Egg scrambles are popular for their texture. Stirring the egg dish regularly creates a hot, wet mound of bite-sized curds.
If you're cooking them in the microwave, the closed door prevents you from poking your spoon in every five seconds, but you must stir them or you'll end up with a solid egg mass.
In a 70%-power microwave, scrambled eggs take 90 to 120 seconds, and Egg Farmers of Canada recommends stirring them many times.
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Blast eggs at 30-second intervals, stirring lightly after each, to simplify.
Stirring eggs breaks them up and distributes heat, ensuring an even cook.
Remember that the egg curds will shrink in size as you mix them more.
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