What is the texture of scrambled eggs?
Depending on how you look at it—whether it be an unhinged custard or an unformed omelette—the best scrambled eggs are defined by: Loose, large soft curds coaxed from low, steady heat. A creamy consistency without being runny. Fluffy without being dry.
How long does it take for eggs to scramble?
The time it takes to make scrambled eggs depends on how many eggs you are scrambling at one time. If you’re going to make scrambled eggs for one, you might be using only 1 to 3 eggs, it might take you 3 to 5 minutes from the time you pour the egg mixture into the pan.
Can you overcook scrambled eggs?
Avoid overcooking – the key to this is turning off the heat just before you think the eggs are cooked, i.e. when they look wet but not runny. The leftover heat will continue to cook the eggs to perfection for that extra minute.