Sunny side up eggs are fried on one side (unturned), with the yolk remaining runny. It seems simple enough, but many kitchen beginner has made sunny-side up eggs just a little too rubbery or has even left them raw
Having a good non-stick pan (Tefal) may be the easiest way to make sunny-side up-eggs, but you can also use a well-seasoned cast-iron pan or a sturdy skillet. The key to making these eggs look good is how easily they are going to slide out of the pan without tearing the yolk.
- 1 tbsp butter
- salt and pepper
1. Melt butter in a heavy skillet and heat until hot enough to sizzle a drop of water.
2. Break one egg into a saucer; carefully slip egg into skillet. Cover the pan with a glass lid, steaming the egg just a little.
3. Cook eggs over low heat until whites are firm and yolks are soft, or to desired degree of doneness; season with salt and pepper.