How to Perfectly Fry an Egg Every Single Time



Bring your favorite breakfast diner to your home and learn how easy it is to make perfect fried eggs every single time. Fried eggs are one of the most fundamental …

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  1. I can't digest the crunchy parts of the first one, but the second one looks perfect to me! And my husband will go for the 3rd. Great demonstration of those 3 types of fried eggs.

  2. It is pretty rare for a British person to flip an egg when frying it. We use roughly the same amount of oil/fat, but we flick some of the hot oil over the top of the egg, which cooks the egg white. I personally don’t like crispy eggs so I would cook it a lot slower to keep the egg white soft. I also dab off some of the oil with kitchen towel, to make it a bit less greasy.

  3. Set stove to medium heat. Drop in a tablespoon of salted butter. Once melted, swirl the butter to coat the entire pan evenly. Add your eggs. Season: black pepper is outstanding on a fried egg– sometimes I also add hot pepper flakes (but I don't add the salt until the very end– right before plating– not while cooking.) Cover with a lid (clear preferably) until the white of the egg– NOT the yolk– is cooked. Flip over and let cook (yolk side down) for 5 – 10 seconds (until the yolk is flash-cooked, just on the surface– NOT all the way through– then, immediately flip back over to yolk side up.) Your toast should be done right about now. Now, lightly salt your eggs. Boom … fried-egg–perfection. ENJOY.

  4. Can you do a video discussing wooden cutting boards and their care and usage. Im particularly curious about cross contamination when cutting raw meat and then chopping veggies. Does it need to be washed in between? Also how to clean a wooden cutting board while preserving the wood. Also which wood is best for a cutting board.

  5. I'm an over hard egg person. If you don't break the yoke I will eat around it. A person wants an over hard egg because they don't particularly like the yoke. Spreading it out throughtout the egg helps it be edible.

  6. My parents work almost constantly and have very little time to cook so your videos have actually helped me out with cooking for them. Also what apron do you wear?

  7. Thank you for these tricks chef. Can you make a video on how to properly clean and take care of Green Pan frying pans. I have a few of them and have problems keeping them nice. Often have this greasy and sticky touch around the high part of the pan. Thank you.

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