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Fried eggs

Post  deniser on 31.03.12 14:18

I really fancied a fried egg sandwich for lunch today. We still have no cooker after the fire Sad I successfully fried 2 eggs in the halogen. I preheated it, put some oil on the non stick plate placed it on the high rack. Waited til the oil was heated cracked 2 eggs and voila a fried egg sarnie with a runny yolk, just how I like them. So anything is possible

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Post  junie on 31.03.12 16:48

glad they worked, how long did you give them Question

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Post  deniser on 01.04.12 11:14

Not sure really as I didn't time it, but about the same time as in a frying pan on a medium heat as i don't like them brown on the bottom. I just watched them and took them out when they were cooked.

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Post  teapot on 12.04.12 17:44

Thank you for that i will give it ago thank you
by the sound of it you have had a fire sorry to hear this xx

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Post  mo on 16.04.12 16:52

Never thought of trying that! Brilliant!!

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Post  Nanan on 06.05.12 8:45

Big help as we're having brunch this lovely sunny Sunday morning..Smile))

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Post  Nanan on 06.05.12 13:38

Oh bit of a disaster on the fried egg front, one minute they were sloppy next minute they were rock hard...wonder if the oven temp was too high at 200?....

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Post  garydobby on 06.06.12 8:01

brill never thought you would be able two cook a fried egg in one

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what temperature did you cook the eggs on I'm a new member

Post  caz49 on 20.03.14 12:37

deniser wrote:I really fancied a fried egg sandwich for lunch today. We still have no cooker after the fire :(I successfully fried 2 eggs in the halogen. I preheated it, put some oil on the non stick plate placed it on the high rack. Waited til the oil was heated cracked 2 eggs and voila a fried egg sarnie with a runny yolk, just how I like them. So anything is possible

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Post  LesleyM on 23.03.14 19:45

Thanks for that! I'll certainly be trying that- I imagine you could adapt that for omelettes

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Post  LesleyM on 25.04.14 22:36

FYI it works perfectly- now to work out if I can poach eggs

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