Do you add milk to scrambled eggs?

Chef's answer
If you are in the habit of adding milk or cream while whisking eggs, you can stop. Now. Milk won't make eggs creamier, fluffier, or stretch the dish out. What the milk really does is dilute the flavor of the eggs, making them rubbery, colorless, and something similar to what you would find at a school cafeteria.
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Some recipes call for scallops to be soaked in milk before cooking. When you buy fresh scallops, what you are getting is actually the large abductor muscle, which the scallop uses to open and close its shell. Soaking scallops in milk is a way to tenderize them and remove any fishy odor.8 Mar 2021
Before cooking, soak the fish in milk for 20 minutes (Just make sure you pour that milk down the drain.26 Jan 2017
Soak fish in milk half an hour before cooking to remove iodine taste and fishy smell. To remove the flavor or taste out of the shrimp or fish you bought, soak it in milk for about a half hour before cooking.6 Jan 2006
Milk-Poached Scallops on Toast Place the seafood in the bottom of a small saucepan. Pour in just enough cold milk to cover the scallops. Put the saucepan on a moderate to high heat. As soon as the milk reaches a simmer, the scallops are cooked and ready to serve.11 Mar 2020
Before cooking, soak the fish in milk for 20 minutes In this scenario, the protein in the milk binds with the compounds that cause that fishy odor, in essence extracting if from the fish. What's left behind is sweet-smelling, brighter flesh with clean flavor. (Just make sure you pour that milk down the drain.26 Jan 2017
2 hoursCover scallops with milk and let sit in refrigerator for 2 hours. When ready to prepare, drain the milk and place scallops on paper towels to dry completely.19 Oct 2012
If your cut of fish isn't too far gone: as in the flesh is still firm and it's only a few days thawed at most, a quick soak for about 10-20 minutes in a bowl of milk will help get rid of the odor. ... Just make sure to pat the fish dry before you season and start cooking.26 Jun 2012
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