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


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  • Ashley Hickmott
    Ashley Hickmott 2 years ago +5735

    Me: "I should go to sleep"
    Also me: **59 ways to cook an egg**

  • Mr Ninjagon
    Mr Ninjagon 4 months ago +720

    Sad that he didn’t mention scrambled-in-shell eggs. There are a couple devices as well as DIY ways to spin an egg really fast so that the yolk breaks inside the shell and then you can boil it and you’re left with what’s basically a scrambled egg with a super rich, pudding like consistency. Delicious.

    • 405J
      405J Month ago

      Sounds disgusting

    • Kevin Mencer
      Kevin Mencer Month ago

      I want to try that one day.

    • yugijak
      yugijak Month ago +1

      He DID say ALMOST every way

    • Reem Adel
      Reem Adel 2 months ago

      @Mr Ninjagon thank you!

    • Mr Ninjagon
      Mr Ninjagon 3 months ago +12

      Oh, in addition:
      If you let the eggs warm up a bit outside the refrigerator, they should be easier to scramble
      To test if you’ve done it right, you can shine a light through the egg. If the whole egg glows a yellow color, it’s still unbroken, if it’s mostly opaque with a slight red color, it’s scrambled.

  • VintageEraser
    VintageEraser 3 months ago +483

    I cannot express in words how much I love eggs. Eggs are the backbone of my meals and existence. Without eggs I am a husk of a human, with no happiness. A single egg can bring a long lasting smile to my face and I feel inhuman when I do not have any. I. Love. Eggs.

    • Irji IU
      Irji IU 9 days ago

      @feddy fastbear liar

    • feddy fastbear
      feddy fastbear 18 days ago

      @Meme-Made Productions not too sure, he said he likes eggs but idk it's not that clear

    • Meme-Made Productions
      Meme-Made Productions 18 days ago

      @feddy fastbear really? what makes you think that

    • feddy fastbear
      feddy fastbear 19 days ago +1

      Guys i think he likes eggs

  • zenmaster
    zenmaster 2 months ago +44

    I honestly prefer the “overcooked” egg yolks. I’ve grown up with it and it doesn’t makes as much of a mess

    • Anonymous Dumbass
      Anonymous Dumbass 12 days ago

      @Bungusゴゴゴ how young are you

    • Fluffy the neko
      Fluffy the neko 13 days ago

      Thats I think the only food I cant handle, overcooked yolks make me puke immediately

    • Bungusゴゴゴ
      Bungusゴゴゴ 22 days ago +7

      yeah i actually thought those were the only kind of egg yolks you could get up until this point lol

    • Eli H
      Eli H 26 days ago +3

      W comment

  • Florida Girl
    Florida Girl 3 months ago +76

    This is freaking awesome! I know it's not "a way to cook an egg", but I kind of feel like maybe "deviled" should also be on this list... lol. Anyway, this is really great, thank you for taking the time to do something like this. It will help so many people.

    • Tiny Mission
      Tiny Mission 3 months ago +6

      This was my thought, deviled eggs are a sought after commodity where I live. We all have egg carriers for them to take them to parties, dinners, reunions, pretty much everywhere.

  • walk_the_planck
    walk_the_planck 2 years ago +1485

    Timestamps for mobile users
    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

  • 【Bxbble】
    【Bxbble】 3 months ago +22

    I believe you can't really overcook an egg, I like my yolk runny but I think firm and solid cooked yolks are not "overcooked", same thing with scrambled eggs or omelettes and boiled.

  • Alfi2
    Alfi2 25 days ago +4

    Steamed custard egg is my favorite. In Japan, they add it with some chicken meat and onion leaves, known as Chawanmushi. It's really delicious, you guys should try some!

