Scrambled eggs are a dish that almost everyone enjoys. It's relatively simple to make in theory, but if you try and cook them too fast or too slow, you can end up with some less than appetizing results. This helpful video by Dani Spies shows the best technique for making the best scrambled eggs you've ever had.
The most important thing to remember when cooking your eggs is to be patient. If you try and move the eggs before they've had a chance to settle in the pan, it's likely that you'll end up with a runny and gooey mess. If you wait until the edges of your egg mixture have begun to settle and harden, you'll be able to cook the eggs more evenly and quickly without the chance of overcooking.
Once you have the basic skill of cooking them down, you can start experimenting with added ingredients and flavors that can amp up your scrambled eggs to a brand new level. Try out this handy set of tips on how to create the perfect plate of eggs on a meal for a loved one and see just how impressed they'll be at your culinary expertise.