Every Way to Cook an Egg (59 Methods) | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on:  Monday, March 25, 2019
  • Join Basically editor Amiel Stanek as he attempts to cook an egg in almost every way possible. Which method is the best? Can there be a best method? What does 'best' even mean? Who says what's best? Not us. They're all eggcelent (besides the ones that aren't).

    Check out each of the methods here (thanks to Asaf Lebovic for making this list):
    0:47 raw egg
    1:10 prairie oyster
    1:34 amber moon
    2:00 sunny side up egg
    2:25 olive oil fried egg
    2:51 olive oil fried (basted) egg
    3:18 olive oil friend (steamed) egg
    3:43 over easy/medium/hard egg
    4:26 salt block fried egg
    4:41 McMuffin Egg
    4:58 cracked and scrambled egg
    5:30 low and slow scrambled egg
    6:00 hot and fast scrambled egg
    6:33 boiled egg
    7:39 steamed whole egg
    8:37 sous-vide egg
    9:08 pickled egg
    10:11 poached egg
    10:40 egg poached in tomato sauce
    11:14 microwave scrambled egg
    11:32 microwave poached egg
    11:52 grilled in George Foreman egg
    12:17 waffle iron egg
    12:46 blowtorched egg
    13:09 diner style omelet egg
    13:41 French omelet egg
    14:16 souffled omelet egg
    14:47 cloud egg
    15:20 steamed custard egg (Chinese style steamed egg custard)
    15:53 coddled egg
    16:26 shirred egg
    16:54 air fried egg
    17:31 deep-fried egg
    17:54 dehydrated egg
    18:18 frittata egg
    18:48 frozen egg
    19:17 dishwasher egg
    19:49 rice cooker egg
    20:22 egg cooker egg
    20:50 Rollie cooked egg
    21:18 oven cooked egg
    22:08 cooked in broth egg
    22:48 grilled egg
    23:13 smoked egg
    23:43 campfire (cast iron) egg
    24:19 campfire (foil pouch) egg
    24:49 campfire (burned in coals) egg
    25:11 sauna cooked egg




    25:38 engine cooked egg
    26:03 solar oven egg

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  • Akshay R. Pawar

    Akshay R. Pawar

     3 hours ago

    Indian style BHURJI

  • Ioana Kiparisov Dicu

    Ioana Kiparisov Dicu

     3 hours ago

    You forgot about Deviled eggs :D

  • A-_FoRb1d3n_-W1sH

    A-_FoRb1d3n_-W1sH

     6 hours ago +1

    I should go to sleep now....

  • ak.98

    ak.98

     7 hours ago

    That deep fried egg is quite common in many southeast asian countries👍🏼

    Edit: I really wish he added fillings into the frittata, because this presentation really doesn’t do it justice.

  • LEORofYAHWEH

    LEORofYAHWEH

     7 hours ago

    love the effort, but all for naught, first, you can't tell someone how to do their eggs, we all like them different... but i thought this vid would be egg recipes... my bad..

  • Dew The Dew

    Dew The Dew

     7 hours ago

    This should be sent to How To Basic

  • [ R B L X ] Sneaqq

    [ R B L X ] Sneaqq

     7 hours ago

    I cant wait for the egg channel to pop up

  • David G

    David G

     8 hours ago

    NOOOOOOO. A sunny Side up is NOT supposed to be "snotty". The white should be cooked and the yolk RAW but not cold. You spoon hot butter from the pan over the whites until it is set then remove and plate. Never, ever, allow fringes or lace on your eggs. Yes, I am an egg Master. 50 Years as a fine dining Chef. Stop BURNING the damned things!

  • AneciaA

    AneciaA

     8 hours ago

    Am I really going to watch a 27 minute video about eggs?

  • EMCEE Kaoz

    EMCEE Kaoz

     9 hours ago

    Gross, eggs are gross

  • Reversed Videos

    Reversed Videos

     9 hours ago

    They forgot my favorite... Volcano cooked egg.

  • kaio6525

    kaio6525

     9 hours ago

    Boa parte das "receitas" o cara fritou o ovo por 2min e virou e deu um nome diferentes kkkkkkkk

  • Ethan Gassmann

    Ethan Gassmann

     9 hours ago

    So close to 69

  • Dessilou

    Dessilou

     13 hours ago

    Ive made microwave scrambled eggs before. They were good but the process actually took forever (probably because i was stirring it occasuonally which made me stop then microwave)

  • there were no usernames left

    there were no usernames left

     14 hours ago

    This will give chickens depression

  • TheFoxesMind

    TheFoxesMind

     15 hours ago

    ...Y'all were bored, weren't you?

  • Simone Maffei

    Simone Maffei

     15 hours ago

    That's not how you make frittata. Cool video anyway

  • Chiara Fusco

    Chiara Fusco

     18 hours ago

    I'm sorry but that is NOT how you do a frittata...at all. Who did ever say to put it in the oven? 😅 Nah ah!

  • Dylan O'Brien

    Dylan O'Brien

     19 hours ago

    Gaston watched this video. He ate all 59 eggs. Even the campfire one

  • Neal Bowser

    Neal Bowser

     19 hours ago

    All these ways, and he failed to mention one of the most popular way... Fried with bacon "grease". Every time I tell someone I make eggs this way, I hear people say "that's how my grandmother made it"... well, that's how I make it. Sure,you could substitute olive oil, but you're missing out on the crispiness How do I personally make eggs? Well, I have one of those small egg frying pans. First, I cook bacon in a regular pan, Cut the bacon slices in half. Once done, I pour most or all of the grease into the tiny egg frying pan Cook the egg like an egg McMuffin style (put egg in, pop yolk). Flip, then put on a toasted english muffin. Take an American cheese slice, and put it on the egg immediately after putting it on the muffin. (I have it prepared ahead of time, folded in half and make an X out the pieces). put two halves of bacon on top, and cover with the top.... perfect.