  • Flamesty
    Flamesty 2 months ago +9

    To me it’s amazing to see how different the yolk tastes when it’s cooked with different times

  • WesleyPipesGaming
    WesleyPipesGaming 21 day ago +2

    That soufflé omelet is my new go-to breakfast. I actually learned quite a bit! Thanks :D

  • MMcool
    MMcool 2 years ago +7154

    *I've never seen someone so passionate about how they boil their eggs.*

    • Toaster
      Toaster Month ago

      How did he gets so much eggs? 🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚

    • hidden_host
      hidden_host Month ago

      Fam that pfp is adorable

    • Da Cap 10 Keeli
      Da Cap 10 Keeli Month ago +1

      @U1yssa Both r nice

    • midnightwolfy344
      midnightwolfy344 Month ago

      @Motic Salonga i mean it them opinion

    • iAmL
      iAmL 2 months ago

      @Coe my condolences to your easter egg hunting childhood

  • SomeRandomBaconBoy
    SomeRandomBaconBoy 4 months ago +70

    to everyone reading this, try to mix eggs with some cheese cream in oil while frying, and harden it by mixing. its the most delicious out of all there 100%

    • Heffè
      Heffè 16 days ago +1

      It was fireeeeeee

    • Heffè
      Heffè 16 days ago

      About to make a bagel, will try this: be back in 10 minutes

    • Avery
      Avery Month ago

      @aj the ostrich He Said what He Said

    • aj the ostrich
      aj the ostrich Month ago +2

      you mean.. cream cheese-

    • guyinyoutube
      guyinyoutube Month ago +1

      I love you

  • sans50's animations
    sans50's animations Month ago +3

    scrambled eggs is what my mom makes me when there's nothing to eat and it is just right ✋😌👌

  • NasaPeepo
    NasaPeepo 3 months ago +2

    You can also medium or hard boil an egg and then deep fry it. That way, it remains its shape and is pretty tasty. I eat it sometimes.

  • Summer Kenady
    Summer Kenady 3 months ago +6

    In just 27mins, this guy ate the most eggs in one sitting than I’ve in a day! Eggcellent!

  • il Westo
    il Westo 3 years ago +74680

    I just sat for 27 minutes and watched a random dude on the internet cook eggs in 59 different ways. I feel wild.

  • Peter Szarow
    Peter Szarow 3 months ago +2

    I have just purchased my 3rd George Forman Grill, exact same model as you are using, I love it. Anyway, the instructions state, and I've seen the same warning on non stick skillets as well, is to never use aerosol oils because the gas propellent causes a chemical breakdown of the non stick coating.

  • Sentient Hunhow
    Sentient Hunhow 3 months ago +12

    As a child I used to make eggs in the microwave since I wasn’t allowed to use pots/pans/oil. Scrambled them in a bowl, tossed in some salt and pepper and put it in for a minute, letting it vent a little after 30 seconds so it doesn’t blow up. Made decent croissant egg and cheese sandwiches

    • A Person
      A Person 29 days ago

      Yeah kids like to eat eggs too

  • Zombiecraft
    Zombiecraft 4 months ago +12

    im surprised you never cooked 1 in a kettle. thats how i used to cook mine all the time. i used to boil it once for soft and twice for hard boiled eggs but it probably depends on your kettle .

  • Ogden Michael
    Ogden Michael 4 months ago +2

    I've been cooking egg into savory oatmeal lately. Add some savory flavoring to the water, bring to a boil then add and cook the oats 2/3 to 3/4s of the way then add the egg. Stir it up several times as it cooks. It's pretty tasty and I love the texture. But, it DOES stick to the pan which makes clean up a chore.
    Top the oatmeal & egg with a bit of balsamic vinegar. Oh, and also then top that with the stir-fried veggies that you were cooking. (Mushroom, broccoli etc.. typical breakfast veggies). (and of course season those veggies however you want.) Then throw on a bit of small cut cheese and a bit of salsa.
    it's utterly divine. So many different textures and flavors depending the mixture of foods you eat in every fork/spoon full.
    If you want to get really fancy, slow cook the veggies until they are greatly reduced in sized and slightly charred. (Yah yah, I know charred food is bad for us but blah.. it tastes so good when done right.)

  • Jade
    Jade 2 years ago +52794

    *drinks 3 raw eggs but refuses to eat an egg out of a microwave because it’s too gross*

    • Alex
      Alex 24 days ago

      @ONE the nutrients on the egg are less bioavailable if you eat them raw so even by that logic you're making no sense

    • Virgin
      Virgin 6 months ago


    • Eric Brown
      Eric Brown 7 months ago

      Bone apple teeth

    • imaginelosing101
      imaginelosing101 7 months ago

      He also has a frozen egg

  • iTerminator
    iTerminator 2 months ago +1

    As for the engine cooked egg...
    You can use an egg to temporarily remedy a leaking radiator, assuming it isn't a gaping hole. Just dump it in there, and let it rip.
    Coarsely ground black pepper is also useful, but only if you are stranded, and cannot get spares. And only on pin sized holes.

