How do you like your eggs done?

Philippines
September 18, 2010 7:23am CST
I love scrambled eggs. But I cook it differently. I don't beat the eggs! What I do is crack open the eggs and put it on a low heated pan with a bit of butter/oil. After about a 30 seconds - 1 minute when the eggs are a bit cooked, then that is the time I mixed together the whites and the yolks gently making sure I can still see the yolk and the whites so when I eat it there is the fusion of their tastes . And then I add some herbs, salt and pepper. How about you? How do you like your eggs done?
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16 responses
@jennyze (7048)
• Indonesia
18 Sep 10
I want yours. I call it: telor orak-arik. That's just the way I like it.
• Philippines
19 Sep 10
What does telor orak-arik means?? Sounds too exotic.
@jennyze (7048)
• Indonesia
19 Sep 10
It is the same egg as you describe here.
• Philippines
19 Sep 10
I learned how to cook eggs that way from a magazine years ago. But they just call it "scrambled eggs"
@epicure35 (2822)
• United States
19 Sep 10
I, too, prefer scrambled eggs. I like them cooked lightly, almost like the French method of cooking them in a double boiler, so they remain custardy. That being said, I'm too lazy to do it that way, so into the pan they go, but I do beat them first. Since I do like them loose and soft, it's low heat and watch them. I do sometimes add fine herbes, or herbes de provence. Sometimes I add other embellishments, e.g. cheese, veggies, etc. When I was younger, the town I lived in had a man demonstrating how to scramble eggs in a "5 and 10 cent store" window. He made them into a Christmas tree shape and that was amazing to me!
• Philippines
20 Sep 10
how did he do that?!
@epicure35 (2822)
• United States
20 Sep 10
I don't exactly know; he used some kind of spatula and twisted and turned it. It was a miracle, I guess!
• Philippines
19 Sep 10
I want mine soft boiled with some tomatoes and soy sauce. But sometimes I want them sunnny side up but I don't ate much egg because it can cause ofoul smell when I fart.lol
• Philippines
21 Sep 10
• United States
19 Sep 10
I like my eggs sunny side up and running. I like the yolk of the egg to be raw. I like it was butter and salt added. It tastes so good this way.
• Philippines
21 Sep 10
You don't add pepper?
@nicococo (134)
19 Sep 10
I like my eggs scrambled with some milk and orange juice mixed in. I usually make sure it's half-cooked, a little bit runny. I don't want it cooked "thoroughly" because it becomes a disassembled omelet. Omelets are good, though, but I prefer omelets really thin and almost crepe-like so I can stuff it with cheese.
• Philippines
21 Sep 10
orange juice ON your eggs??
@mspitot (3833)
• Philippines
4 Jun 11
I do the same thing too with my scrambled eggs. I like that way better than beating them before cooking. As for sunny side up, I like my sunny side up with the yolks half cooked. I want the yolks to be saucy..
@pan_23 (420)
• Kuwait
21 Sep 10
I sometimes just boil it,cut into half,& take it with salt and pepper. or i will make omellete with salt,red dry chilli powder and onion. or i will make many indian curry recipes(as i am an indian) with egg and i will take it with rice. i make simple egg curry with cooked scrambled egg,salt,red dry chilli powder,onion,and masala.this is called egg burji in india. or i will make egg pickle,egg biryani,egg pakora,stuffed egg recipe,egg roll ,egg sandwich, egg cutlet, egg puff ,egg stew,egg avial,egg parata ,califlower egg curry also. and recently i have seen other indian egg recipes like egg spinach omlette,egg manchuria,egg vermicelli,egg vandaloo,stuffed egg pasanda,egg kababs,egg bolls,egg bonda,egg methi burji,chilli eggs,eggs in coconut milk,suka egg masala ,egg capsicum burji,egg halwa,egg dal,mustard egg curry,egg keema,potato egg curry,egg chat, paneer egg ,egg samosa etc.
@mspitot (3833)
• Philippines
20 Sep 10
I like omelet and scrambled. I love them!
• United States
19 Sep 10
I like my eggs fried over easy with toast. Yum it's almost breakfast time
@jailo12 (332)
• Philippines
19 Sep 10
i like my eggs scrambled too but i do it in the common way. i'll try what your doing with your egg, maybe its fun. have you tried putting some chopped hot dogs in your egg? try it, and mixed some other ingredients to the egg. i like experimenting my egg. im having fun when im doign it. good day.
19 Sep 10
scrambled eggs, rules! :P
@kaka135 (14115)
• Malaysia
19 Sep 10
I have never try your style of making the scrambled eggs. I like scrambled eggs, but I like it to be beat well. I'll add some soy sauce and pepper when I beat the eggs, then go and fry it. It's simple but I think it's nice. I also like sunny side up with the yolk is still not fully cooked, but already turned into orange color. I find it tasty as well.
@grayxenon (1306)
• Philippines
18 Sep 10
when i eat breakfast with my girlfriend it will be sunny side up, as she doesn't like any vegetables.. When I am alone scramble or omelet with lots of onions!
@jinjer168 (1599)
• Philippines
18 Sep 10
Hi! eggs is one of my favorite food to prepare because its so easy and fast to be cooked. Not only that its cheap, its also easy to be bought anywhere plus its healthy too when take in moderation. My favorite is omellete with milk, cheese and potato. Sometimes, i also add ham, hotdogs, crab meat or onions with it. Another thing is hard boiled with salt plus sunny side up, i love them so much! Good night!
@Cherryd41 (1121)
• United States
18 Sep 10
I like my eggs scrambled or omlette style if I cook them omlette style I like to add a little cheese and tomatoe, mushroom ,onion and green pepper, a little salt and pepper. I don't really care to much for fried eggs especially over easy or even worse is sunny theres just something about eating a raw egg yolk that turns my stomache. And I don't like anything yolk running out of my eggs either ,so if I do eat a fried egg which is rare for me I cook it till its over hard and the yolks are fully cooked.
@missybear (11396)
• United States
18 Sep 10
My favorite eggs are omelets with mushrooms, peppers, onoions some ham or bacon and lots of cheese.