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    Quote Originally Posted by Thailandbound View Post
    Stay away from the microwave.. it isn't that great for you!
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    Nothing wrong with a microwave, as long as it is used properly.

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    Ain't modern [and unnecessary] inventions wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    CS Microwaves are for poor people or lazy people.

    Though saying that I believe the trick is to warm the milk(cream if can afford) with the butter first and then added the very well beaten eggs to the mix and then heat the mix, and continually keep whisking until the desired consistency,you may have to open the door of the Micro every 20 seconds or so to whisk, and season.

    Hope this fixes your problem.
    Would whisking the eggs by hand for 20 mins not result in scrambled eggs ?

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    If you want to do go ahead and try. You could always try making it like a sabayon, make sure you use you wanking hand though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    If you want to do go ahead and try. You could always try making it like a sabayon, make sure you use you wanking hand though.
    It works and served on cold toasted brown grained bread.

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