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originally posted by: 38181
a reply to: putnam6b
I learned the secret to cooking the best over-easy/over-medium eggs ever from watching the cooks at Waffle House! Use lots of real butter in the skillet, the eggs will turn over way easy.
Edit to add, I’ve never really had a bad breakfast at WH, when your hungry I guess everything tastes better.
originally posted by: Hefficide
a reply to: 38181
They use butter flavored hydrogenated vegetable oil - in the 90's under the brand name of Low Melt.
The secret is actually washing and seasoning the stainless steel pan by thoroughly drying and then allowing copious amounts of the oil to heat as the pan seasons.
The heat is provided by a 450 degree flame.
Beyond that it's practice to learn to roll the egg rather than trying to flip it.
I trained Waffle House managers for several years during the early and mid nineties.