Frying a Frozen Egg
I saw this picture circulating on Facebook. Thought I should give it a try.
Last night, I placed an egg in the freezer to let it freeze overnight.
I don't have a photo of me peeling the egg. But this is a photo of a raw frozen egg without the shell.
Slice it as thinly as you can. You should probably get around 6 to 8 slices per egg. You must do this quick, as the egg will start to thaw. As you can see from the photo, the egg whites has started to melt.
In a pan, add a bit of oil, and fry the eggs on low heat. Since they are smaller in size, they cook pretty fast.
They are now done! Aren't they the cutest little things? They look like quail eggs.
This would be great for
- saving money
- people who are on a diet (can you imagine how many calories you can cut down if you fry only a fraction of these eggs. i only ate 1/6th of 1 egg = 15 calories)
- sharing with others (no more fighting over the egg yolk!)
- those who prefer egg yolks than egg whites (you get 80% egg yolk and 20% egg white)