In this how to video Chef Paul explains how to separate egg yolks and whites. Watch and learn how simple it is to do by using the egg shell itself. Crack the egg shell in half and roll the egg between them to allow the white to drip on a plate.
Separate Eggs with Egg Shells
Egg yolk mixed with your egg white? Bits of shell in your egg yolk? Here's an efficient and nearly foolproof way to separate whole eggs. With an added bonus...you get to play with your food! Watch this how to video to learn a great way to separate eggs.
How To : The Easiest, Most Practical Way to Separate Egg Yolks from Egg Whites Without Getting Messy
Separating an egg yolk from the white is one of the most universally hated kitchen tasks out there. Most cooks prefer using their hands or the egg's own shell to separate them. For those who don't like getting messy, there are countless devices designed solely for this purpose ...more
You can buy special utensils to do just about anything these days, and separating eggs is no exception. If you don't have (or want to buy) a fancy tool to do it, the classic method is simple—just crack the egg and transfer the yolk back and forth between the two halves. But ev ...more
Check out this video cooking tip from The Chef's Toolbox in Australia. Watch this tutorial to learn how to separate egg whites and yolks like a chef. Separating eggs for recipes is easy with a little know-how, see how to do it right here. Points to remember for separating egg ...more
Video: . It can some time be a pain to separate egg whites from the yolk. I did some searching online and came to find some great ways to separate them. Step 1: Using a Plastic Bottle Crack the egg and have a clean bottle, simply squeeze the bottle to release some air then w ...more
Cracking an egg is a simple task once you have the technique down, so check out this video. Keep the shells out of your food! No need to walk on eggshells if you're looking to make scrambled eggs or your favorite homemade cookies – take a crack at this simple task. Step 1: H ...more
All day I dream of eggs: scrambled, poached, over easy, hard-boiled, fried, baked, raw... Okay, the last one is a joke (unless you're Gaston, which means that you eat five dozen of them and you're roughly the size of a barge). But eggs are freaking good in just about any cooki ...more
You may have caught our prior list of excellent egg hacks. Well, we've rounded up 10 more awesome tips and tricks to perfect your egg game. Check 'em out below. 1. Make a Flawless Sunny Side Up Egg If you struggle with either an undercooked or overly-browned sunny side up eg ...more
Hard-boiled eggs are such an amazing snack, but there's nothing quite so frustrating as trying to get all the shell off without damaging the egg underneath. I've ended up with many a sadly pitted and pockmarked egg that somehow doesn't taste quite as good as when it emerges al ...more
Eggs bring life to almost any dish. Toast with avocado? Put an egg on it. The same old salad you eat for lunch everyday? Put an egg on it. Stir fry leftovers? Put an egg on it. Don't Miss: How to Make Heavenly 'Eggs in Clouds' Better yet, put a crispy battered poached egg o ...more
Easter may have come and gone, but my love of hard-boiled eggs sure hasn't. Yet as much as I love hard-boiled eggs, I hate making them; I have to work in small batches to have consistent results, and they're always a little overdone, crumbly, and sometimes even green. Enter t ...more
House Café offers traditional American food with a heavy Mexican influence. The restaurant is located near Crescent Heights and Beverly Blvd, sandwiched between The Grove and The Beverly Hills Mall. We’ve (wife and I) visited this restaurant several times, here are our impress ...more
Why, for the love of God, do people keep inventing ridiculous devices that make the simplest things more complicated in the name of convenience? This may be a rhetorical question that will forever go unanswered—because these crazy gadgets just keep rolling out, one after the o ...more
The first time I encountered a deviled egg, the name freaked me out. Why was it called a deviled egg? Was it the spawn of some demonic chicken? If I ate it, would my soul be at risk? I was about eight years old at the time and sought counsel from my grandma. She patted my han ...more
Hard-boiled (also known as hard-cooked) eggs are notoriously easy to mess up. We've all ended up with tough, rubbery egg whites and overcooked yolks that have that unappetizing gray-green ring around the edge. An ideal hard-cooked egg has a firm yet tender white, while the yol ...more
Macarons are a sweet meringue-based confection made primarily from almond flour, sugar, and egg whites. They are usually filled with buttercream, curd, or ganache. A true fat cow cook will tell you that macaron is pronounced (mah-k-uh-rohn). While it's technically not incorrec ...more
Some recipes only want egg whites, while other recipes call only for yolks. But how to separate them? You can do it easily enough just in the eggshells themselves! Watch as experienced baker Peter Davis shows you two techniques for easily separating eggs. Separate the egg whit ...more
Peeling never got anybody anywhere when it comes to hard-boiled eggs. The little chunks of shells always stick to the white surface of the egg, and they're really hard to get off without rinsing in water. But, there's a ninja trick that mixed martial artist Miguel Torres has f ...more
Surprise your sweetheart this Valentines Day or any night, with a delicious Indian version of tiramisu. Tiramisu is traditionally an Italian dessert, and this is a similar recipe with an Indian twist. Why not give it a try? No one can resist the creamy deliciousness of fresh T ...more
This video is about how to deep fry kimchi. The first step that you will have to do is to pour 1/2 cup bread crumbs in a bowl. Then just simply add 1/4 cup flour. After adding the flour, the next step is to add 1/4 cup corn meal. Then after adding corn meal, just add 2 teaspoo ...more
In this video, we learn how to make fried green tomatoes. First, grab several green tomatoes and cut them into 1/2 inch slices. Put the slices onto a rack, let them sit for 15 minutes. Now, in a bowl mix your breading mix. Add 1/2 cornmeal and 1/2 breadcrumbs and add black pep ...more
You may have to break a few eggs to make an omelet, but if you want to make a soufflé—or an angel food cake, or a custard—you’ll need to separate them too. Learn how to separate a raw egg yolk from the white by watching this video cooking tutorial.
