How Not to Ruin Your Pan with Stuck Scrambled Eggs

By F&W Editors Posted September 29, 2014

Scrambled eggs are a great speedy breakfast—except for the cleanup. Scraping dried, cooked-on egg remnants from the pan is zero fun. As luck would have it, we have a solution.

Scrambled eggs are a great speedy breakfast—except for the cleanup. Scraping dried, cooked-on egg remnants from the pan is zero fun. As luck would have it, we have a solution.

In this week’s video from Panna, F&W Best New Chef 1997 Daniel Patterson reveals how to make poached scrambled eggs. It’s fast, easy and, best of all, requires no post-meal scrubbing. Watch the video above to master the simple technique.

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