Makes enough for 4 adults.
|1/2 cup ||125 mL ||milk|
|8 ||8 ||eggs|
|1/4 tsp ||1 mL ||salt|
|1/8 tsp ||1/2 mL ||pepper|
|2 Tbsp ||10 mL ||oil|
- Blend the milk, eggs, salt, and pepper using the hand blender.
- Pour the oil in a large frying pan. Tilt the pan so that it runs all over the bottom. Heating an empty frying pan can cause it to warp out of shape.
- Put the frying pan on the stove on the medium setting.
- Pour the egg mixture into the frying pan. Try to get the pepper spead out instead of all in a single lump.
- Wait for the eggs to begin to become firm at the bottom.
Flip the eggs over using a plastic flipper.
- Never use a metal flipper on a non-stick frying pan. If will sratch the non-stick coating.
- I do this by cutting them into pieces about 5 cm square (2 inchs square) and flipping each piece,
- You can also just push the eggs around a bit with the flipper, but that will cause them to be in crumbly pieces when they are done.
- When the eggs are slightly brown (or darker) on both sides, they are done. You may have to flip them more than once.
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