I'd like my egg over easy, not scrambled

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joham

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I'd like my egg over easy, not scrambled.

I read this sentence on the Internet. Could someone explain how the egg is cooked by 'over easy'?

Thank you very much.
 

Anglika

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I'd like my egg over easy, not scrambled.

I read this sentence on the Internet. Could someone explain how the egg is cooked by 'over easy'?

Thank you very much.

You fry an egg on one side, then carefully turn it to fry it on the other side, making sure that the yolk is not broken. This is called "over easy".
 

albertino

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I'd like my egg over easy, not scrambled.

I read this sentence on the Internet. Could someone explain how the egg is cooked by 'over easy'?

Thank you very much.
Surf here, joham
It means to fry the egg both sides a little, cf sunny shine up.
(Not a teacher)
 
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