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Silly question - frying an egg with Frylight??

hobbithead

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#1
Now I am sure some of you are chuckling but i usually stick to scrambled but o/h has eaten lots of eggs today and only left me with one so thought I would have it fried but not sure how with Frylight. Can anyone help, apologies for sounding so dense :confused:
 
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#2
Hiya,

Just spray the bottom of the pan in frylight and let it heat up then crack the egg in as normal..I sometimes spray the top of mine if i am going to turn it over.

Hope that helps k xx
 

hobbithead

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#3
Thanks Red, I am so dense sometimes :8855:
 

hobbithead

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#4
My fried egg was yummy :clap:
 

Allgold78

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#5
I was surprised when it worked so don't think you're the only one. I thought you'd need much more oil than that to fry an egg but it turns out you don't which is great. I'm a poached egg fan but every now and again I like a good fried egg. Nice to have them minus the grease!!
 

hobbithead

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#6
Yes it tasted so much nicer not swimming in a pile of oil!!
 

judimac

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#7
And in a wholemeal roll! (as OH calls it, an egg banjo!) Yum!
 

Allgold78

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#8
Ah yeah, the best. Guess what I'm having tomorrow...........
 
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#9
i was about to ask this question hehe, i've never turned a fried egg over before though :eek: didn;t know you could do that without the bloody thing breaking?
 

Circes

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#10
There's lengthy thread in the recipe section devoted to the art of egg frying and avoiding the 'snot' :D
 

Angelbecki27

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#11
I have had little success frying an egg with frylight, i discovered that 1 egg fried in vegetable oil is only half a syn - I'd prefer that!
 

dudette2001uk

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#13
I was a bit dubious about frying an egg in frylight I have to admit, but it definitely works! I flip mine over for a few seconds at the end just to make sure it's cooked properly - yummy! I might actually have a bacon and egg sandwich tonight - you've got me craving them now!!! :D xxx
 

stephie0611

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#16
i absoluely hate runny yolks, so ive got to turn mine over so that it bursts and all cooks. xx
 
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#17
I just pop a saucepan lid or plate over the top of the frying pan and it cooks the top a treat too.
 
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#18
I was really surprised too, I sprayed the edges of the pan too & did 2 for brekkie the other day & I can say I am a frylight convert. Mmmmm fried egg & bacon butties
 

MissNix

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#20
I love the term egg snot!! :D
 


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