It’s not easy to master the art of cooking an over medium egg. But, it doesn’t mean you can’t do it! With some practice, you too can have restaurant style eggs at home. To get you started, here’s a comprehensive guide on how to cook over medium eggs. Let’s go!
1. Gather Your Supplies
The first step to cooking over medium eggs is to gather your supplies. You’ll need a non-stick fry pan, a tablespoon of butter, two eggs, and a pinch of salt.
Table 1: Supplies for Cooking Over Medium Eggs
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Once you have your supplies, you’re ready for the next step.
2. Heat the Pan
Now it’s time to heat the pan. Set the temperature to medium-high and wait for the butter to melt. Once the butter has melted, you can reduce the temperature to medium-low. Now, your pan is ready for the eggs.
3. Add the Eggs
Once the pan is heated, it’s time to add the eggs. Crack each egg into a bowl, then carefully slide them into the pan. Don’t forget to add a pinch of salt to each egg!
4. Cook the Eggs
Now it’s time to cook the eggs. Let the eggs cook on medium-low for about three minutes. You’ll know they’re done when the egg whites are set and the yolks are slightly soft.
5. Flip the Eggs
Once the eggs are cooked, it’s time to flip them. Use a spatula to carefully flip the eggs. Be sure to do it quickly so the yolks don’t break!
6. Cook the Other Side
Now it’s time to cook the other side. Let the eggs cook for about 30 seconds, or until they’re cooked to your desired doneness.
7. Serve the Eggs
Once the eggs are cooked, it’s time to serve them. Slide them onto a plate and enjoy. Just like that, you’ve cooked over medium eggs!
8. Enjoy Your Delicious Eggs
Now that you know how to cook over medium eggs, it’s time to enjoy them! Whether you’re having them for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, they’re sure to be a hit. And don’t forget to make extra, ’cause you know they won’t last long. So, crack a few eggs, heat up the pan, and let the yolk run. You’ll be enjoying delicious over medium eggs in no time.
As the song says, “You can’t beat ’em, so you might as well join ’em, and cook the eggs over medium.” Bon appetite!