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In this food tutorial learn how simple and easy it is to fry an egg.
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This is going to be simple, how to fry an egg. Equipment is everything. This is a non stick skillet. This is the only skillet you should use to fry an egg and I only use this for eggs and omelets and nothing else, so it does not get ruined.
Just put a little bit of virgin olive oil of mine I like to taste. You could put a little paprika powder you know if you like it. Now I use a low flame all the time in order to be the egg to be brown along to be cooked surely. Low flame, just work the oil and butter around. I crack the egg before hand just to save a mess if you—crack it on the pan and try to—so you just go like that, allow it to cook in there.
Now, if you are making an egg and you want it over easy or over well you do not even have to do that. Cover it we will see how long that takes and there we go. And there we go, five minutes later that is a little medium and for those who do not like that, the white—the—you know what I mean or let us tap if the egg is cooked so you do not have to flip it over and you do not have to cover it if you like it the other way that takes 5 minutes at a low flame, very good.