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Chefs Swear By This Trick For Perfect Fried Eggs

It's actually really easy.

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One other fried egg trick that chefs swear by? Tipping the pan, then spooning the hot oil back over the top.

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Popularized by José Andrés, the method consists of heating up four tablespoons of olive oil, tipping the pan, sliding an egg into the oil, then spooning the hot oil onto the top of the egg.

(This version was co-signed on Instagram by both Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert, so you know it's legit.)

Prefer scrambled eggs instead? So does Gordon Ramsay. Here's his method for getting them perfect every time.

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When asked how he likes his eggs in a Reddit AMA, Ramsay said, "I have to say, scrambled. Over a slice of sourdough bread that has been grilled, and then sort of doused with Worcestershire sauce."

Yes, chef. 🍳

  1. How do you fry your eggs?

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    I use the lid-over-pan trick.
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    I spoon hot oil over my eggs.
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    I straight up just fry them over a drizzle of hot oil. Why complicate things?
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    I use another technique which I'll describe in the comments.
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How do you fry your eggs?
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    I use the lid-over-pan trick.
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    I spoon hot oil over my eggs.
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    I straight up just fry them over a drizzle of hot oil. Why complicate things?
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    I use another technique which I'll describe in the comments.
 
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