How To: Set a fried egg (get rid of the slimy coating)

Set a fried egg (get rid of the slimy coating)

Chowhound fayehess, also known as Faye Delicious of Blip.tv, puts the finishing touch on a fried egg. If you don't like that slimy jelly stuff on the white of a fried egg, watch this video to learn how to get rid of it without flipping the egg. Helpful tip on frying eggs.

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I don't get it, you want a slimey yoke but not a slimey white? Bonkers!

It would be perfect if those overcooked edges weren't there. Seriously, those ruin the experience of a perfect egg. So, while it may be the perfect yolk, it's not a perfect egg.

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