  • Jammy Git
    Jammy Git 3 months ago +9

    My favourite eggs have got to be poached. When I was a kid here in England, poached eggs on buttered toast was basically a meal in itself. All you need to add is a pinch of salt & pepper....occasionally I'll have a drizzle of Worcester sauce 😛

  • Military Simulation Club
    Military Simulation Club 3 months ago +5

    My dude really said he's going to cook 52 eggs and 10 of them were fried eggs but cooked *slightly* differently

  • littlegenius13
    littlegenius13 4 months ago +11

    I have the complete set of the women's day encyclopedia of cookery--we tried the shirred eggs, but stuck them in the instant pot with a bit of water on the bottom. The book called for bits of ham on the bottom of the ramekin and a bit of parmesan on top and oh my stars was it amazing with sourdough toast! I'm not a runny yolk at all person; i like fried eggs in bacon grease with a jellied center. But shirred eggs are delightful.

    • Carol Church
      Carol Church 3 months ago

      do tell what ure talking about?I just know of the eggbited with ham or the whole kesh?is that what ure talking about?

  • RadenWA
    RadenWA 3 years ago +1638

    If you want to "deep fry" an egg, first freeze it, then roll it in some flour coating _then_ deep fry it.
    Food Wars taught me that.

  • Tim White
    Tim White 3 months ago +4

    I love how some of these are great ideas like cracking an egg into the rice cooker to have with your rice; and other ones are just:" you can technically cook an egg with a bLOwTorCh"

  • EntityGaming
    EntityGaming 22 days ago +1

    Thank you for teaching me these new methods! Some of these look really good!

  • Joshua Patrick
    Joshua Patrick 4 months ago +4

    Mixing most cocktails, pairing every cheese, shelling every shellfish and now 59 ways to cook eggs. Man this channel was made for my stress addiction induced insomnia!

  • Ally Frasier
    Ally Frasier 18 days ago

    This was such a FUN and interesting video to watch, thank you 🌞🍳🥚

  • Cocacola Garlic
    Cocacola Garlic 2 years ago +2367

    parents: “dont eat raw cookie dough! youll get salmonella!” amil: *drinks 3 raw eggs*

    • Diane W
      Diane W Month ago +2

      It's the flour that makes raw cookie dough unsafe to eat.

    • Roby_Toby
      Roby_Toby 3 months ago

      how tho

    • KPo
      KPo 4 months ago +1

      @Daniel Herrera heating it just enough to kill the bacteria but not cook it.

    • fluffy
      fluffy 2 years ago +5

      really the uncooked flour is more of a risk than the raw egg

      POWERGLOVE KilleDX 2 years ago +1

      @Daniel Herrera have you never heard of Louis Pasteur

  • Slayton Aughey
    Slayton Aughey 15 days ago +2

    I swear every time I watch this video they added a new method of cooking an egg. there's always at least one that I don't remember seeing before.

    • Fiona Gibson
      Fiona Gibson 9 days ago

      Yeah I think I’m prepared and then it’s like “use a blowtorch” and I’m just wondering if I somehow missed that the last time.

  • limjl10
    limjl10 3 months ago +1

    You should try out deep fried egg floss - it is super good topped on light soup! Sounds odd but it works 😂

  • Charles Kings-Road
    Charles Kings-Road Month ago +3

    Love that you covered all these ways, though I think you missed a trick with some of the ways you used. The microwave scrambled eggs, after microwaving you need to wisk them after cooking, this gives the scrambled egg texture and great flavour. The other was that weird gadget you got on Amazon that came out like a sausage, its a bit like a coddled egg, just add some Worcester sauce pepper etc and that should improve the taste but not the look. As for the one cooked on the engine, that needs to have the shiny side of the silver foil inward, placed next to the manifold, and then its a long drive to achieve results as idling the car wont do it :)

  • Franzo Loranzo
    Franzo Loranzo 2 months ago +1

    I definitely prefer non-beat scrambled eggs over beat ones, they‘re much nicer to look at and are just more appetizing imo.

  • yuefei tsai
    yuefei tsai 2 years ago +1702

    “you can’t eat a boiled egg without peeling it first” you can if you’re not a coward

    • Walker
      Walker 10 months ago

      Brock Lesnar.

