How to Fry an Egg

I love eating fried eggs and I have my own ways of making sure the white is cooked all the way (you have to make sure the white is always cooked all the way if you don’t wanna get sick)… Now, I gotta say, this trick is way better! I gotta go cook one now! Yum!!!

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12 Responses to How to Fry an Egg

  1. that fried egg was crap! If she would have just have added a little bit of water and then the lid for a about 15 sec. the egg would have been could perfect and not brown crispy edges.

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  2. Andy Vincent says:

    Too complicated, plus extra washing up, all you need to do is to flip a bit of the cooking oil on to the top of the egg.

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  3. bob says:

    we all knew that… already!! LOL why waste my time…??

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  4. Teresa says:

    Yuck I wouldn’t eat an egg like that I like mine without burnt edges. Who said she was a cook?

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  5. This seems delicious to eat. allow me to try? chance I’m hungry now .. hmmm …. nyummmiii

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  6. Ara says:

    I like my eggs sunny side up and this is not it. I also don’t like crisp, burnt bottoms and edges. How about cooking the whites with the lid method for a minute before adding the yolks?

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  7. Dennis says:

    Crack and put egg into pan as usual then put the lid on it straight away then take off when cooked. No burnt edges

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  8. Avery Sloan says:

    Title should read “an egg” not “and egg”

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  9. johannsen says:

    There is another tips from Chow Tips too, by using a microwave, about two minutes, the fried egg is done gorgeously.

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  10. David Oehler says:

    Surely you jest! Your url should be confiscated along with your apron and pan!

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  11. Marysia Janusz says:

    I’m using this method for more then 40 years nothing new to me ! Whole Poland is cooking that way for ages

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  12. TJ Ameigh says:

    Fry with the cover the whole time. Get perfect pink yolk fried eggs.

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