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rotuts

rotuts

my butter may not have gotten to the sizzle.

 

I think that's the issue : lower temp cooking.    scrambled eggs cooked over low heat end up like very soft barely formed custard and taste different

 

these are traditionally done in a double boiler 

 

my T-fal 8 " pan

 

https://www.amazon.com/T-fal-Professional-Nonstick-Thermo-Spot-Indicator/dp/B000GWK2XW?th=1

 

on the Burton set on #1 or 100  F  with some butter in the pan first does a fine job 

 

I can fiddle w the coffee and the CSB for toast for a few minutes while the beaten eggs warm up the use the silicone

 

spatula to finish them off.

 

I jut thought id mention that it seems  poly,prized coatings need a minims temp first to  ??  firm up ?

rotuts

rotuts

my butter may not have gotten to the sizzle.

 

I think that's the issue : lower temp cooking.    scrambled eggs cooked over low heat end up like very soft barely formed custard and taste different

 

these are traditionally done in a double boiler 

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