    • ⭐️Tehalani⭐️
      ⭐️Tehalani⭐️ 11 months ago +1

      I agree.

    • movku
      movku 11 months ago

      @Linked Mayher not to be rude but 1st dont kill urself and 2nd aRe U a 8 yEaR oLd

    • LuciferThePro
      LuciferThePro 11 months ago

      @Adam Glankler most likely, but under the offset chance he's actually not okay. I wish him the best in life

  • Kristen :3
    Kristen :3 2 months ago +35

    sunny side up
    over easy/medium/hard
    mcmuffin egg
    scrambled eggs
    boiled eggs
    poached egg
    egg cooked in tomato sauce
    grilled egg
    waffle iron egg
    french omelette
    souffled omelette
    cloud egg
    custard egg
    cuddled egg
    shirred egg
    fried egg
    dehydrated egg
    baked egg
    egg lolipop
    campfire egg

  • Kevin K Perso
    Kevin K Perso 3 months ago +1

    Great pace! Very well done. I wish the cooking temperatures were indicated in clearer way. Still awesome.

  • taleandclaw rock
    taleandclaw rock 2 months ago +1

    The beet pickled egg looks gorgeous, as does tea egg. Must try.

  • EmperorDubas
    EmperorDubas 4 months ago +3

    In BSA we'd make "boil bag eggs" crack some eggs into a plastic bag you can seal, squish the bag in your hands if you want to mix up the eggs, and put in in some boiling water, pull it out whenever you want the consistency. Not the best, but when camping, bring some seasoning and season it (before or after cooking) clean up is nice and easy.

  • Trina Chel
    Trina Chel 2 years ago +1438

    Tamagoyaki: Japanese rolled omelette. Similar to the french omelette, but slightly different in the rolling method.

    • Trina Chel
      Trina Chel Year ago +1

      @SnakeladyGreta lol nice 🍳

    • SnakeladyGreta
      SnakeladyGreta Year ago

      You beat me to it! (Egg pun not intended). I was also waiting for Tamagoyaki.

    • acidxrainstom
      acidxrainstom Year ago +1

      I came to the comments to say that they didn't make this but you kinda beat me to it

    • The Official Spot Spot Spotlight
      The Official Spot Spot Spotlight Year ago +1

      Also, sometimes, tamagoyaki is sweetened

    • shibihyun
      shibihyun Year ago +1

      Random Asian no it is, i've eaten egg sushi before, very good

  • «tutacat»
    «tutacat» 3 months ago +2

    Eggs are a semi-permeable membrane, so some of the steam of the dishwasher probably went into the egg, while more heat concentrated in the center

  • AFlockOfToasters
    AFlockOfToasters 4 months ago +1

    I'm reminding you here of jamie oliver's french style scrambled eggs: eggs + a little butter, pepper and salt in a bowl, put the bowl over boiling water while constantly whisking the mixture. This creates an extremely fine and creamy scrambled egg, while taking a little longer cooking time.

  • Gašper Sodja
    Gašper Sodja 4 months ago +3

    My favorites:
    -Olive oil fried (basted) 2:50
    -french omlete 13:11

    • Crunked
      Crunked 3 months ago +1

      It's taken me 4 months to master the french omelette. It's worth it tho.

  • Anom_mayo
    Anom_mayo Month ago

    20:50 For the rollie cook egg, i think u can beat some eggs before you put it inside the rollie thing and add skewer at the center like the frozen egg

  • TheAlphaMan971
    TheAlphaMan971 9 months ago +555

    1st half of video: *ways to feel like Gordon Ramsay when cooking eggs*
    2nd half of video: "what will happen if I shove this uncooked egg into a car exhaust for a day"

  • Suja Paul
    Suja Paul 4 months ago +2

    Nothing can beat a simple boiled egg.

  • PMK745
    PMK745 3 months ago +1

    The egg cooked in broth is actually quite a common side dish/soup served with japanese/Korean food and it's delicious. It has less egg tho.

  • Makayla Tablet
    Makayla Tablet 2 months ago

    You must've needed like, 5 dozen eggs for this video! Wow, I'm definitely going to watch this video through. It seem very, interesting, you could say.

