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Ramsay's Eggs

One of my favorite celebrity chefs is, without a doubt, Gordon Ramsay. There's nothing that puts a smile on my face more than him bringing poor, inexperienced chefs to tears. Well, nothing other than the way he can lift those same chefs up during his tender moments of praise.

A serving of Miss Dot's Ramsay's Eggs

You may think his "good cop, bad cop" routine is simply good television, but the man can cook as well. Exhibit one: these scrambled eggs. They're so buttery and rich, cooked literally one degree above done, a perfect spread for your favorite gluten-free toast. Having them by themselves just makes me want the whole English breakfast.

In fact, not to call out my dear Gordon, but this recipe might not even be entirely his. You'll find none other than James Bond requesting eggs in a similar manner throughout the book series. It could be simply the scrambled eggs of the whole British Isles. With their ample rain and nutritious grass, the cows (and butter) that places like Scotland and Ireland produce are some of the most tasty and nutritious in the entire world. Here's what you need:

Eggs - From those free-range and happy chickens.

Butter - You'll need a lot for this recipe, and I, for one, am not mad about it!

Sour Cream or Crème Fraîche - Just pile on the richness why don't you!

Cooking up Miss Dot's Ramsay's Eggs

complete instructions below


Miss Dot's Ramsay's Eggs on a plate

Ramsay's Eggs

Yield: 1 serving

Prep: 0 min

Cook: 5 min

Ready: 5 min

  • 2 eggs

  • 2 tbsp. butter

  • 1 tbsp. crème fraîche, recipe HERE, or sour cream

  • chopped chives

  1. In a small, cooled sauce pan, break eggs and add 1 tbsp. of butter. Put over low heat and stir vigorously until the butter is melted into the egg mixture but still runny. Take off the heat and stir for a few more moments.

  2. Add 1 tbsp. of butter and the crème fraiche or sour cream. Place back on heat and continue to stir vigorously for another couple of minutes. Take off heat and continue to stir. Heat from the pan will continue to cook the eggs until they are quite solid.

  3. Stir in some chopped chives and serve warm.






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