Fried Eggs!

The culinary establishment is getting it. Fried eggs on top of Most Anything are a delightful addition. Also a good, cheap source of protein.

Any time you’ve got left over rice or risotto, fry an egg, put it on top with salt and pepper, and call it breakfast.

Breakfast sandwiches. I like to leave the yolks nice and gooey for a messy but excellent sandwich.

Non-breakfast sandwiches.

Vegetables! Here’s a good one:

Sautee in olive oil:
2-3 chopped peppers
1 chopped onion
any other vegetables you want to throw in.

Cook on a low flame until they are almost entirely cooked, then add 2-3 eggs. Let them cook without stirring.
Once they’re cooked enough for your liking, serve on rice or pasta or with bread. So Good!

4 Responses to Fried Eggs!

  1. Fried Egg Fan says:

    I whole heartedly agree. I recently started putting fried eggs on everything. Burgers, sandwiches, ramen noodle soup, steaks. It is a good addition of tasty protein for almost any type of food.

    Don’t put fried egg on your Face, the floor or someone elses face (without permission). But that is about it.

    • Ambria says:

      Awww yeah! Though I sort of like the idea of a surprise fried egg in the face.

      My sister is visiting right now, and after spending 5 months in Uruguay she informs me that this fried egg-obsession is a national tradition. She tells me of an amazing sandwich, chivito, which contains not only a fried egg, but beef, ham, mayo, olives, tomatoes, and bacon!

      Holy heck, read all about it.

  2. Ashish says:

    Man, you asked the right person. We sauully made this all the times for any occasions. Especially my sister sister’s inlaw or my cousins. Here it is: Egg roll wrapper from the asian store. Buy the small round or square shape ones. Indgredients: *Glass noodles (thin strands of noodles made of either rice and flour or another kind made of mung beans) they come in small packs and bundle up into a big pack consist of 5 or 6 small ones.*meat (ground pork, chicken, or beef) whatever you prefer*sweet onions, depending on how much you make(yellow preferrably)*green scallions or cilantro (a bunch)*black pepper*soy sauce*garlic*salt for your tasteMethod: Soak the glass noodles in hot water for half an hour, drain and cut the noodles with scissor to make them manageable/short. Add all the ingredients together and let it sit about 15/20 minutes to blend the flavor. Scoop a Tbsp of the mixture and put it on the edge of the wrapper and wrap it up. Heat up your oil until hot and fry them up. Before you start wrapping a bunch up, test a couple first to make sure the seasoning is just right, if so go ahead and make more. Ooh, that’s not all there is to it, the way we eat it is with the sweet and hot sauce. If you can make that with it, you won’t go back to eating the regular egg roll. MM,MMM.

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