  • Cher Hutchings
    Cher Hutchings 3 months ago

    You're so cool. This was amazing. 🤤❤️👌

  • Emily Woodie
    Emily Woodie 2 years ago +23759

    Day three of quarantine: just watched a 27 minute video about ways to cook eggs

    • Marcus True
      Marcus True 2 months ago

      It’s funny how people call it a quarantine when nobody’s holding you hostage so to speak

    • chryztina wonderland
      chryztina wonderland 3 months ago

      Day 500 or 1,000,000,who knows!!!? Lol,and I'm watching a 27 minute video about ways to cook eggs for the 3rd time.

    • Juice Bx
      Juice Bx 3 months ago

      Day yes

    • Willi Wonka
      Willi Wonka 8 months ago

      It's been over a year, just watched a 27 minute video about ways to cook eggs

    • Emma Davis
      Emma Davis 9 months ago

      Well um how are you because if this was the beginning.....are you ok?

  • Roger Forsberg
    Roger Forsberg 4 months ago

    Great stuff, Mr S -- esp for those of us who are widowers, not particularly good cooks, and who eat eggs much more frequently than "normal" people. Grazie, grazie!

  • vvei
    vvei 4 months ago

    2:00, 10:20, 13:40,
    14:14 souffled
    15:20 chinese steamed
    15:54 dipping soilders
    18:17 fritada

  • Yemmie Capricornus
    Yemmie Capricornus 3 months ago +1

    I've got one! Tamago Gohan - You can pour an egg over freshly steamed rice, and whisk it all together with chopsticks. The hot rice will cook the egg as you're whisking it in. very tasty with soy sauce and spring onions!

  • Norman Nutbar
    Norman Nutbar 4 months ago

    I appreciate the enormous effort that you went to, to make this video.

  • Cucumber Joe
    Cucumber Joe 2 years ago +715

    this guy: *drinks 3 raw eggs with an assortment of condiments and alchohol*
    also this guy: *wont eat microwaved eggs*

    • Cucumber Joe
      Cucumber Joe 5 months ago

      @M.A .W oh no! my self esteem!

    • Raeanne Bedard
      Raeanne Bedard 2 years ago +1

      Microwave poached eggs are great if you Season it

    • Blopys
      Blopys 2 years ago

      Copied comment

    • M.A .W
      M.A .W 2 years ago +6


    • Spai
      Spai 2 years ago +12

      Microwaved scrambled eggs are delicious if you add salt and pepper

  • Ashutosh Bhabad
    Ashutosh Bhabad 4 months ago +1

    Man I like the way you added the list in discription 👍👌
    Thanks a lot 🙌🙏

  • Sunset Skye
    Sunset Skye 3 months ago

    Hot and fast scrambled eggs are the way I do them, I love it

  • Sarah Strong
    Sarah Strong 3 months ago

    Thankyou. This is a really interesting video. Might try the Chinese egg custard one. Otherwise simplest seems best. I thought the French Omelette looked nice.

  • battousai555
    battousai555 4 months ago

    Someone took the time to make an icon for each cooking method. Now that is dedication.

  • GrizzlePizzle
    GrizzlePizzle 2 years ago +4612

    Respect for this guy eating 60+ eggs in like 2 days

  • Cesar Espinoza Bazalar

    I've never seen someone so passionate about how they boil their eggs.

  • Olivia
    Olivia 3 days ago +1

    for me the egg cooker is the best appliance that i own. i use it all the time. it makes the perfect hard boiled egg.

  • Kim McEvilly
    Kim McEvilly 3 months ago +1

    That was DELIGHTFUL!! Thanks heaps!

  • Lukas Keune
    Lukas Keune 3 months ago

    watching this despite the fact i can't eat eggs and getting really hungry. i want a soft boiled egg and toast so bad!!

  • SharkiiRee
    SharkiiRee Year ago +9537

    *Literally drinks raw egg* “Not bad”
    *Eats Cooked egg* “I am dying”

    • The Phantom Coder
      The Phantom Coder 3 months ago

      @Starly Marly Bet, lemme start eating cookie dough now. Baking takes too long

    • S S
      S S 4 months ago

      @oswaldo oswaldo depends on immune system and how much you eat of them. I know of a case of an elderly lady with bone infection thanks to salmonella because she didn’t cook her he’s properly and ate a ton of them. But she was elderly with a compromised immune system likely

    • Soul is Here
      Soul is Here 4 months ago

      Amber moons are the best hangover cure.

