to the basic salt and pepper, you can add chili flakes or curry powder for a bold and spicy flavor.
  1. For a creamier texture, try adding milk or cheese or both to your eggs. Add the cheese at the end to prevent it from sticking to the bottom. 

You can use fets cheese, shredded parmesan or cheddar cheese, or goat cheese. Parmesan cheese pairs well with spinach.

  1. If you like meat in your scrambled eggs, add bacon pieces or chorizos (even reheated chorizo) to your scrambled eggs.
  1. Herbs enhance the flavor and visual appeal of the scrambled eggs. You can use thyme, parsley, or oregano for an earthy flavor. Finish off your scrambled eggs with freshly chopped chives or scallions. 
  1. Garnish your scrambled eggs with dill and shredded or crumbled feta cheese.
  1. Finish off your creamy scrambled eggs with lightly sauteed cherry tomatoes in garlic. 
  2. If you love to have avocados in your breakfast, stuff them with cheesy scrambled eggs for a nutritious and delicious breakfast.

Conclusion

In this article, we answered the question “Can you make scrambled eggs without milk?”

References

https://www.wikihow.com/Make-Scrambled-Eggs-Without-Milk
https://www.inspiredtaste.net/26600/scrambled-eggs-recipe/

Hi, I am Charlotte, I love cooking and in my previous life, I was a chef. I bring some of my experience to the recipes on this hub and answer your food questions.