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How to Set a Fried Egg - CHOW Tip

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Uploaded on Nov 12, 2008

Chowhound fayehess, also known as Faye Delicious of Blip.tv, puts the finishing touch on a fried egg.

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In case you don't like that slimy, jelly kind of stuff on the white of the fried egg and you don't want to flip your egg, what you do is you let the egg cook in the pan. When it gets to the point where you think this is perfect but there's still that sliminess, you put a lid onto the pan for about ten seconds and this is your perfect egg. Your white is completely set and you have this yolk, which is runny and delicious. This is the egg you're looking for.

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