How To: Cook eggs over a campfire without a frying pan

Nothing's better than frying up some eggs over the morning fire when you're camping. The smell of the outdoors, the heat of the fire, the bubbling of the eggs as they sit in that hot pan. But wait, what if you don't have a pan? If you don't have one, or you'd like to save the space in your camping bags, then try this out…

How To: Cook an egg-based breakfast casserole

Jason Hill's breakfast casserole is one of many egg recipes you should add to your collection. The ingredients are eggs, sausage, mushrooms, olive oil, milk, dry mustard, sea salt, sourdough bread, cheddar cheese, green onion, black olives and butter. Try it as one of your Christmas recipes or make when you're feeding a crowd. Just make the night before and it will be ready Christmas morning. Learn how to prepare this breakfast casserole by watching this video cooking tutorial.

How To: Make a beef jerky omelette

In this tutorial, Skinny and Mini teach us how to make beef jerky omelettes. The ingredients you will need are: 2 tablespoon finely chopped beef jerky, 3 eggs, 1 tablespoon butter, and 1 handful of shredded mozzarella. First, you will heat up your pan over medium heat and let the butter melt inside the pan. Next, sautŽ your finely chopped beef jerky inside of the butter until it's hot. After this, add in your eggs and cook on high until you can scrape the edges and the egg, then add in your m...

How To: Make scrambled egg quesadillas

In this video, Nancy teaches us how to make scrambled egg quesadillas. First, turn on your quesadilla maker and wait for it to heat up completely. Then, take a couple of eggs and stir them up in a small bowl. After this, pour the eggs in the quesadilla maker and add in any filings that you would like in your eggs. Close the top and allow the eggs to cook on the top and the bottom. When this is finished cooking, grab two tortilla shells and set them aside. Take the eggs out with a spatula, the...

How To: Cook eggs in the microwave

RobertMe shows viewers how to cook eggs in the microwave. First, you need to crack the eggs and put the yolk in a bowl. Next pour melted butter on a microwave safe plate. The best idea is to use a paper plate and pour your egg in the plate. Now, cover this with another paper plate. Put this plate and eggs in your microwave for 1 minute. You microwave make cook differently, so you'll have to test yours. Now, take out your plate with the eggs and put this back in the microwave for 15 more secon...

How To: Peel a Hard Boiled Egg the Cool Way

Have you ever been stuck with a whole bunch of hard boiled eggs to peel? Hoping you got every little piece of shell taken off, so it doesn't get in your teeth or your guests? Well that craziness is over! I found the best way so you can get it done and finally get rid of all that hassle.

How To: Make a broccoli quiche for breakfast

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a broccoli quiche for breakfast. You will need: 12 oz chopped broccoli, 2 tsp oil, 8 large eggs, 1/2 c shredded cheese, chopped green chilies, 1/2 c cottage cheese, salt, pepper, and 1 chopped green onion. First, pre-heat the oven to 30 degrees, then add oil to pan on medium heat. Then, add in onions and coat a pie dish with oil. Next, add in green chilies, spring onions, and broccoli to the pan. Cook for 3 minutes, then place into pie dish. Add the salt...

How To: Determine if an egg is hard boiled

This video tutorial is in the Food category where you will learn how to determine if an egg is hard boiled. This is really simple and very easy to learn and do. And it takes no time at all to find out a hard boiled egg from a raw egg. All that you got to do is take a hard boiled and a raw egg and spin them on a table top. You don't need to learn any tricks to spin eggs. Just spin them. The egg that spins faster is the one that's hard boiled and the one that spins slowly is raw.

How To: Make baked bacon and scrambled eggs

From Betty's Kitchen, Betty shows how to make bacon in the oven! A serving of bacon is then placed beside perfect scrambled eggs, thick-sliced raisin toast, citrus slices and hot chocolate to make for the perfect breakfast! Start your day off right with this delicious breakfast that is sure to make you and guests smile! To complete this meal, you will need the following ingredients:

How To: Make Filipino-style deviled eggs with salmon

This is very good as a appetizer for when you have friends and family over it isn't that hard to do. First you will need hard boiled eggs, separated egg yokes and egg whites, minced salmon , Salt, cream cheese, sour cream, mustard powder, minced green onion, paprika, organic dill. First step you will mash the egg yokes in a bowl, and add salt paprika and, mustard powder. Next you will add the minced salmon, and cream cheese and sour cream, and green onion and you will mix them all together. N...

How To: Boil an egg for soft or hard boiled eggs

This video shows you how to boil different type of eggs, from soft eggs to hard boiled eggs. The first thing you have to do is put water in a pot and turn on the gas range. When the water starts boiling, add one or more eggs. Let the water boiling for 4 minutes if you want soft-boiled eggs. Soft-boiled eggs are good for kids and babies. Break the egg with a spoon and hole the contents of it. If you want medium-boiled eggs, leave the water boiling for 6-8 minutes. Then repeat the process menti...

