Gordon Ramsay has explained how to make perfect scrambled eggs with just one simple trick.
The celebrity chef, 53, appeared on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp this morning and insisted that comfort food is all but essential during these uncertain times.
The Hell's Kitchen star is currently in quarantine in his Cornwall mansion with his wife Tana and their five kids.
Gordon has been kept busy cooking up a storm for his family, and admitted that his famous scrambled eggs are a firm favourite with his youngest son, Oscar, who turns one this month.
Detailing how to curate the fluffiest and most delicious scrambled eggs "of your life" with just one simple trick, presenter Roman was left beyond surprised.
The much loved chef explained: "While I've been at home, I've been cooking up a lot of comfort food, and that means a lot of eggs.
Admitting that he's not the best cook in the world, Roman sought out the help of Gordon when it comes to making the perfect scrambled eggs.
And according to Mr Ramsay, it's all down to the temperature.
He explained: "The secret is to cook them slower than you ever have. Like, so slow and they will be the best eggs you've ever had.
"Then what you do is you take them on and off the heat a couple of times, and just when you think they are nearly ready, take them off the heat again.
Gordon added: "They should always be just a little bit runny. So a little bit undone and they'll be beyond delicious.
The culinary expert insisted that listeners should try his recipe for their breakfasts during quarantine to brighten up their days and to add a much needed touch of joy.
Gordon added: "Finish them off the a small dollop of Crème fraîche and your day will be instantly brightened, honestly".
Gordon's culinary tricks comes after the Hell's Kitchen star insisted that spending quarantine with his five children is nothing short of a 'living nightmare'.
He is currently holed up in his £4 million mansion in Cornwall with his wife Tana and their five kids.
Despite the fact that he's residing in the lap of luxury, the star described the experience as hell because he's "working his fingers to the bone" cooking for his family.
The celebrity chef insisted he feels like a kitchen slave when it comes to cooking for his constantly hungry kids, Meghan, 21, twins Holly and Jack, 20, Tilly, 17 and baby Oscar, who turns one this month.
He explained: "Being stuck in my house with these five ravenous kids is a living nightmare. Can you please tell me when all of this will end?
"Every single day is the same. I'm the resident kitchen porter, working my fingers to the bone.
The father-of-five insisted that he's never cooked as much as while in quarantine.
"I have honestly cooked more food in the past ten days than I have in the past 10 years of my career".