Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Frying a Frozen Egg

I saw this picture circulating on Facebook. Thought I should give it a try.



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Last night, I placed an egg in the freezer to let it freeze overnight.


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I don't have a photo of me peeling the egg. But this is a photo of a raw frozen egg without the shell.


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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.


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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.


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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)

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