Master chef tips: 4 easy ways to fry the perfect egg
Fried eggs are a great breakfast staple. Learn how to fry like a champ with our handy guide that covers 4 quick steps
Due to its simplicity and healthy attributes, fried eggs are incredibly popular as a food. If you're a kitchen novice, you're in luck with our guide – if you're an old hand, you may learn some new things.
1. Choose the right skillet
A nonstick skillet or a well-seasoned cast iron skillet is ideal so that sticking is never an issue. If you'd rather use a stainless steel or enamel-coated pan, just use an extra pat of butter.
In terms of size, use an 8-inch skillet for a single egg, a larger 12-inch is better if you're cooking brunch for a crowd.
Want to change things up so they're more interesting? Or make a unique breakfast or love bento for your kids, families or sweetheart?
An egg frying mold is a nice helper. Check them out: Funny skull, lovely rabbit, innovative owl, creative sun cloud, or cute + flower + heart + round shaped mold set.
2. Appropriate temperature
A nice, steady medium heat is perfect. Be careful: if the pan is too hot, the bottom will be cooked while the yolk will still be liquid.
If the pan is cool, it will take even longer to cook the egg. The pan should be just hot enough that you can see a little bubble when the egg hits the skillet.
3. Cook the top of the egg
Runny yolks are great, but runny whites? Nobody enjoys them!
Cover the pan partway through cooking and let the trapped heat and steam gently cook the top or flip the egg over to fry the top and make a delicious over-easy egg.
4. Cooking time
It depends on personal preference.
The egg white will set in a few minutes, particularly if you cover the pan for one minute or two.
But if you like yolk more firmly set, just continue cooking. Gently poke the yolk with your finger every so often to gauge how things are coming along.
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