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How to Make Eggs Over Easy and Sunny Side Up
Hi! This is Chef David Bishop from the Chef to You. Today, I would like to show you how to make some over easy eggs and some sunny side eggs.
We’re going to do it from the sauté pan. You can do either way sauté pan or on a fat grill. Let’s take a look at our ingredients. Fresh eggs right here, salt, pepper, butter patties, bowl to crack our eggs in and we have some cooking spray here. And you can use this and place in a butter if you choose.
What we’re going to do is to take our skillet, take a pan of butter, we’re going to melt it right in here, you want it start bubbling, so it bubbles across. You do not want to starts smoking or anything like that, it will burn on you. Oh, that smell and let’s crack one egg, spread that butter around. Now, the skillet I have here heats up very quickly. Let’s go ahead and have our egg, we’re going to put this on the far side, crack our second egg, we’re going to start it on this side right here, so we can go ahead and flip them separately. They make—it touches at the center, that’s not a problem, we can take care of that later. Let’s take a little of black pepper and the salt.
With our eggs in here, what we do is going to cook into the whites, cook a nice color on the outside edge and some of the whites that’s near the yolk starts cooking a little bit. You do not want your eggs to be brown on the bottom. When you flip and you have brown on the bottom, the measure here is your skillet too hot. Now, we’re ready to flip. What I’m going to do, come up beneath the egg and gently flip over the top. You want to do this very quickly because you want to keep them a few seconds. All right, let’s go to our plate. And now, we’re going to take our eggs, we’re going to take a spatula and turn them over and we set them up. See how beautiful that is. Take that second one, set it right next to this grits right there, there you go, two over easy eggs.
For our sunny side eggs, we have the same set up as we did for our over easy eggs, salt, pepper, butter, cooking spray and a bowl. We’ll start off by putting our butter patties in the middle of this skillet. Now, we do not want the stove as hot as we have for our sunny side eggs. Crack our egg in here, we’re going to pour this egg in here, let the butter melt just a little bit more. The chef is getting in a hurry and pour this egg. We’re going to hold that yolk in the center of the skillet for just a second for it to come up. There we go. Take a little bit of pepper, a little bit of salt and let this cook. We want this to not brown on the bottom but we want the whites to cook on top, our yolk let’s say a beautiful yellow— orange yellow color. You can a couple of times while you’re cooking, just take the spatula and break holes in that thicker white so it will cook a little faster. Your yolk is ready, it’s so nice and bright color, the whites are gone and we’re going to take this to the table.
Take this over easy egg, slide up on a spatula, and set it right next to our grits. You then enjoy your sunny side egg. You have this beautiful sunny side egg next to our grits, our bacon and sausage, and fresh fruit. This is Chef David Bishop cooking and teaching, until next time, may God bless.