Quite a lot of recipes call for egg whites or egg yolks and in this tutorial, learn how to separate your eggs without breaking the yolks or mixing them together. Jenny Jones shows you how to use your bare hands to keep those yolks away from your much healthier whites and enjoy ...more
Separating egg whites from yolks can be tricky at first, but a little practice will have you cracking eggs like a pro. Learn how to separate eggs with these simple tips.
How to make deviled eggs while avoiding common mistakes There are a number of errors that people make when making deviled eggs. First putting the eggs directly into boiling water will cause the egg shells to break. Also not setting a timer while boiling the eggs can lead to o ...more
To make salmon patties, heat up regular oil in a skillet, just enough to coat the bottom. Turn the stove flame to medium high. Open two cans of salmon. Remove the juice, bones and skin. Flake up the salmon. Add one cup of instant mashed potatoes to the bowl. Dice one medium on ...more
Enjoy the taste of a summertime potato salad? Then you can't pass up this masterpiece of Southern glory. This video recipe will show you the perfect way to make a delicious, soul food potato salad. This potato salad is creamy with the perfect balance of ingredients and seasoni ...more
Prepare the eggs by rinsing off the shell under running water to remove any loose dirt or germs. Crack the eggs into a plastic or glass bowl, drain the shells, and put the empties into the trash bin. Rinse your hands after handling the shells and raw egg yolk. Season the eggs ...more
Roulade is a pork loin that is rolled around or stuffed with a fruity nutty mixture. This dish is not difficult to make but will seem like it is. The mixture is rolled and tied off in the meat and then a simple and sweet basting sauce can be cooked up in minutes to make this d ...more
Looking for a fancy dessert for tonight? Then try this recipe, it is a specialty from the Cognac region in southwest France. This Souffle a la Cognac is sure to be a hit. Cognac Soufflé 3 eggs 3 tbsp sugar 3 tbsp flour 1 cup milk Pinch of coarse sea salt 1 small glass cognac ...more
You can make eggs in a variety of ways and this tutorial demonstrates how to make poached eggs. The first trick in this video is to poke a tiny hole through the shell of the egg before boiling them. This will make removing the shells much, much easier. Put the eggs in a stra ...more
Learn how to properly add oil or butter to an egg or cream base to create a mixture that won't separate. This cooking technique is called emulsifying.
In this video, Nancy teaches us how to make scrambled egg quesadillas. First, turn on your quesadilla maker and wait for it to heat up completely. Then, take a couple of eggs and stir them up in a small bowl. After this, pour the eggs in the quesadilla maker and add in any fil ...more
Deviled eggs are the classic American picnic dish, and Chef Hubert Keller has just the perfect recipe. Try it out! Ingredients 7 hard cooked eggs, completely cooled 3 tablespoons low-fat mayonnaise 1 tablespoon Dijon-style mustard 1/8 teaspoon Kosher salt 3-5 drops Tabasco® ...more
In this movie Edna shows us how to make gum paste. The recipe is very easy to follow and Edna begins with the materials. Sift the sugar through a regular sifter first. Then you have to carefully separate your eggs so that you can utilize the whites for this. The whites get whi ...more
We all love muffins and this is a recipe for really spongy, fluffy and moist raspberry muffins that will make the perfect addition at the breakfast table. This video will make baking delicious muffins easy for anyone and any occasion. Step 1 Preheat oven to 375 degrees In a ...more
Turn your home or patio into an incandescent flower garden with plain holiday lights and egg cartons. You Will Need * Scissors * Three to four cardboard egg cartons * A string of holiday lights * Watercolor paint (optional) * A pin (optional) Step 1 Cut out and discard the ro ...more
Add a perfect theme dessert to your next Hawaiian luau with this decadent coconut cream pie. After a long week at work there’s nothing better than a little back yard barbecue fun with friends topped off with the perfect treat. If your family is constantly clowning around duri ...more
Hate the time consuming task of peeling hard-boiled eggs? Well never again will you have to suffer through this process again. After rinsing, just return the egg to the pot, shake and that shell will practically fall off. Is peeling an egg a 20-minute task? After boiling, rin ...more
There are a million (okay, slight exaggeration) ways to peel an egg, and countless numbers of tips, tricks, and hacks that are supposed to make that deviled egg appetizer you agreed to make for the party an absolute snap. More often than not, though, experiences vary... and po ...more
