Scrambled eggs in your cast iron skillet can be wonderful or be an absolute disaster whichever way things play out in your skillet is not just a chance occurrence that could go either way, it’s all up to the way you handle your cast iron. I found this video recently on Youtube by a wonderful Youtuber called The Culinary Fantastic and he is a cast iron aficionado and he knows every aspect of making a cast-iron perform at the highest level for all your cooking needs. The first thing about cast iron is to have your skillets cleaned of any rust and debris and have them well seasoned, you can learn How To Season A Cast Iron Skillet in this link. If your cast iron is perfectly seasoned then all you need to do is just make sure and rub it with a bit of oil before you cook your eggs then add your butter and heat to just the right level and you must pour your egg in slowly then it’s best to use a spatula to gradually loosen your eggs working your way to the middle. Making an egg in any skillet is a very delicate operation but even more, care has to be used when you cook an egg in cast iron. The rewards of cooking in cast iron are definitely worth it because they cook like nothing else on Earth and the iron content adds the precious mineral to your food.
I’m so glad I watched this because overcooked sticky eggs are a waste and I love my eggs and want them to be as healthy as possible.