Hot Eggs How-Tos

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: 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: 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 southern deviled eggs with Paula Deen

Paula Deen shares her recipe for classic southern deviled eggs. Follow along and learn how to make this great appetizer recipe. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Home Cooking show hosted by Paula Deen. Paula Deen, owner of Lady and Sons, a famous Savannah restaurant, is Food Network's resident southern chef. Step inside her kitchen and discover delicious food that's both uncomplicated and comforting. Try making her recipe for souther deviled eggs.

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: 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 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: Test eggs for freshness

It's easy to find out if your eggs can be scrambled, fried, or used in a recipe - or if they need to be tossed in the trash. Watch this video to learn how to test eggs for freshness.

How To: Blow a hard-boiled egg from its shell with mixed martial artist Miguel Torres

Peeling never got anybody anywhere when it comes to hard-boiled eggs. The little chunks of shells always stick to the white surface of the egg, and they're really hard to get off without rinsing in water. But, there's a ninja trick that mixed martial artist Miguel Torres has for you, and it's peeling without really peeling. You knock off the shell at the top and bottom of the egg, that's all the "peeling" you'll be doing. Then you grasp the hard-boiled egg in one hand, put your lips to the to...

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: Make an omellete for bachelors

Aria Giovanni teaches all the single guys out there how to whip up the perfect omelet. An omelet is made of mostly eggs but then you can add in various ingredients and make it fit to your taste. This recipe makes an omelet with onions, tomatoes and cheese but if that isn't your cup of tea how about a ham and cheese omelet? Or you could make a southwest omelet with shredded chicken, cheese, salsa and then top with sour cream. Voila! A simple and delicious breakfast for on-the-go bachelors.

How To: Make a tomato, green pepper, onion, & cheese omelette

This video demonstrates how to make an omelet. First, you need tomatoes, green pepper, onion, cheese, eggs, milk and some olive oil, as well as two eggs and some milk. Put it into a bowl and mix it together. After mixing it, take a pan and start cooking. You can season as you like. Feel free to add ham or any other condiments into the omelet. If you follow the steps in this video, you'll have a delicious omelet.

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: Cook and peel hard boiled eggs the old fashioned way

This video explains the best way to remove the shells from hard boiled eggs. He boils the eggs until half the water has evaporated. While the eggs are still hot, he runs each one under cold water. While he's holding the egg under the stream of water, he raps each one with a wooden spoon to break the shell, and peels them under the running water. The technique shown in this video works very well for removing the eggshell without making a mess. Cook and peel hard boiled eggs the old fashioned way.

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: Cook an egg super fast in a microwave

If you are always too busy for making breakfast in the mornings, then you might think twice after this how to video. Watch and learn how easy and quick it is to cook an egg in the microwave. All you need is two eggs, chives, and margarine. Mix it all up and cook in the microwave for 55 seconds.

How To: Make simple hard-boiled eggs

Making hard-boiled eggs is a simple process, but if you mess them up it is a catastrophe. This video recipe demonstrates how to prepare perfect hard-boiled eggs at home every time, giving you an easy snack that you can keep in your refrigerator and eat any time when you feel like an egg on the go.

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: 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: Blow a hard boiled egg out of its shell

Chrischee explains to us why the first take went wrong. Then he goes on to give us detailed instructions on how to prep the hard boiled egg in order to be able to blow the shell off. Make sure to pay close attention as he cracks a hole at the top and bottom of the egg. Kids will enjoy this unique way of getting the egg shell off a hard boiled egg.

How To: Prepare deviled eggs appetizers

Deviled eggs -- a classic hors d'oeuvre your guests will love. Deviled eggs are basically just boiled eggs. The cooked yolks are taken out and mashed together with other spices. Take a chance on making these devilishly delicious deviled 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: 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 fried egg

Over medium heat warm a small amount of oil or butter – perhaps 1 ½ tsp – in a small (8 inch) skillet, or spray the pan with nonstick cooking spray. Crack an egg into the pan. Cook until the white appears solid (for about 3 to 4 minutes). For basted eggs, put 1 tsp or so of melted butter over the yolk. For eggs sunny-side up, remove the egg from the pan with a spatula and serve. For eggs over easy, carefully flip the egg over onto the yolk side and cook for another minute or two. (You will pr...

How To: Perfectly hard boil an egg

This video goes through the steps needed to cook a hard boiled egg. Firstly, you will need to boil some water in a saucepan. You can then add the egg and boil for exactly 7 minutes; this will give you a slightly soft egg. Then, drain the water off and toss the egg around in the pan, which will crack the shell. Add some cold water to the pan and let the egg cool down, until you can pick it up. An easy way of peeling the egg is to roll it between your hand and a hard surface; you will now be ab...

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