These eggs will be light, fluffy, oh so yummy and will cook in only a few minutes!
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Step 1: Tools and Ingredients
fork (or small whisk)
bowl or large mug
1 Tablespoon of butter
1/4 cup of cottage cheese
Step 2: Crack Eggs
Crack eggs into your container
Step 3: Add Cottage Cheese
Use a fork to add approximately 1/4 cup of cottage cheese to the container holding the eggs.
Mix eggs with fork (or whisk) until the mixture is a uniform yellow color.
Note: you will see white chunks of cottage cheese but the egg whites and egg yolk need to be fully incorporated.
Step 5: Heat Pan
Heat pan slightly above medium heat and add butter to pan.
Step 6: Add Eggs to Pan
Once the butter is melted, mix the eggs one more time in case anything has separated.
Pour eggs into pan.
Use your rubber spatula to get all of the egg mixture into the pan.
Step 7: Cook Eggs
As the eggs are cooking scrap from the side of the pan to the center. Repeat all around the pan.
Step 8: Continue Cooking
If you see any large piece of eggs that are still very wet and undercooked use the spatula to flip them over.
Continue stirring and flipping over pieces which are runny or very wet looking.
Step 9: Check for Doneness
You want to make sure that none of the eggs are still runny or very wet looking.
You do not want to cook the eggs so long that they are dry, the eggs should still glisten and look damp but not wet.
Step 10: Yummy Eggs
Your eggs are ready to be enjoyed!
I only used three eggs so the total cooking time was less than 3 minutes. This recipe can easily be scaled up or down, depending on how many eggs you want in your scrabled eggs.