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We love adding eggs to every meal of the day. Whether they’re sunny side up with bacon and toast, or over easy in a big bowl of ramen, you can’t go wrong. For a quick cheat sheet on how to cook eggs, turn to our ultimate egg preparation guide the next time you’re in the kitchen.
Preperation: Cover eggs with cold water, bring to boil, cover, shut off heat and let sit for 2-8 minutes. Crack off the end, and scoop out the inside with a spoon.
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Cookware: Sauté Pan
Preperation: Add a splash of vinegar to enough simmering water to cover an egg. Crack an egg and gently slide it into the water. Cook until the whites set up, then scoop out with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towel.
Preperation: Crack into butter over medium heat, covering once the whites turn opaque. Cook for 4 more minutes.
Preperation: Crack eggs into butter over medium heat, flip over once the whites turn opaque and cook for 1 more minute.
Cookware: Nonstick Skillet
Preperation: Crack an egg, whisk with salt, then cook in melted butter, stirring slowly to make large fluffy curds.
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