The recipe said cook on 100% power for 3 mins.
After 2 mins it looked as if it was turning rubbery so I ate it. Did use 3 eggs and even then the result wouldn't feed a sparrow. Not too bad but not the fluffy texture I wanted. What's the secret? Cook it on the hob and add more milk?
Might be you have a higher wattage micro than for the recipe. I do mine this way and usually comes out OK:
Whisk eggs slightly with a fork add a good splash of milk and butter/marg (I do mine by sight but quatities in your recipe look about right) I don't melt the butter so that might make the difference? Work on about a minute per egg if you have a 800 - 900w microwave. After a minute give the mixture a stir with a fork and if after two minutes it looks cooked give it another stir and leave to stand for about 30 secs (secret with microwave is the standing time as the eggs continue to cook after micro stopped) I usually use two eggs and is enough to cover two slices of toast.
Hope this helps.
I use the hobb, no milk, just melt butter first add s & p to eggs, splash of water whisk lightly..having said that my daughter does hers in microwave , very low heat and adds seasoning and cream! and it does taste good as well...
Hob, non stick frying pan, never a saucepan. Double cream and salt. Very low temp and focus!!! If you want them fluffy, use a whisk to scrape up and drop, not to whisk. Good food takes patience and love.