For as long as I can remember, I've been making scrambled eggs one way. I melt some butter in a pan, swish it around to get all the corners, crack and beat some eggs into a separate cup, whisking them around and pouring them into the hot pan. From there, I basically just turn, flip and cut the eggs in the pan while they cook. The result's usually great—but it's far from perfect—as my eggs are often flat and a little brown.
And I've got a good feeling my process is pretty similar to what yours is.
Thanks to Delish's YouTube page, we now have the recipe for the perfect scrambled eggs, so check it out.
As the video shows, low heat is the way to go, with the ultimate secret ingredient of sour cream—not milk—to add extra flavor and fluffiness.
I don't know how you feel about this, but I'm just a little bit more excited to make breakfast tomorrow after the tip.