3 Ways to Cook an Egg
Another method involves breaking the egg and dropping it into a pan of scalding hot water. Let it stand until the white has set, then put the pan on a moderate heat. When the water boils up, the eggs are cooked sufficiently. When cooked this way, they look real pretty with the yolk being just visible through the white. If you do not use the eggs for a garnish, serve them up with burnt butter.
If you have a hard time boiling the eggs right, you might want to invest in an egg boiler.
When brown on the under side, it is sufficiently cooked. The omelet should be cooked on a moderate fire, and in a pan small enough, to have the omelet an inch thick. When you take them up, lay a flat dish on them, then turn the pan upside down.
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