How to Make Scrambled Eggs



How to Make Scrambled Eggs in a Microwave

Ingredients

  • 2-3 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon of milk
  • 1 tablespoon of butter or cooking spray (optional)
  • Salt and pepper for taste (optional)

Steps

Microwaved scrambled eggs 1

  1. Spray or grease a microwave safe bowl with cooking spray or butter.If you do this, the egg batter will not stick to the bowl in the cooking process
  2. Crack eggs and pour a tablespoon of milk into the bowl.
  3. Whisk them together with a fork.
  4. Place in the microwave and cook for 1 minute on 100% power.Have caution since the bowl may be hot, so wear mitts. Remove, as they will be partially formed (see Warnings below). Use your fork and stir them gently, so that the uncooked blends in with the still loose egg. Set the eggs back in the microwave. You may also consider covering the bowl with a napkin to prevent any splatter.
  5. Microwave the eggs for 30 second intervals until you get a more solid than liquidy egg.Be sure not to overcook the eggs.
  6. Finished.

Microwaved scrambled eggs 2

  1. Spray the bowl with cooking oil.
  2. Crack the number of eggs needed into the bowl.
  3. Add a bit of milk.
  4. Whisk the eggs and milk together with a fork.
  5. Put in the microwave for 2 minutes but keep an eye on it.
  6. Mix the eggs gently.
  7. Put the bowl in the microwave and put on for 30 seconds.
  8. Plate up and enjoy.

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  • Question
    Can I put cheese in the eggs if I am cooking them in the microwave?
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    Yes, you can add cheese to them.
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    Is making scrambled eggs in a microwave safe and healthy?
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    Using microwaves to cook eggs is safe and won't cause any health issues as long as you follow the instructions here.
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  • Question
    Will these scrambled eggs taste the same as ones made on a stove top?
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    The taste is probably the same, but you will notice a distinct difference in the texture. When you cook in a pan, the coagulating egg is broken into fragments as you are stirring, making it lighter. You obviously can't do this in a microwave, so you run the risk of it setting into an amorphous lump, more like an omelet. Both are just as good to eat, though.
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    How powerful is the microwave you are using?
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    It should be an average microwave. As long as it's on 100% power, like the instructions, you should be good to go. That equates to the 'high' setting on the microwave.
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    Is it alright if I were to use cooking oil instead of spray?
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    Yes, as long as it's thoroughly lubricated.
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  • Question
    Do I need to use cooking oil/spray?
    Top Answerer
    It is preferred that your cooking container be greased to ensure the eggs do not stick. You can use any type of greasing method. If you don't want to use oil, consider butter instead, which will add to the taste of the eggs.
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  • Question
    Can I put ham on my eggs?
    Top Answerer
    Yes, but ham should go on after you cook it. Don't combine them in a microwave.
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  • Question
    Is it OK to add bell peppers and mushrooms?
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    Yes. You also might add mozzarella cheese.
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  • Question
    How long will it take to make scrambled eggs in a 1200-watt microwave?
    Top Answerer
    It should only take 1 - 2 minutes, but make sure to keep stirring in between!
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  • Question
    Do I need to use cooking spray or butter?
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    You do not need to, but it is highly recommended. It will help keep the eggs from sticking to the bowl.
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  • Never cook with metal in a microwave. Use porcelain, glass or ceramic kitchenware.
  • Do not add salt until you are ready to eat the eggs. Adding it at the beginning will toughen the eggs.
  • The above instructions are for 2 eggs. Increase the cooking time for more eggs.
  • After the first minute, you need to keep an eye on the eggs to avoid overcooking.
  • Try mixing in a slice of cheese (in the beginning) for delicious cheesy goodness!
  • Just remember that if you want to eat the eggs with something else, but need to heat that item, microwave it separately from the eggs. The eggs will continue to cook and may turn crispy and brown while heating.
  • Water produces a lighter egg, while milk or cream produces a smoother, creamier egg. Personal preference is the deciding factor.
  • Alternatively, put the eggs in a glass measuring jug.
  • These eggs won't taste exactly the same as if you were to cook them in a regular frying pan, but it's a fast way to do so without any additional dishes.
  • Adding melted cheese over the eggs after they are done cooking adds more flavor to them.
  • Let the eggs cool and mix with mayonnaise for quick sandwiches.
  • Whisking the eggs until they're foamy makes for fluffy eggs, but they will expand a lot in the microwave.
  • This dish makes a mess: you should place the dish on a paper towel to keep it from spreading in microwave.
  • Create a water bath and place the dish with the egg in the center of the water and then microwave. This will make for a perfect, quiche style dish. Mix in pesto for a delicious recipe idea.

Warnings

  • Use oven gloves or a cloth when handling.
  • Due to health concerns, always use a clean fork after placing the bowl back in the microwave before stirring the eggs again.
  • The bowl can get very hot or crack.
  • Neverput metal in the microwave.

Things You'll Need

  • Microwave-safe mixing bowl
  • Whisk/fork
  • Microwave

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