    • Meme Cat
      Meme Cat 4 months ago

      @oswaldo oswaldo i mean it can but its pretty uncommon due to newer sterilization methods.

    • Iii Ioo
      Iii Ioo 8 months ago

      Salmonella:hold my death sensation

  • John Stuart
    John Stuart 12 days ago

    When I worked in a restaurant, we steamed our eggs. When you have to prepare literally HUNDREDS of eggs at once, it’s just the best method.

  • Drew Nielsen
    Drew Nielsen 3 days ago

    There's also a traditional method of cooking eggs in a natural hotspring. I believe it originated in Japan.

  • StellaTheFoxGirl
    StellaTheFoxGirl 4 months ago

    I still don’t understand how he does them so perfectly

  • WynautPHD
    WynautPHD 2 months ago

    My boy scouts troop was fond of what I like to call the "Eggloaf". It is a monstrosity of a dozen or more eggs emptied into a lined cast iron dish, then baked. As simple as that. It was often eaten with hot sauce, even by those who don't typically like hot sauce, because the hot sauce added two things the egg loaf sorely needed: flavor and moisture. I've even seen the truly desperate dunk some of the more rubber chunks (the almost unchewable edge pieces) into maple syrup.

  • {LebahсукА}
    {LebahсукА} Year ago +1411

    " You can't eat a boiled egg without peeling it first "
    *not with that attitude*

  • 0DDB4LL
    0DDB4LL 3 months ago

    when i was younger, i was allergic to egg yolk that wasn’t fully cooked, so while my siblings already are enjoying their eggs and bacon, i’m just waiting there for mine to be fully done 🥲

  • SwissWildPics SWP
    SwissWildPics SWP 4 months ago +1

    I'm so glad you made the french omelet the right way.

    DDDDDDDDDDD Month ago +1

    Another way you could could cook an egg is in a high power blender, the friction will heat it up to your desired temperature.

  • St. Ave
    St. Ave 2 months ago

    In our country, there is a deep fried seasoned scrambled egg rolled in small wood stick called 'telor gulung'. It's usually found sold near elementary school around here. And its my favorit snack when i was child. It's really fun way to cook an egg.

  • Idk The name of this tree
    Idk The name of this tree 11 months ago +3072

    There are 2 types of egg chefs:
    1.this guy

  • Sanie_Moon
    Sanie_Moon 23 days ago

    as a person who's been told in multiple occasions to learn how to cook something I wonder what they would think if they found out I just learned how to cook an egg 59 different ways--

  • Ola Tomala
    Ola Tomala 4 months ago

    I like adding eggs to boiling milk, it's some kind of milk soup and have a bit weird consistency but i like the taste

  • Allison Tran
    Allison Tran 3 months ago +1

    Egg cooked in broth is actually called egg drop soup. It’s good.

  • em
    em 4 months ago

    you can make a frittata also in a pan and without milk. I’m Italian and very few do them in the oven the way you did them.

  • JoseDG
    JoseDG 3 years ago +476

    After he tries each egg, he moves his hands as if he is talking to us even though it’s clearly a voice over😂😂

    • Schmoozing Kaboodle
      Schmoozing Kaboodle 3 years ago

      It's really strange with the (over the top) arm & hand movements that are not quite in time, He doesn't think we haven't noticed does he ?? Wow.....nice try 😒😒😧

    • steve Horspool
      steve Horspool 3 years ago +1

      Yeah, it made the video hard to watch.

    • Noelic
      Noelic 3 years ago +1

      Maybe he has a mic near his mouth...but even I don't think that's it. But it's still a possibility.

    • hironyx
      hironyx 3 years ago +12

      he could be actually recording the voiceover as they film but have the audio and video edited separately, then added together

    • Erin Matilda
      Erin Matilda 3 years ago +19

      JoseDG maybe he talks to remember what to add to the voiceover script

  • Sourav Sikdar
    Sourav Sikdar 28 days ago

    I have egg allergy. Can't eat the only thing I love the most. But this video gave me a different level of satisfaction. So thanks man.

  • dar4431
    dar4431 3 months ago

    The deep fried egg. I did that years ago but I cracked an egg into a big spoon with the holes in it and submerged it just below the surface of the oil and held it for 20 to 30 seconds and it was the perfect most delicious egg I've ever had. Basically a poached egg with crispy edges. Wait, what? Yeah, exactly. Now if I could find a spoon with three spoons on it so I could do three eggs at a time I would do it this way all the time. Have a great day and get cracking.

