How To Make Fried Egg Hearts

Eggs are a favorite breakfast staple in many countries around the world. There are numerous ways on how to cook eggs: scrambled, boiled, fried, sunny-side up, poached, etc. You can add whatever seasonings and herbs you want. Make it creamy by adding milk, cream, or yogurt. This recipe is a fun and delicious way to present to your loved ones. Simple fried egg recipe made into hearts! These heart eggs will surely bring a smile to that someone special.

This recipe takes about 10 to 15 minutes to make. Serves 2 to 3.


• 5 large eggs
• 2 tbsp of carrots, finely chopped
• 2 tbsp of scallions, finely chopped
• 2 tsp crushed red pepper
• Half a tsp of salt
• Oil


First, chop the carrots into thin strips and then dice finely.
Chop the scallions into thin strips and dice the same way as the carrots.
In a large bowl, crack open five large eggs.
Break the yolks with a form and mix gently with the egg whites.
Season the eggs with salt and crushed red peppers.
Add carrots and scallions.
Mix well.
Set aside a little bit of egg mixture in a small bowl.
In a hot frying pan, coat the pan with a little oil. Spread the oil to cover the entire pan.
Gently pour 1/4 of the egg mixture into the pan.
Use a spatula to gently lift the sides of the egg and flip it from left to right.
Set the rolled egg into the left side of the pan.
Pour another 1/4 of the egg mixture into the pan.
Roll over the first batch to the second batch of the egg mixture.
Continue to do this until the egg mixture is finished.
Leave the egg roll to cool for 5 minutes.
Once cool, cut the egg roll into 1 inch thick.
Slice the egg diagonally, and turn it around to form a heart.
Repeat this for all the egg slices.
Using the extra egg mixture, coat one side of the heart and put it back in the pan. This will seal the heart.
Serve with hot sauce or ketchup.

Ideas And Tips:

• Red pepper flakes are optional, and you can definitely use whatever seasonings you prefer in your eggs. You can substitute with black pepper, garlic powder, or just plain salt.

How To Make Fried Egg Hearts
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