Use fresh eggs: Fresh eggs have a tighter white and a round yolk, making them easier to cook and yielding a better final product.
Control the temperature: Cooking eggs over low to medium heat ensures that they cook evenly without browning or overcooking.
Don't overcook: Overcooked eggs can become tough and rubbery. Cook until the whites are set and the yolks are runny for a perfect texture.
Seasoning: Salt and pepper are classic seasonings for eggs, but don't be afraid to experiment with herbs, spices, and even hot sauce to add extra flavor.
Use a non-stick pan: A non-stick pan makes it easier to cook eggs without sticking to the bottom of the pan.
Butter or oil: Adding a small amount of butter or oil to the pan before cooking the eggs helps prevent sticking and adds flavor.
Experiment with different cooking techniques: Try different methods of cooking eggs, such as poaching, scrambling, frying, or boiling to keep things interesting and discover your favorite way to cook eggs.
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