  • SamBoy 777
    SamBoy 777 2 months ago

    I like undercooked eggs for their 'egginess' and i like fully cooked eggs for the other flavors you can add easier

  • Coz F
    Coz F 12 days ago

    Excellent video, another 10 methods would have really done it.

  • Cryptid Mashups
    Cryptid Mashups 2 years ago +6764

    Waiter: And how would you like your eggs cooked?
    Me: sauna
    Waiter: excuse me?
    Me: *y o u h e a r d m e*

  • Aaron Chea
    Aaron Chea 7 days ago

    12:17 i actually have a waffle iron looking thing that is specifically made to make eggs. its pretty cool lol

  • blur_draws_art
    blur_draws_art 4 months ago

    If you make scrambled eggs in a coffee mug with some spinach stirred in and even some crab, it’s really good.

  • skybluepink
    skybluepink 3 months ago

    Korean Sauna Eggs are unique and can be done in a instant pot. (nothing like the sauna bit he did)-- cooked for a long time and the white turns brown and has a toasted nutty flavor. I believe their origin is they were left in hot spring pools to cook, Now they are eaten often in Korean Sauna bath houses.

  • Dino nuggies
    Dino nuggies 7 days ago

    Did I just spend 27 minutes watching a man cook 59 eggs? Yes. Yes I did.

  • Apollo Tiresias
    Apollo Tiresias 9 months ago +406

    So you forgot the orange skin egg. A scouting recipe we used to do. Hollowing out half an orange (and if course eating it for the sugars and nutrients) then cooking an egg in the skin over the coals with a bit of salt and pepper. It's delicious and you have full control over how well cooked you want it with a little experience. I haven't made them in years and this video brought back that memory.

    • iAmL
      iAmL 2 months ago

      @S W i mean technically yeah 🤣

    • S W
      S W 2 months ago

      @iAmL on the shell.

    • iAmL
      iAmL 2 months ago

      @S W obviously, where would you think the salt is gonna go?

    • WynautPHD
      WynautPHD 2 months ago

      @Orange Is My Favorite Color I'm a scout and I've seen this recipe before. Used to be an Order of the Arrow thing, almost a rite of passage. You eat the orange and then cook the egg inside of the peel

    • Roby_Toby
      Roby_Toby 3 months ago

      @Sheryl Cascadden cap

  • Tony Sutherlin
    Tony Sutherlin 4 months ago

    Oven cooking eggs is normally for specialty eggs, like Ham Egg Cups, or it's for mass cooking eggs for a group or family.

  • Shinta Permata Putri
    Shinta Permata Putri 4 months ago

    Kinda crazy, but there are still several other way you could prepare egg:
    One way is to repare egg yolk ( raw) with tea, sugar, condensed milk, and lime extract.

  • KB Taylor
    KB Taylor 3 months ago

    I’m allergic to eggs, but this video is one of my favourites on the internet...

  • Kiyan Harchegani
    Kiyan Harchegani 3 months ago

    growing up my dad did the tomato sauce but would add canned chipotles with some of the adobo and a lil broth. very nostalgic

  • Beegees Romero
    Beegees Romero 2 years ago +3046

    Him: Eating/drinking raw egg
    Salmonella: you're lucky i'm rare.

  • Toes
    Toes 3 months ago

    2:51 basted fry
    21:39 low & slow- velvety scrambled

  • Marcus Hendriksen
    Marcus Hendriksen 3 months ago

    I can't believe I just watched half an hour of eggs cooking. I learned a lot though, so I don't mind

  • Debbie Lee
    Debbie Lee 3 months ago

    Incredibly fun video!!!👏🏻

  • Zachary MacLeod
    Zachary MacLeod 23 days ago +1

    One way I used to make eggs, back when I was in a college dorm. First, I would take several slices of bacon, cut them up with scissors, and fry them in a pan - this creates a lot of bacon grease. Then, without removing the bacon, I would add a few pre-scrambled eggs, and mix the whole dang thing together. The bacon grease really makes the scrambled egg a bit runny and crumbly and it *looks* disgusting. but dang it was a pretty tasty way of having bacon & eggs. Quick, too. Definitely unhealthy. Only when I was feeling cowardly would I remove *some* of the bacon grease before adding the egg.