Original article from Kent Live
Who doesn't love scrambled eggs on toast in the morning?
The relative ease of cooking it, along with the chance to add tomatoes or other extras make it a staple breakfast option.
But these often daily efforts are potentially being hampered by one common mistake we all seem to make.
It has been a week of kitchen revelations after it was previously revealed how most of us are sadly cooking bacon wrong, according to a chef who cooked for the Queen.
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And to make matters worse, he also pointed out three mistakes people always make when cooking sausages.
The fry-up is and always will be a classic, so here's the top tips on how to make the perfect scrambled eggs and sidestep an easily avoidable mistake.
How to cook the perfect scrambled eggs – and the common mistakes to avoid
For many of us home cooks, all too often, we over-scramble the eggs, reports the Daily Star.
And according to Australian-French chef Manu Feildel, this is because it's not only a common mistake – but a very easy one to make.
The celebrity cook, who hosts My Kitchen Rules, says that many of us are cranking up the heat too high.
He recommends putting your pan on a medium heat and melting butter into them, before adding your eggs when it starts to bubble.
During the cooking process, it's important to keep the stove at a steady temperature.
Manu explained: “Don’t let your pan get too hot.
“If the pan is too hot the eggs will cook too quickly, burn, and rather than be lovely and light, have a rubbery texture.”
To prevent the breakfast staple from overcooking, Manu recommends taking them off the stove quicker than you’d expect.
He added: “Remove them from the heat when still a little wet in places.
“The residual heat from the pan and the eggs will finish cooking them through.”
Hopefully you've been enlightened by Manu's tips, however simple they may seem.
So now it's time to get into the kitchen and put the method into practice.
And if you're going the whole hog, then why not make sure you're cooking bacon the right way and avoiding the simple mistakes with the sausages too.