For some of us, scrambled eggs serve as a comfort food of sorts. They are often one of the first meals that our parents cook for us when we are small. To this day, this meal holds a great deal of nostalgic value for a wide range of people. One of the best parts about scrambled eggs is that they can be prepared in a variety of different ways that cater to a variety of different tastes.
Did you know that there is a new secret ingredient that is being used in scrambled eggs? It has begun to spread and for good reason. Those who enjoy scrambled eggs on a consistent basis are already intrigued, for sure. So what is this magical ingredient that has all of the chefs in the world buzzing? As it turns out, you may already have the ingredient in your fridge.
Soy sauce is the special ingredient and we are pleasantly surprised by this fact. Who would have ever thought that the ingredient would be something that the average family has readily available at all times? While this may not seem like the best idea, the soy sauce actually serves an important function for the scrambled eggs.
When we are in search of a substitute for the salt that we would normally place on our eggs, soy sauce delivers. However, we are going to take this time to warn our readers about the amount that needs to be added. In order to get the best possible taste for your scrambled eggs, you will want to make sure that you are not dousing them in the sauce.
Everyone is going to have their own ideas to what a little bit of soy sauce is but we found great success by using just a few small droplets. Sesame oil can also be used to season our scrambled eggs. All of the egg lovers out there who can’t get enough of this dish are certainly going to enjoy having the chance to try this out this hack the next time they cook breakfast.
Who are we kidding, though? Eggs can also be enjoyed at lunch time or dinner time. There is no bad time of the day to eat a scrambled egg and thanks to this new special ingredient, we can enjoy this meal in a whole new way. We will definitely be whipping some more very soon!