Does anyone else like to fry up their eggs so they're crispy on the outside and kinda puff up in the middle but still have runny yolks?
>does anyone like to fuck up their eggs
Nah not really.
It does seem like Americans are the most autistic about their eggs.
That wasn't an egg I fried, but I did make something similar in the morning. I fry them up so they are just slightly less brown than in the pic and then I flip them over for the last 20-30 seconds. To be honest the pic in OP doesn't looked burnt at all.
If you fry them up on medium-high you can get them to be brown but not burnt.
Do they fry em in a lot of the oil? Like shallow frying? or just a little in the pan?
this is the correct answer. Despite growing up on the east coast, we know how to egg around here.
while we're on the subject. you scramble eggs in the pan. mixing the eggs up in a second container like omelets then pouring it into the pan to be crumbed up is the gayest shit this side of the closet door.
Fried crispy eggs are godlike in a plain rice/tomato dish. My mom is from spain, when i was little she would fill a frying pan liberally with olive oil, fry the eggs while splashing the hot oil over the eggs. Yolks still runny, eggs bubbly and crispy. Goes best served in a dish with plain white rice (cooked with some fried onion for flavor) and some tomato sauce. Shit is fucking bomb and simple. Its messy however from the eggs.
>you scramble eggs in the pan. mixing the eggs up in a second container like omelets then pouring it into the pan to be crumbed up is the gayest shit this side of the closet door.
Scrambling in the pan seems to give my eggs a much more creamy texture than scramling beforehand. Doesn't get dry as quickly either. And you can actually taste the yolk.
How do you get that result? Do you simply cook them on high heat?
I usually fry my eggs on medium heat with some butter (or bacon fat if its around) in the pan, but i will never get crispy results without ruining the yolk