2 years ago
divalycious
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It's really the best of both worlds.
When it comes to matters of breakfast, there's no opinion more personal than how a person likes their eggs. Most people land in one of two camps: Fried or scrambled. Each has its own merits: The fried variety sports crispy edges (maybe you've heard—we like them extra-crispy) and wins extra points for being more Instagram-friendly, while the scrambled stuff has a lighter-than-air fluffiness and seemingly endless mix-in possibilities.
Our question: Why can't eggs be both?
They can—all you have to do is Framble.
For the uninitiated, here's a list of Frequently Asked Framble Questions (FAFQs):
WHAT'S A FRAMBLE?
The Framble is exactly what you think it is: A Frankenstein-like mash-up of fried and scrambled eggs that brings the best of both worlds to the breakfast table. It's a fried egg without any of the annoying parts, as there's no need to let the whites set or to coddle the precious egg yolks so they don't spill all over the place like some sort of molten Dick Tracy cake. At the same time, it's a scramble with some textural variation and less clean up.
HEY! I LIKE POACHED EGGS. WHAT ABOUT THOSE?
Unfortunately, there's no easy way to make a Pramble (poached-scramble).
DO I NEED SPECIAL EQUIPMENT TO MAKE A FRAMBLE?
Absolutely not. You don't even need to break out a mixing bowl or whisk. That's because every cooking step takes place in one nonstick skillet. Don't have one? We've got you covered.
CAN I USE DIFFERENT MIX-INS, LIKE I WOULD WITH PLAIN OLD SCRAMBLED EGGS?You sure can! Virtually anything you'd want to incorporate scrambled eggs will work with the Framble. We're big fans of spicy meats (like chorizo or Andouille), wilty greens, and hearty, cooked grains.
ALL THIS SOUNDS GREAT! HOW DO I FRAMBLE?
We thought you'd never ask. Start by melting 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil in a nonstick skillet over medium-low heat. Crack the eggs into the skillet one at a time. Use a rubber spatula to break the egg yolks and incorporate them into the egg whites. If you're using any mix-ins, this is the time to add them. Continue to stir the Frambled eggs until the yolks are set, about 2-3 minutes.
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you have no idea how much i like eggs...and u made me hungry! ill make my eggs this way the next time, but ill make sure to leave those edges extra crispy! :)
2 years ago·Reply
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I am officially in love. The framble sounds like such a good idea. All I need for this one is a nice slice of toast.
2 years ago·Reply
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It would be great if you gave credit to the author of this piece @divalycious ---> http://www.epicurious.com/expert-advice/fry-scramble-eggs-in-pan-article
2 years ago·Reply
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thanks @caricakes ... usually the pics have the links ... n this was too scrumptious not to share ... :D
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