2 ways to fry eggs:
1. Sunny-side-up - The egg white is cooked while the egg yolk is still whole and runny or half-cooked. The trick here is to heat the oil until smoke appears so that egg will not stick to pan. It's best to use teflon-coated frying pan. Sprinkle a pinch of salt on top while cooking. Also, you need to splash oil on top using a spoon.
2. Scrambled eggs - Egg white and yolk are mixed before cooking. The scrambled egg is more versatile because almost anything can be added to improve taste and appearance -- from chopped onions and bacon or ham, grated cheese, to flaked crab meat. Only a small amount of oil is needed to cook scrambled eggs or omelet. Seasoning may be salt only or some spices like powdered pepper.
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
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