8 апр. 2014 г. · 11 Ways to Cook an Egg · 1. Hard Boiled · 2. Soft Boiled · 3. Hard Scrambled · 4. Soft Scrambled · 5. Sunny Side Up · 6. Over Easy · 7. Over Medium · 8.
What do you do with eggs?
31 Of The Most Delicious Things You Can Do To Eggs1Bacon & Egg Ramen. … 2Easy Freezer Prep Mini Quiches. … 3French Omelette. … 4Breakfast Casserole with Avocado, Tomato & Egg. … 5Hash Brown Nests Topped With Egg. … 6Overnight Potato & Pancetta Breakfast Enchiladas. … 7Avocado Toast with Fried Eggs & Sriracha. … 8Steak, Egg & Arugula Flatbread.31 Of The Most Delicious Things You Can Do To Eggs – BuzzFeed
What are the ways to make eggs?
Here are 10 basic ways to cook eggs:1Over-easy. One side of the egg is cooked in a pan with oil or butter. … 2Sunny-side up. This style lets only one side of the egg cook. … 3Hard boiled. A hard-boiled egg is a result of boiling egg for a long period of time. … 4Soft boiled. … 5Basted. … 6Over-hard. … 7Poached. … 8Steam-basted.10 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs – Panlasang Pinoy
How do you want your eggs?
How to Fry the Perfect Egg1Sunny side up: The egg is fried with the yolk up and is not flipped.2Over easy: The egg is flipped and the yolk is still runny.3Over medium: The egg is flipped and the yolk is only slightly runny.4Over well: The egg is flipped and the yolk is cooked hard.How to Fry the Perfect Egg | Get Cracking
What are 3 ways to use eggs?
Lunch & Supper with Eggs:1Egg Salad.2Deviled Eggs.3Pizza Frittata.4Twice Baked Potatoes with Eggs on Top.5Homemade Pasta.6Egg Drop Soup.7Garlic Leek Soup with Eggs.50+ Ways to Use Extra Eggs – The Prairie Homestead
What can I do with extra eggs?
Here are some ideas to help you use those eggs or store them for later. Freeze your extra eggs – crack the fresh eggs into a bowl and gently scramble. Make egg noodles in large batches and freeze or dry for later. Have eggs for dinner. Hard boil the eggs that are a couple weeks old and use them for deviled eggs and egg salad sandwiches.
What to do with hard boiled eggs after a week?
Hard boil the eggs that are a couple of weeks old and use them for deviled eggs and egg salad sandwiches. Slice them on your salad or take whole, peeled eggs to work for lunch. Boiled eggs may also be frozen for a month or so.
What should I look for when placing my eggs?
Before placing your eggs, they should all have been checked over for hairline cracks and any shell deformities. You can candle the egg to do this. Eggs that are difficult to tell top from bottom or long and narrow should not be used as they are less likely to hatch.
How should I place my eggs?
The most consistent train of thought is that you place your eggs with the pointed end angled down, the egg should not be upright but lying slightly to the side – as it would be in a natural birds nest. Before placing your eggs they should all have been checked over for hairline cracks and any shell deformities.