|Hooper_X - 2009-04-07 |
Usually I like my eggs scrambled a bit harder, but those are some damn tasty looking eggs.
Also, the difference between his dickish TV persona and the real guy seems very pronounced here - he gets a little frustrated at one point, but he's not flipping out and firing people.
I would've fired his ass for burning that toast. And cussed like a sailor!
Big Beef Burritos Supreme
It's not only good TV, but besides the not stop stress you need to be heard in a kitchen.
Plus his eggs get him laid. That's quite impressive.
He should have fired himself. Plonker.
Big Beef Burritos Supreme
Fluffy: I liked the one where he was in a kitchen whilst people made mash from dehydrated potatoes and butter and served Safeway fudge cake at a slice. The staff were like "nobody notices anything else if it's rich enough."
He had his jaw on the floor.
That sounds like Kitchen Nightmares, not Faking It. Of course that's another excellent show and in it he generally comes across as a pretty nice guy.
|oddeye - 2009-04-07 |
Certainly looks a lot nicer then when I make it in the microwave.
|mouser - 2009-04-07 |
I hate that douchebag.
-1 because of the mushrooms.
|biclops - 2009-04-07 |
Scrambled eggs are broken in the pan, stirred for 10 seconds, then flipped and folded a couple of times to make sure it cooks through.
This is some kind of hippy egg salad shit.
yeah I'm not feeling his diarrhea eggs
the mushrooms and tomatoes look pretty good though
I am sorry that a fancy restaurateur's fancy scrambled eggs are too fancy for you.
Although I did have a beautiful Freudian moment where I typed "are goo fancy for you," so perhaps you're on to something.
Actually, Faghorn I think they have a point, which you might appreciate if you weren't busy gargling your boyfriend's semen as you type.
Throwing minced chives, cream, and seasoning into runny eggs does not make a gourmet meal, regardless of what you and Assface Ramsay think. They're still undercooked and overdone, regardless of who you convince that "that's how they're supposed to be".
I'm perfectly capable of enjoying food without pretending that I'm more sophisticated than the common folk. Keep cooking your half-cooked egg mush, I'll be eating mine with a fork.
I just made the fucking scrambled eggs this way. Did not have mushrooms or vine tomatoes, so I just worked on the eggs. They're nice, slightly better than my regular scrambled eggs. Still, they're just fucking scrambled eggs, they're not magically turned into grilled lobster and caviar: they are just simple, nice, creamy scrambled eggs.
Haters, you can now all relax.
P.S. The presentation of the full recipe is also quite nice, and your imaginary girlfriends might also stop thinking of you as ugly neckbeardos and see you as flamboyantly gay superchefs if you serve them this for breakfast. Your imaginary girlfriends might give you head.
|chumbucket - 2009-04-07 |
agreed, a bit too runny, Yes?
Yes. More like Snot à la crème.
|Kieran27 - 2009-04-07 |
Just tried this for breakfast, with a few changes. Didn't have any mushrooms, tomatoes, or sourdough handy, so I just worked with the eggs. I added some milk to the pan while I was stirring them as well.
Have to admit, it came out a hell of a lot better than when I mix them in the bowl first, them dump them into the pan. Took some extra work with all the stirring, but had a lot less egg leftover in the pan this time around. Tasted better as well, though I did cook it a bit more than Gordon suggests.
Sorry Gordon, scrambled eggs are supposed to be fluffy. Get out of my kitchen.
|Lurchi - 2009-04-07 |
It's pronounced tə-ˈmā-tō, asshole. A great way to make super fluffy, perfect scrambled eggs is by forcing steam though the eggs, like with the milk foamer on a cappuccino machine. It takes only seconds and you will never have better scrambled eggs.
Also, throw some herbs (whatever herbs you have) into the eggs while they're raw, no matter how you cook them.
Gosh, he's British WHAT A JERK.
Big Beef Burritos Supreme
Sounds good, except for having to strip the cappuccino machine and clean it with a toothbrush.
|Lurchi - 2009-04-07 |
I want to see Anthony Bourdain beat this guy up (they are probably best buddies).
