By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario
I saw this on a post from my Facebook. You cut green pepper into rings, and then put in a buttered skillet. Crack the egg into the pepper ring and cook it this way.
I am going to add onion rings on top of the egg. There will be green pepper around the egg, and an onion ring on one side of the egg.
I cannot find the exact link to this egg/pepper recipe but here is the main site, there are lots of nice ideas here.
Toast raisin bread. Spread butter on one slice, peanut butter on the other. Fry the egg and place it on one of the slices. Finish sandwich and enjoy!
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What's the best cooking oil (or butter) to make good fried eggs over medium (yolk runny, white cooked). Recently I've been trying to flip the eggs and it doesn't work and they stick, so I end up with scrambled eggs. Is there a better pan with a better cooking surface? I believe I am using Teflon.
By Mike from Germantown, MD
You need to see if there are scratches in your pan. If there are throw it away and get another one or a cast iron pan. If there aren't scratches then use a thin rubber spat and loosen the egg edges then flip or swirl the eggs to loosen them and flip.