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What's The Difference Between "Eggs Over Easy" And "Sunny-Side Up Eggs"?

Do you fry your eggs on both sides for breakfast?
How do you fry an egg? If you love your runny egg yolks, chances are you love your eggs sunny-side up with the yolk still very runny and the whites just set. That isn't the only way to cook an egg for breakfast. There is ...

All The Fried Food You Can Prep and Freeze Now, Cook Later

These chicken and pork recipes will keep for at least a month!
Did you know that the refrigerator is known as the most important invention in the history of food? Without the modern refrigerator, food as we know it would be very different. We won't have frozen meals that are ready to cook at ...

This Is The Secret To The Crispiest Onion Rings

There's an ingredient that makes it extra crispy.
The secret to cooking crispy onion rings is actually not a big secret. In fact, you may already know it. The thing is you may be omitting the ingredient. We don't blame you. With everyone leading busier and busier lives, skipping a step or ...

3 Tips To Keep Your Breaded Chicken or Pork Chops Crispy Every Time

It’s about time you put a stop to soggy breading.
We love crispy fried food and if you are anything like us, you know that there’s nothing more sad than soggy breading on our fried chicken or pork chops. Follow these easy tips and say goodbye to soggy breading every time:1 Bread properly. ...

Here's What To Do With Oil After Deep-Frying

Here's what you can with all that oil that you just used.
We all know that deep-fried dishes can be good— fried chicken, beer-battered fish fillets, chicken nuggets. But all these dishes take up a lot of oil: atleast a liter is needed just to fill a medium heavy-bottomed pot.So what do you do ...

WATCH: How to Pan Sear Perfectly

The secret to perfecting the skill of pan searing is patience.
Pan searing is the simplest way to get food on the table fast. It's fast, easy, and a great way to develop flavor, from simple pork chops to searing beef cubes to start a stew. But if you are one of those people ...

WATCH: How to Make Fried Chicken Cordon Bleu

Breaded chicken fillet wrapped around a slice of ham and cheese? Yes, please!
This chicken cordon bleu recipe is filled with the classic ham-and-cheese combo, then served with homemade gravy for an easy-to-make baon or weeknight meal. Takes 30 minutes Makes 4 servings4 chicken breast fillets, skins removed 2 slices ham, halved 2 slices cheddar cheese, ...

WATCH: Top Tips for Terrific Fried Chicken

Follow these helpful tips to make a batch of really good and crispy fried chicken at home!
Apply these simple tips to your prep and frying for a batch of great-tasting fried chicken! ...
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