The Young Persons Guide To Leaving Home
To start with I thought I would keep The Young Persons Survival Guide To Leaving Home nice and simple. I think it makes sense and if these posts are a touch to simple, then I apologise!
When I told my daughter that I was sharing a ‘recipe’ for perfect fried eggs she rolled her eyes. She did a similar thing last week when I shared how to cook runny eggs and soldiers, but two days later guess what she was cooking?… Result!
It’s not that easy to get fried eggs just right. You know? Perfectly cooked whites with nice soft yolks. Well, that’s how I like mine. Not ‘snotty’, but not hard either. So I hope this guide helps.
Eggs are a definite ‘must have’ in the kitchen too, so if you’ve just left home, be sure to always have some in.
Perfect Fried Eggs
One tip to cooking perfect fried eggs is not to cook them in oil that is too hot. That will just cause them to bubble and spit. You want the oil hot, but not overly so.
Cook the eggs covered with a pan lid or one of those lids designed for covering frying food. Keep an eye on them though. Once the eggs turn white turn the heat off and leave to sit for a minute or so until the yolks turn opaque.
Serve your fried eggs on toast or a nice slice of crispy fresh bread.
For me, the perfect fried eggs are nicely set with a runny yolk.
Straight from the tin??!!…I get that feeling my daughter will fit into student life, no problem. Don’t you?
How do you like your fried eggs?
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