What happens if you Deep Fry an Egg

Do you love to eat fried eggs every day for breakfast? Even if fried eggs might be your favorite, you may find deep-fried eggs tempting once you try them. A caramelized kind of taste with a runny and tasty center comes from deep-frying the egg. The egg also looks fantastic, kind of like a crunchy fried poached egg that immediately woos you into trying to take a taste.

Step by Step Guide to Soft Boil Eggs

I am sure you would have heard about soft-boiled eggs. They are cooked well enough for the white to settle but have a nice, runny yolk. Why soft-boiling? You would like to start with eggs that are soft-boiled to make deep-fried ones. They will continue to cook as you fry them.

I will list a few ways of boiling soft eggs. If you like to use your instant pot, go ahead. This is my preferred way of cooking an egg. I feel like everything appears to work and the eggs are simpler to peel. As an alternative, take a container of water to a boil. When you put the egg in the water, you may require sufficient water to absolutely cover it. When boiling, turn the heat down and cook the eggs for 3-4 minutes, then cook.

Choose either the instant pot or the stove method, whatever works for you best. Next, move to a bowl with water and ice, after cooking, to make them cool. It takes about ten to fifteen minutes. To peel, I notice one side of the egg often quicker to peel, so I tap the egg softly and begin with it first. And utilize a spoon to release the shell from white for the more complicated portion of the shell to be separated.

Step by Step Guide to Bread Eggs

I recommend using a double breaded style to deep fry eggs. Just bread and fry the eggs when they are peeled and cool down.


  1. In a pot, heat oil.
  2. Bread the eggs as the oil is heating.
  3. In three different containers, put flour, beaten egg, and breadcrumbs.
  4. Chop and add pre-cooked bacon to the breadcrumbs.
  5. Dredge the eggs in the beaten egg, followed by the flour.
  6. Coat them in the bacon breadcrumbs.
  7. Repeat the process so the eggs are double-breaded.

How to Deep Fry an Egg

In the previous sections, I had explained how to bread and soft boil eggs in detail. Now, for your convenience, I will list the procedure together here as well.


  1. Four eggs
  2. Four tbsp flour
  3. Four strips of pre-cooked bacon
  4. Canola oil for frying
  5. One beaten egg
  6. One cup of Italian breadcrumbs


  1. Boil eggs in a pan of water till they enter the soft boiled stage
  2. Transfer eggs and put in a pot of ice water.
  3. Allow the eggs to totally cool (about 10 or 15 minutes)
  4. After cooled, peel the eggs by lightly tapping them.
  5. Next, heat two cups of vegetable oil in a saucepan.
  6. Take the bread crumbs, flour, and the beaten egg, in three different bowls while the oil heats.
  7. Cut the bacon (pre-cooked) into tiny pieces and combine them into the bowl with bread crumbs.
  8. Dredge the eggs in the beaten egg, followed by the flour.
  9. Coat them in the bacon breadcrumbs.
  10. Repeat the process so the eggs are double-breaded.
  11. Put one egg at a time in the hot oil.
  12. Turn the egg after approximately ten to twenty seconds to brown on all sides.
  13. Remove the egg and place it on a paper towel
  14. Repeat the same steps with the remainder of the eggs.
  15. Enjoy the deep-fried eggs while it is warm.

In conclusion, deep-frying of an egg needs nothing but egg, pot, and oil. You never turn the egg, but when you fold the whites over the yolk, somewhere the yolk is covered. Finally, you can completely appreciate how simple it is to fry an egg thoroughly. I hope you enjoyed reading this article. Let me know your thoughts and questions in the comments section below!