Hot Eggs How-Tos

How To: Flip an omelette the right way

An egg omelette may seem like an easy feat, but you'd be surprised how easy it is to make an omelette crumble and break! In this video conducted by Good To Know, learn how to prepare an omelette the right way! ... The way that keeps it in one piece!

How To: Make a light & fluffy omelet

Guys, you no longer have the excuse of not knowing how to cook because the chef from maneats.com shows you how to make a fantastic light and fluffy omlete. Omletes are fast and easy and full of good ingredients and protein rich eggs,.

How To: Make Pakistani style potato egg curry

Try a wonderful potato and egg curry that is made in the style of Pakistani cooking. This colorful curry does not take very long to make and is full of spice and is very filling without using meat because of the potato and eggs.

How To: Cook balut (fried fertilized duck egg)

Here are some cooking instructions at John's Cuisine of how to cook the Vietnamese delicacy balut or partially developed duck egg. This is supposedly also a aphrodisiac. The all-time Filipino favorite dishes are now unveiled to the whole world. Hosted by John-Eric Taburada watch this tutorial on how to prepare fried balut.

How To: Cheese souffle omelette

In this cooking how to video we present to you the perfect omelette. A little bit fiddlier than a plain cheese omelette but well worth the extra effort. Follow along and learn how to make a fluffy souffle omelette.

How To: Cook scrambled eggs with bacon and oysters

In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, makes scrambled eggs with bacon and oysters. This special recipe from the dining section of the news paper is also called The Hangtown Fry. Grab your fresh eggs, oysters and smoked bacon for this simple dish.

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 scrambled eggs with soy sauce

Eggs are very nutritious food and rich in protein. They are easy to cook and save a lot of time in preparation. This video is about how to cook delicious scrambled eggs with soy sauce. Break three eggs in a bowl and add some soy sauce to it. Beat it with a fork till soy sauce blends well with the eggs. Heat oil in a pan and when hot, add the egg mixture to it. Scramble it and you have mouthwatering food ready in minutes. This video will be an instant hit with those who would like to cook food...

How To: Crack an egg so you can preserve the shell

Learn how to crack an egg so that you can preserve the shell in simple steps. First take an egg and a butter knife and you have to make a hole at its top. To make the hole gently tap the top of the egg to make a crack. Now insert the knife in the crack and peel its top out. Pour the egg yolk in a container and rinse the shell several times with hot water. Spray an anti-bacterial spray to kill any germs in it and let it dry for sometime with its hole facing downwards.

How To: Cook and peel hard boiled eggs

Jason Bill teaches us how to cook and peel hard boiled eggs. The music for this video plays in both ears, however the audio for Jim's voice only plays in the right ear. He first teaches us that soft boiled or raw eggs do not spin well. Hard boiled eggs instead spin and eventually stand up. Do not place the eggs into boiling water but rather put the eggs in and then boil the water. He then peels the ends and blows into the egg in order to peel it.

How To: Make Indian masala egg paratha

Looking for a hearty and healthy weekend breakfast idea? Look no further, we have a great egg recipe for you. This wonderful Indian recipe for masala egg paratha is perfect. Watch this how to video and learn how make this egg paratha for your breakfast.

How To: Peel a hard boiled egg

In this tutorial, we learn how to peel a hard boiled egg. Before you do this, when you boil your eggs, make sure to boil them with a little bit of white vinegar to make them easier to peel. To start, lay your cooled eggs on a hard surface. After this, gently crack the egg on the hard surface, then start peeling out the outer hard shell from half of the egg. After you peel half, crack it again and start peeling the other half. To make it even easier, after you peel half, blow on the half that ...

How To: Cook a folded omelette

Omelletes can make a great lunch or dinner entre. This how to video teaches you how to make the perfect folded omelette. All you need to make a folded omelette is: butter, 3 eggs, water, salt and pepper. Fill with veggies and cheese or your favorite filling.

How To: Make authentic Vietnamese egg rolls

In this tutorial, we learn how to make authentic Vietnamese egg rolls. Ingredients include: 1 lb ground pork shoulder, 1 whole shredder carrot, 1 diced onion, 1 diced garlic clove, 2.5 oz black fungus, 2.5 oz glass noodles, 3 tbsp fish sauce, 3 tsp mushroom seasoning, 3 tsp white sugar, 2 tsp scallions, 1 bottle of beer, 1 pack of egg roll wrappers, and vegetable oil for deep frying. First, place noodles and fungus in warm water for 10 minutes. Next, mince the fungus and chop the noodles into...

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 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: Make frittatas from leftovers with Giada De Laurentiis

Frittatas are a delicious and healthy meal. They include almost all of your food groups and are packed with fiber. The basic concept behind frittatas are that you can throw whatever leftovers you have into a bowl with eggs and create a unique version every day! In this recipe, Giada De Laurentiis from the Food Network shows you how to make a lighter version with egg whites so that you can avoid some of those calories and cholesterol. Enjoy!

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: 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: Make chocolate scrambled eggs

Chef Jimbo Jitsu teaches you how to make chocolate scrambled eggs. Crack open 4 medium eggs in a bowl and mix in 1/4 cup chocolate soy milk. Add salt and pepper to taste. Whip all the ingredients well. Let it sit for about five minutes. Whip it until the milk begins to get frothy. Cook the mixture just like you would scrambled eggs. You may also put in some cheese if you like. Enjoy.

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: Make a simple strada

This is a tutorial of how to make a simple breakfast strata. This is made at night and cooked the next morning. Ingredients: Canned Crescent Roll dough, 2 eggs, 8 oz sausage, 3 oz milk, 4 oz mozzarella, salt and pepper, 7" x 7" greased oven dish (where we'll put the dish) 1. Grease the pan and lay the crescent roll dough in the bottom of the dish2. Add cooked, patted-dry, crumbled sausage on the base. As you may have guessed, thick-cut bacon works too3. Add chopped bell peppers (optional)4. M...

How To: Blow the peel off a hard boiled egg

Take an egg, and boil it for some time. Then take the boiled egg into your hand, then hit the smaller edge of egg to a hard object and remove some peel and take the larger side and do same procedure and remove peel. Then blow with your mouth heavily into the smaller side so that you will get an egg into your hand which does not have any type of peel. Then serve it.

How To: Make Pakistani style khakina (egg chutney)

This demonstration of a Pakistani Recipe shows the preparation of khakina which is an egg chutney. For this you will need a tomato, onion, red chili powder, black pepper, salt, eggs, cumin, green chili, coriander and oil in the mentioned amounts. Add cumin to a pan with oil followed by onions, chili powder, salt and the tomatoes as indicated and cover it for a while. Add in the red chili and eggs and mix it around. Add the black pepper followed by chili and coriander at the end. Take the pan ...

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