Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by dodger42, May 18, 2007.
can someone tell me the meaning of this phrase? Thanks.
fried egg sunny-side up
I believe it's two fried eggs sunny-side up together.
No, one egg is enough to be "sunny-side up"
It means that first you cook the white whithout frying it. It needs to look as smooth as a mirror. You then deposit the yolk on the white to cook it too but a little less than the white.
Served on the plate, the yolk is warm and runny and the white is so perfect that you can see yourself in as if in a mirror.
Usually it helps to use a small skillet.
thank you, julien616
Bon appetit !
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