"Fried egg" that is delicious not only for breakfast but also on rice bowls and pasta. How many have you made in your life so far?
It's a fried egg that is usually baked in almost nothing, but I think it's more enjoyable for both those who make it and those who eat it. Here are three arrangements that will make your appearance easier.
Fried egg like a brooch
First, decorate with familiar vegetables. Drop the egg in a frying pan and line up the sliced okra and young corn around the yolk. Okra is easy to eat if it is lightly boiled or heated in the microwave.
Fried egg of flowers
A small fried egg made from quail eggs that is easy to put in your lunch box. Lightly add salad oil to a frying pan and place the seeded and sliced paprika. Insert a quail egg inside and bake until it is as firm as you like. If the paprika is large, use the first one. Even peppers are OK.
Fluffy, cloud-like fried egg
At the end, take some time. We will create an "egg in cloud" that looks like a cloud and has a mysterious texture.
First, divide the egg into yolk and white, and apply a thin layer of salad oil to the aluminum foil.
Whisk the whites well to make meringue.
Place the meringue on the aluminum foil, dent the center and remove the yolks. Bake in an oven toaster until lightly browned to complete.
We also recommend arranging the meringue on toast and baking it, or on ketchup price. You can season it as you like, even if you mix grated cheese with white meat in advance. The white meat that melts quickly and the yolk that melts melted are addictive!
There is no doubt that the family will be pleased if a fried egg that has never been seen comes out. Please try it when you have time ♪