I made scrambled eggs using English, French, and American methods and was shocked by how different they all tasted
On my quest to find the best way to cook scrambled eggs, I found a video from the celebrity chef Jamie Oliver outlining three techniques: English, French, and American.
Oliver used the exact same ingredients for each batch of scrambled eggs — two eggs per person, a pinch of salt, and a knob of butter — and explained how changing just the method used to cook them can alter their flavor.
After trying the different versions of scrambled eggs for myself, I see what he means. Following Oliver's lead, I used two pots, one pan, one bowl, a whisk, and two spatulas to cook what he has dubbed English, French, and American scrambled eggs.