I've cracked thousands of eggs in my life, yet I still usually mess up when I make my morning eggs. Sometimes I crack the egg to hard and end up leaving half of the white on the counter. Other times I don't crack the egg hard enough, and end up spending 20 seconds digging with ...more
In an age where restaurants can charge $20 for eggs Benedict at brunchtime (if you're lucky enough to even get a reservation on a Sunday), many people long for a way to create this classic dish at home. But once you've taken pains to perfectly poach an egg and gently crisp you ...more
You can put spices in a scramble or fry an egg in bacon fat, so why poach eggs in just plain water? Water doesn't add any flavor whatsoever, so you're wasting a valuable opportunity to give your poached eggs more oomph—an extra important step if you're not frying your poached ...more
We've all been there before. Preheated the oven, popped in the cake, and then became distracted by this, that, or the other... until we either smelled burning or had the smoke detector pierce our eardrums. Don't Miss: How the Freezer Can Save Your Almost-Burnt Food The casua ...more
French toast is one of those things that everybody kind of knows how to make, but few people know how to do really well. And while the dish originally does hail from France (its original name, pain perdu, means lost or wasted bread), it has become a beloved American breakfast ...more
The other day I was doing the math on roughly how many eggs I eat each year. I estimated about 500. That's a lot of eggs. And, subsequently, that's a lot of eggshells to throw in the trash. I felt weird realizing that I trash about 500 eggshells a year. And it wasn't the envi ...more
Scrambled, sunny side up, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, over easy, and poached: there are only so many ways to cook an egg before you get bored and look for inspiration somewhere else. Don't Miss: 10 Egg Hacks That You Shouldn't Live Without Luckily, Teri Lyn Fisher and Jenny P ...more
Don't Miss: How to Make Perfect Poached Eggs, Every Single Time Any Sunday morning is better with a sunny-side up egg. Unfortunately, while I've mastered my favorite breakfast sausage and waffle-making skills, I have yet to conquer the perfect technique for these runny-yolke ...more
A lot of people rely on the date on the packaging to tell them when food has gone bad, even with eggs, but the "sell by" dates are often rather arbitrary, and do not correlate to expiration dates. If you've been tossing away your eggs based on the dates on your carton—you're w ...more
If you spend weekend mornings sadly turning your omelet attempts into scrambled eggs rather than enjoying a perfectly flipped omelet, reach for a resealable plastic bag. Using a ziplock bag to make an omelet is not only foolproof, it's the perfect solution to cooking for a cro ...more
Knives are among the most important utensils in any kitchen; it's hard to even conceive of cooking a decent meal without them. However, many different foods can be prepped without a knife, and some are actually better off without one. If you don't believe me, then check out th ...more
Turn your kitchen into a science lab with this egg-tastic science experiment, which turns a shelled raw egg into a bouncing translucent ball. It's one of the simplest tricks of all time, and all you need is a raw shelled egg and some vinegar. Video: . Let the egg soak in the v ...more
Do you know how to separate an egg without breaking the yolk? Or how to remove a bit of yolk from egg whites? Learn this cooking and baking basic in this Egg how-to video.
You gotta keep 'em separated -- 3 bowl method just right for separating eggs. Whip it, whip it good -- Eggs whites are almost magic, if you whip 'em right.
Chrischee explains to us why the first take went wrong. Then he goes on to give us detailed instructions on how to prep the hard boiled egg in order to be able to blow the shell off. Make sure to pay close attention as he cracks a hole at the top and bottom of the egg. Kids wi ...more
Get the yolk and white, not the shell. You’re going for a clean break, no shards. Here’s how you crack an egg neatly. Crack an egg without any shell residue. Click through to watch this video on chow.com
Learn how to crack and separate an egg.
Learn how to crack an egg so that you can preserve the shell in simple steps. First take an egg and a butter knife and you have to make a hole at its top. To make the hole gently tap the top of the egg to make a crack. Now insert the knife in the crack and peel its top out. Po ...more
If you're a coke fiend, then you may not want to watch this, because you may become faced with a perilous decision— "Should I stop drinking soda?" This experiment shows what happens to a hard-boiled egg after soaking in Coca-Cola for one year. To do this science project, you' ...more