7 (American) (-Worldwide-)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 05 Oct 2020, updated: 05 Oct 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

There are many ways how you can eat your eggs.

1. Sunny Side Up Eggs

Sunny-Side-Up Eggs (-Worldwide-)

Sunny-side-up egg is a type of Fried egg very common breakfast in the world. The egg is fried on oil for about 2 minutes, or until the whites are set.The egg is not flipped so the egg should look white and the yolk should be runny.

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2. Fried Egg


A fried egg, is a cooked dish made from one or more eggs which are removed from their shells and placed into a frying pan, and fried with minimal accompaniment. Fried eggs are traditionally eaten for breakfast in many countries but may also be served at other times of the day.

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3. Boil Egg


Boiled eggs are eggs, typically from a chicken, cooked with their shells unbroken, usually by immersion in boiling water. Hard-boiled eggs are cooked so that the egg white and egg yolk both solidify, while soft-boiled eggs may leave the yolk and sometimes the white, at least partially liquid and raw. Boiled eggs are a popular breakfast food around the world. Besides a boiling water immersion, there are a few different methods to make boiled eggs. Eggs can also be cooked …

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4. Omelette

Omelet (-Worldwide-)

An omelette or omelet is a dish made from beaten eggs, fried with butter or oil in a frying pan. It is quite common for the omelette to be folded around fillings such as cheese, chives, vegetables, mushrooms, meat, or some combination of the above. Wikipedia
Main ingredients: Egg, Butter, Cooking oil

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5. Century Egg

Preserved egg, 皮蛋, 皮蛋, pi dan (Chinese)

Through the process, the yolk becomes a dark green to grey color, with a creamy consistency and strong flavor due to the hydrogen sulfide and ammonia present, while the white becomes a dark brown, translucent jelly with a salty flavor. The transforming agent in the century egg is an alkaline salt, which gradually raises the pH of the egg to around 9–12, during the curing process.This chemical process breaks down some of the complex, flavorless proteins and fats, which produces …

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6. Pickled Egg


Pickled eggs are typically hard-boiled eggs that are cured in vinegar or brine. As with many foods, this was originally a way to preserve the food so that it could be eaten months later. Pickled eggs have since become a favorite among many as a snack or hors d'œuvre popular in pubs, bars and taverns, and around the world in places where beer is served. After the eggs are hard-boiled, the shell is removed and they are submerged in a …

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7. Poached Egg

(American) (-Worldwide-)

It is an egg that has been cooked by poaching, as opposed to simmering or boiling the liquid. This method of preparation is favored for delicate foods that could be damaged by cooking at higher temperatures such as the boiling point of water.

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