Think you need a coated “non-stick” pan to make scrambled eggs?
It’s totally possible to make a perfect, non-sticking batch of scrambled eggs in your trusty cast iron skillet. And today I’m going to show you how.
Cooking with Cast Iron
I used to have a bunch of cheapo, non-stick pans that I used on a regular basis. But when I became aware of the health hazards connected the chemicals in the coating. I promptly
ditched my collection. (Those pans don’t tend to last very long anyway– at least not for me. I was always really good at scratching them….)
However, as much as I loved my cast iron skillet, it was a disaster when it came time to make scrambled eggs… Until I figured out the tips I’m going to show you today.
Like I mention in the video, I doubt this is the official-cooking-school-approved method for making scrambled eggs, but it works for me.