I have a love hate relationship with fried eggs.
Why I hate them:
It’s so easy to bruise the whites, bringing out their sulfur, and making them taste slightly rotten and “eggy” for lack of a better term. This is why the heat must be as low as possible. Gently, gently.
Here’s what I love about fried eggs:
If you’re uncomfortable with the idea of eating eggs that might not be completely cooked, pasteurized eggs are available. They taste slightly different from what I hear, and they may not be available in cage-free/free-range. I don’t know. I’m not uncomfortable with undercooked eggs.
Serving – 1 fruit
Total for recipe – $0.42 per serving*
Calories: 46 Fat: .4 Protein: 1
Cut off one end.
Lay on board on flat end.
Use paring knife to remove skin.
*This price is based on what I just paid for one. I bought it because it was on sale, and I love kiwi. They are not cheap out of season and not particularly tasty. What’s on sale is generally what’s in season (not always, but a good rule of thumb.)
Servings – 1 cup
Total for recipe – $0.42 per serving Calories: 55 Fat: 3 Protein: 0
Totals for breakfast
Total for breakfast – $1.51
Fat: 15.8 (40%)
Protein: 10.25 (12%)