And bourdain couldn't beat anyone up. Clumsiest human being alive.
|StanleyPain - 2009-04-07 |
This recipe is considerably less faggy than I expected from Ramsay. It's actually not bad if you want something a few notches up from ordinary eggs.
|sparklefatty - 2009-04-07 |
Those are some fucking evil eggs.
It's just wrong to eat that shit, and especially to watch somebody cook that shit.
This is what the world is coming to. People on TV showing people how to cook high falutin' eggs.
Wake me up on Saturday with these fucking things and receive a punch in the face.
Srsly, these are some infuriating eggs.
|gambol - 2009-04-07 |
Jeez relax people. The man cooks better than you do and is showing you a recipe. Get over it.
|Eroticus E - 2009-04-07 |
+4 for the video, +a million for all the righteous nerd indignation it whipped up.
|Corman's Inferno - 2009-04-07 |
Fuck all of you scrambled egg fascists. Even without the main course (which looks amazing), I learned you should cook tomatoes on the vine. Go Go Gordon Ramsay!
|Ranma X. - 2009-04-07 |
Very continental take on the dish. Much different than the approach where less fatty dairy (milk or maybe cream) is mixed with beaten eggs before it meets the pan which has a little browned butter. However, they both share a commonality: for god's sake don't overcook them. Scrambled eggs are a custard, dammit.
And I'd totally pay money to see three rounds between Ramsay and Bourdain. With Jacques Pepin refereeing.
|Chibisuke - 2009-04-07 |
I can tell those aren't perfect just by the color. They're too white. Prefect fluffy scrambled eggs are supposed to be a lovely yellow tinge.
|Robin Kestrel - 2009-04-07 |
These are scrambled eggs only in the literal sense. If I want runny eggs, I'll make proper soft-boiled eggs, not this awful bourgeoisie mayonnaise.
|Avengingatheist - 2009-04-08 |
5 stars for "bourgeoisie mayonnaise"
|pastorofmuppets - 2009-04-08 |
I made an omelette today that was so good I couldn't tell it was "egg beaters". And if you have ever had egg beaters than you understand that the proper response to that is "you deserve this man's job".
|almo - 2009-04-11 |
I tried this and it really is the best way to make eggs
and jesus you goons like to sperg out about eggs
|Ahriman the Creepy Lurker - 2009-04-13 |
This a tasty way to cook eggs, you insecure faggots.
None of you are in any danger of being served breakfast in bed anyway.
the fact still remains that he threw a vine of mini tomatoes on a pan and then on the plate for no reason other than color. who is going to eat all those? at least cut them open you lazy git
|Lies, lies, LIES! - 2009-04-14 |
I like eggs.
|Hummana Hummana Hummana - 2009-04-14 |
I'm of a simpler school when it comes to cooking but this looks pretty neat. I'd like to try it.
|Viator - 2009-04-14 |
Who gets angry at scrambling eggs? WHO??
It's the suggestion to cook for the girlfriend isnt it? Is this outrage at men stepping into the kitchen or pure nerd jealousy of getting laid?
i couldn't find any creme fraiche where i live.
THERE I ADMIT IT
Ahriman the Creepy Lurker
You can make your own creme fraiche:
1 cup whipping cream
2 tablespoons buttermilk
Mix them together in a glass container, then loosely cover it and leave it on your kitchen counter until the mixture thickens and has a slightly nutty, sour taste. The active culture in the buttermilk will keep other, nastier bacteria from settling in while it's busy making tasty Frenchified sour cream for you.
It'll keep in the refrigerator for a week or so.
|BOOSH - 2009-05-01 |
THIS IS A RECIPE
THERE ARE DIFFERENT WAYS TO MAKE THE SAME THING
Why THE HELL are so many people outraged at the nice Scottish man trying to teach you how to make eggs
|dead_cat - 2009-10-11 |
One hell of a hearty breakfast.
|Comeuppance - 2010-05-25 |
I've always encountered scrambled eggs in a more solid and fluffy form, but this sounds like it would be good on toast.
By itself, it would be absolutely disgusting just because of the texture, but on toast, that sounds pretty rad.
|That guy - 2015-04-08 |
I love to hate to admit that these eggs are shittly perfectly hateful in their loveliness.
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