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What Happens When You Deep Fry An Egg? 
 
Sep. 10, 2012 6:21 am 
Updated: Sep. 10, 2012 9:58 am
Today I was Playing Around And Decided To See What Would Happen If I Deep Fried An Egg.

The Egg Was Dropped Into My Deep Fryer With About 6 Inches of Oil, At 400F

See The Pictures Below, A Perfectly Cooked Egg, Slightly Crispy On The Outside, And Whites Cooked, And The Yellow Liquid.

PS: You may want to stand back after you drop the egg because it will splatter oil.


Deep Fried Egg, Cooked In 6 Inches Of Oil, Before The Egg Was Cut Open
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Deep Fried Egg, Cooked In 6 Inches Of Oil, After The Egg Was Cut Open
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Lela 
Sep. 10, 2012 9:58 am
King-you are always experimenting. I never knew you could deep fry an egg.
 
 
 
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