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    maiabulela is offline Senior Member
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    Default "straight-up egg" V.S "egg wash"

    A guy asks the chef when the latter said:

    "We will dip the chicken in the egg"

    The guy says:

    "Straight-up egg or is it egg wash"

    What is the difference between the two?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: "straight-up egg" V.S "egg wash"

    I’m not a teacher.

    Hi maiabulela,

    straight-up egg = cooked sunny-side up; having to do with eggs cooked with the yolks facing up
    an “egg wash” is beaten egg mixed with a small of quantity liquid

    Egg Wash


    Regards,

    V.

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    Default Re: "straight-up egg" V.S "egg wash"

    Quote Originally Posted by maiabulela View Post
    A guy asks the chef when the latter said:

    "We will dip the chicken in the egg"

    The guy says:

    "Straight-up egg or is it egg wash"

    What is the difference between the two?

    Thanks.
    By straight-up egg I would assume he means a beaten raw egg with no liquid added, not a cooked egg. In another example, if you order a drink "straight-up," you want it without anything else added to it.

    An egg wash is a beaten egg but often has a little water, milk or cream mixed in with it.

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    Default Re: "straight-up egg" V.S "egg wash"

    Thanks a lot. Excellent answer I got it now.

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    Default Re: "straight-up egg" V.S "egg wash"

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    This, as is the case with many things, depends on where you are. On the west coast, at least, of the U.S., a straight-up egg is an egg that is fried and not turned over. It's the same as a sunny-side-up egg.
    Given the context of a chef instructing someone to dip the chicken in the egg, it seems likely that it's a raw egg and not a cooked one, even on the West coast

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