A teaspoon of garlic powder added to scrambled eggs takes them to a whole new level
Even if it's a dish as straightforward as scrambled eggs, there's nothing that transforms a good morning into a fantastic one like a home-cooked breakfast. Simple scrambled eggs made with butter and salt are the best kind of scrambled eggs. They are worth spicing up with a few extra ingredients, though, if you have a few extra minutes to spare. Most people garnish their food with shredded cheese, a dash of black pepper, or even a few chives. However, garlic powder has an even stronger flavour.
Eggs scrambled with a teaspoon of garlic powder are elevated to a whole new level. If you add a lot of different herbs, spices, and vegetables to scrambled eggs, they almost start to resemble an omelette. However, if you only add garlic powder, you may still enjoy scrambled eggs in a way that enhances its basic flavour. When the eggs are already in the pan and you can see that they have just started to cook, add a teaspoon for each serving for optimal results.
There are some flavours that go well together, whether it be cheese and wine or peanut butter and chocolate. There are several foods that undoubtedly come to mind while thinking of garlic. The range of combinations for garlic and ingredients that work well together is endless, including butter, onions, lemon juice, and garlic. The wide variety of complementing flavours that garlic has are actually a result of culinary science and the chemical makeup of garlic. Along with scallions and onions, garlic belongs to the allium family. Our senses are intensified by the acrid chemical compounds found in alliums, which "target our taste buds and olfactory receptors." This means that while garlic has a distinct flavour of its own, it also enhances the flavours of other ingredients. In other words, science supports the claim that garlic powder improves the flavour of eggs. You can't disagree with that, especially if the reward is exceptionally tasty scrambled eggs. Try adding by yourself, here is the recipe
4 tbsp milk
¼ tsp onion powder
¼ tsp garlic powder
¼ tsp pepper
¼ tsp parsley flakes
Salt to taste
½ tbsp butter
Beat eggs with milk, onion, garlic, pepper, and parsley flakes in a medium bowl. Stir it up thoroughly until it becomes bubbly. In a skillet over low heat, melt the butter. When the eggs start to set, pour the egg mixture into the skillet and stir it slowly with a spatula. Stir and fold the eggs inward as you continue. They are prepared to serve when there is no liquid left. Add salt to taste. Your scrambled eggs are ready.