How To: Peel hard boiled eggs in five seconds

The man in the video shows us how to peel an egg open in 5 seconds by slamming the egg down on the counter (not to hard but at a sufficient speed) and rolling it for a bit then peeling it off with ease. As shown with the comments on the video's page, this task is not as simple as the title states. It takes a lot of practice to crack the egg just right without smashing it, but if done correctly, gets you that perfect, out of the shell, hard-boiled egg. This video teaches you that practice make...

How To: Cook an omelet, quick & easy

Prepare the eggs by rinsing off the shell under running water to remove any loose dirt or germs. Crack the eggs into a plastic or glass bowl, drain the shells, and put the empties into the trash bin. Rinse your hands after handling the shells and raw egg yolk. Season the eggs with a mixture of lemon-pepper seasoning and salt. Add a teaspoon of water to the eggs.

How To: Hard boil eggs for beginners

The egg is an incredible compact, nutrition, protein and fat all in one prepackaged unit. This video will show you how to boil an egg using a strainer basket in your boiling water to heat steam your eggs as an alternative to regular boiling.

How To: Scramble an egg omelet in a wok

You've cooked hard boiled eggs and made scrambled eggs in a pan. Now try making a scrambled egg omelet in a wok. Watch this how-to video as our host shows you how to heat up a wok and scramble two eggs with fish sauce for a perfect breakfast omelet.

How To: Separate Egg Whites and Egg Yolks. AMAZING!

How to separate egg whites and egg yolks the Russian way. Seperating egg yolks from the egg whites has never been easier! Check this out! The method l'm using to separate the yolk from the whites is via a plastic bottle. Using the plastic bottle an old soft drink bottle will do), dispel some of the air by squeezing the bottle in a little. Place the open end of the plastic bottle over the egg yolk and lightly un-squeeze the bottle . Watch in amazement as the yolk is sucked inside the plastic b...

How To: Cook a Korean Seaweed Omelet

This omelet is thanks to SIB, a friend who gave me a pack of Korean dried seaweed, which I had never seen or tasted before. Since no one at my home dare try and eat it raw, in my experience, almost anything tastes good with eggs, so I experimented with the seaweed and tried mixing it with eggs for breakfast, hence the name Korean Seaweed Omelet. So, here’s how I made it.

How To: Separate the egg white from the yolk easily

Some recipes only want egg whites, while other recipes call only for yolks. But how to separate them? You can do it easily enough just in the eggshells themselves! Watch as experienced baker Peter Davis shows you two techniques for easily separating eggs. Separate the egg white from the yolk easily.

How To: Make traditional sausage wrapped Scotch eggs

These versatile eggs can be served almost any time! You will need: 2 eggs per serving (this video uses quail eggs), 2 ounces fresh sausage, 1 chicken egg, flour and panko braedcrumbs for dredging, 2 ounces sliced and roasted peppers, 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar, olive oil and mixed greens to garnish. Make traditional sausage wrapped Scotch eggs.

How To: Make perfectly fluffy scrambled eggs

Curious as to how short order cooks are able to create such perfectly fluffy eggs? This video first shows you how to tell if your egg is fresh or not, and then shows you the proper technique for making scrambled eggs. Make perfectly fluffy scrambled eggs.

How To: Make a perfectly poached egg for breakfast

The key to a perfectly poached egg? A soft touch and a little bit of vinegar. This video shows you the technique for poaching an egg so you can get it right every single time. Now all you need is some Hollandaise sauce, and you're ready to make Eggs Benedict! Make a perfectly poached egg for breakfast.

How To: Fry up the perfect over easy eggs

Having problems making your own over easy eggs at home? Believe it or not, the perfect fried eggs are not too difficult to make! This tutorial shows you how to make over easy eggs - and just leave in the pan longer for well done eggs. Fry up the perfect over easy eggs.

How To: Cook and peel the perfect hard boiled egg

How do you know when a boiled egg is done? By the time you crack it open to check, it's too late! And peeling an egg can sometimes be a tricky business, too. Fortunately, this video by a professional chef is here to explain an easy solution to both kitchen quandries! Cook and peel the perfect hard boiled egg.

How To: Make a delicious firehouse breakfast bake

A fireman's favorite, this dish is perfect when serving many hungry people. You will need: 2 1/2 pounds of herb and garlic frozen potatoes, 1 pound diced bacon, 1 diced onion, 16 beaten eggs, 40 ounces milk, 32 ounces heavy cream, 1 tablespoon salt, 2 teaspoons black pepper, 24 ounces shredded cheddar and 2 tablespoons chives. Make a delicious firehouse breakfast bake.

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