Are eggs dangerous with the sunny side up

What's the Healthiest Way to Cook and Eat Eggs?

  • Eggs are delicious and extremely versatile.

  • They can be cooked in many different ways and are easy to combine with other healthy foods like vegetables.

  • Cooking also destroys dangerous bacteria, making them safer to eat.

  • Here is a list of the most popular cooking methods:

  • Hard-boiled eggs are cooked in the shell in a saucepan of boiling water for 6-10 minutes, depending on how well you want the yolks to be cooked.

  • The longer you cook, the firmer the yolk will be.

  • Poached eggs are cooked in slightly cooler water.

  • They are cracked into a saucepan of boiling water between 160-180 ° F (71-82 ° C) and cooked for 2.5-3 minutes.

  • Fried eggs are whipped in a hot pan with a thin layer of cooking fat.

  • Then you can cook them "sunny side up" which means the egg is fried on one side or "too lightly" which means the egg is fried on both sides.

  • Baked eggs are cooked in a hot oven in a flat-bottomed bowl until the egg is set.

  • Scrambled eggs are beaten in a bowl, poured into a hot pan and stirred over low heat until they set.

  • To make an omelette, the eggs are beaten, poured into a hot pan and slowly cooked over low heat until set.

  • In contrast to scrambled eggs, an omelette is not stirred in the pan.

  • Microwaves can be used to cook eggs in many different ways. It takes much less time to cook eggs in the microwave than on the stove.

  • However, it is usually not a good idea to microwave eggs that are still in their shells. This is because pressure can build up inside them quickly and they can explode (1, 2).