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A Scrambled Eggs Hack for People Who Can't Make Scrambled Eggs
Scrambled eggs are important, yo.
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If you struggle, not with making scrambled eggs (any fool can do that) but making superb scrambled eggs, you're not alone.

Here's our latest theory on how to crack it, devised after lots of trial and error. It's a stupidly easy new hack and very hard to screw up.

You don't need fancy wrist flipping or the addition of cream, all you need is a sheet pan. Sounds strange, we know, but go with it. Keri from the blog Shaken Together has a method for cooking eggs that is healthy and lets you serve scrambled eggs to a crowd. Just scramble your eggs as per usual in a large bowl, pour them in a sheet pan, then bake until the eggs are set. You can sprinkle veggies, meat, and/or cheese on top before you bake them, or just leave your eggs au natural.

No constant scrambling, no trying to decide if salmonella is in your near future, no over-cooked, dry eggs that feel several minutes past the point of edible—just perfectly set, light, and fluffy eggs every time.

To get the full recipe, visit Shaken Together.

This story originally appeared on Delish.

* Minor edits have been made by the editors.

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