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Level
very easy
Prep Time
2 min
Cooking Time
4 min
Total Time
6 min
Serves
2

Ingredients

1 tbsp
butter or olive oil
15 mL
4
eggs
salt and pepper to taste

Directions

Step 1
Add butter or oil to a large non-stick or cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat; swirl around until butter melts and begins to bubble.
Step 2
Crack one egg into a dish, then gently slide egg into pan (try not to break the yolk); repeat with remaining eggs. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Step 3
Fry until edges of egg whites begin to turn golden and lacy, about 3 minutes.
Step 4
Sunny-side-up eggs are usually served with a bit of uncooked white clinging to the yolk; to cook it a bit on top, tip the pan so the butter pools, dip a spoon in and baste the yolks with hot butter until the clear white turns slightly opaque.
Step 5
Using a flat spatula, lift out eggs and transfer to plate; serve with buttered toast.

Tip

Serve sunny-side-up eggs over a lightly dressed salad of field greens and chopped bacon.

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Nutritional Facts

Per:
Calories:
200
Fat:
16
Saturated Fat:
7
Monounsaturated Fats:
Trans:
Trans:
Carbs:
1
Fibre:
0
Sugar:
0
Sugar Alcohols:
Cholesterol:
385 mg
Protein:
12
Iron:
Sodium:
460 mg
Potassium:
0
Calcium:
Omega 3:
Omega 6:
Vitamin A:
Vitamin C: