What you need:
- frying pan
- eggs (1 to 2 for one person. add 1 more egg per person eating with you)
- 1 -2 table spoons milk
- salt & pepper to taste
- tea and toast to accompany
Crack your eggs over the bowl. Make sure to check if any shell has gotten in the bowl. If you're eating something sift textured, the last thing you want to do is crunch on an unidentified object, flying or otherwise. Use your fork as a whisk and scramble the eggs. Add the milk, salt & pepper. Whisk again.
Step 2: The frying pan, the stove, it's heat and your toast.
Put the frying pan on medium heat and give it a moment to warm up. Spray it with a little spray oil. Put your toast in the toaster and toast it. Easy right?
When your pan is hot, add the eggs. If they start to cook quickly, use the spatula to push the eggs around, forming curds. If your pan is not properly heated you might have to wait a moment to start scrambling. Push and flip the eggs about so that they cook through.
Here's the trick: If they look like they need a minute more, they're done! Dry eggs are nasty, but if that's how you roll then I won't stop you. But essentially what you're looking for is light, fluffy and moist.