Thursday, March 31, 2011


My daughter Tyca starts her driving lesson today. She woke up early and prepared this breakfast, So I am off from the kitchen for breakfast today. A simple breakfast from someone learning to master the cooking skills - Toast and Scramble Eggs.


large eggs, preferably free-range or organic
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
a good knob of butter, plus extra to serve
4 slices of bread
1/2 cup milk
1 tbsp cheese

  1. Crack eggs into bowl and beat lightly with fork; add a little water, milk or sour cream to thin and fluff; add salt, pepper, herbs and combine.
  2. Meanwhile, melt butter in saucepan and sauté shallots until soft; add vegetables if using and sauté for a few minutes.
  3. Pour egg mixture into pan and cook over medium heat, stirring gently until eggs are almost set.
  4. Sprinkle with cheese and continue to cook until eggs are completely set to desired degree of doneness. Spoon on top of grilled bread and serve open-face.


Scrambled eggs can be one of the most fantastic, luxurious breakfasts around if you remember a few key things:
  • always use really fresh free-range or organic eggs and
  • good-quality butter, and
  • always keep the eggs moving slowly
  • scrambled eggs should have a short lifespan.
  • they should always be taken out of the pan before they are done —  look for about 85 to 90 percent doneness, they should look a bit wet. 
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    Here's version. I love this, buttery and creamy - Learn the technique here.

    Scrambled Egg Toast
    For 1; scale as needed
    2 large eggs
    2 tablespoons milk, half-and-half or cream
    1/8 teaspoon salt
    Few grinds black pepper
    2 teaspoons butter or olive oil
    A 1-inch thick piece of bread
    1 tablespoon goat cheese, softened a bit (though cream cheese is a great swap here)
    1 teaspoon chives or scallion greens, thinly sliced

    1. Set your table and pour your coffee. I am an absolutely nut about eating my eggs the second they come out of the pan, and to do this, your table needs to be ready for you; your troops should be gathered. Toast your bread, then smear it with the goat cheese and sprinkle it with half the chives. Set it aside. (P.S. If you decide to butter it before adding the goat cheese, I will not tell anyone.)
    2. Beat eggs with milk, salt and pepper in a small bowl, with a fork, until combined, with a few big bubbles. Heat a large sauté pan over medium-low heat; once hot, add butter. Once butter is melted and foamy, add eggs and pause; count to 20 if you must, but let those eggs begin to set up before you start nudging away at them. Using a wooden spoon or spatula, begin push your eggs once from the outside to the center of the pan and pause again; count to 5 if you must, before continuing with another push. Continue in this manner around the pan as if you were trying draw spokes of a wheel through your eggs with your spatula, pausing for 5 seconds after each push. Go around the pan as many times as needed, until your eggs in the center are ribbony damp pile — it should look only 75 percent cooked. Use your spoon or spatula to break up this pile into smaller chunks — to taste. Your eggs should now look almost 90 percent cooked.
    3. Immediately remove the pan from the heat and pile the scrambled eggs bits high on your goat cheese toast. Sprinkle with an additional grind of black pepper and remaining chives. Eat immediately.Do this and you’ll get luscious, buttery, creamy eggs every time.

    Asalamuailaikum and SELAMAT PAGI MALAYSIA, hari anak saya Tyca memulakan kelas memandunya. Selepas memperolehi keputusan cemerlang dalam SPMnya baru-baru ini dan dalam persiapan menunggu tawaran memasuki University, Tyca terpaksa mengambil kursus memandu supaya senang nanti, nak ke kuliah. Kelas bermula awal pagi dan entah apa mimpinyanya hari ini, dia minta kebenaran saya untuk siapkan sarapan. Pucuk dicipta ulam mendatang, inilah saat-saat yang ditunggu-tunggu, bolehla saya relax sedikit membaca surat khabar dahulu sebelum memulakan tugas.

    Breakfast Tyca simple aje, ialah breakfast orang yang baru berjinak-jinak hendak ke dapur, Toast dan Scrambled Eggs. Breakfast ini sebenarnya tidak memerlukan resipi, main campak-campak aje, tetapi walau bagaimanapun untuk mendapatkan scrambled eggs yang lembab dan tidak kering ada rahsianya. Tips penyediaan dari disediakan di atas. Apa pun saya lebih suka kalau scrambled eggs dimasak menggunakan micowave, telur jadi gebu dan lembab. SELAMAT BERSARAPAN SEMOGA PAGI INI MEMBAWA KEBERKATAN 

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